Mantilla Sweater

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  • By Knitted & Knotted
  • Cotton, viscose, nylon, camel hair
  • Hand wash
  • 23.25"L
  • Imported
  • Style #: 25395492
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Rated 3 out of 5 by front is see-through Two things prevented me from keeping this sweater: 1) The front has an eyelet-type knit pattern where you can see through the little holes. A cami is needed underneath unless you can get away with wearing a dark bra. 2) The material wasn't as soft as I had imagined. It wasn't itchy, just a little stiff and didn't give me a cozy feel. Other than this, it is a cute basic sweater. You can never go wrong with navy! For reference, I'm 5'5", 100 lbs and tried on an XS. September 21, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pretty but itchy This sweater is definitely itchy, if you're the least bit sensitive. It's the camel hair, I'm fairly sure. Overall it's quite pretty -- lightweight, nicely tailored (not sloppy like some sweaters). Do note those are 3/4 length sleeves -- not just long sleeves pushed up. A light beige bra will definitely show through, need to wear a darker bra, or a cami. September 28, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Nothing to get excited about I bought the skirt in the store, but the sweater was very disappointing. It is very sheer (a tank or dark bra is a must) and the slightly gathered sleeves at the shoulders looked funny with the boat neck on me. The photo above is very misleading, in my opinion. October 18, 2012
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