Sweater-Back Tee

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  • Cotton, polyester, rayon
  • Hand wash
  • 27.5"L
  • Imported
  • Style #: 25928581
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Rated 5 out of 5 by SOFT & COMFY The knit is thin in front and a little thicker in back, but it's still a thin top. Calling it a "sweater back" to me is wrong because the back material isn't a sweater or knit. I bought the charcoal grey and my back is just a thicker, nubbier polyester fabric. There's a lot of stretch and it's a top that you could be in all day, or traveling in. It runs TTS also. And, fits as shown on the model. I gave it 4 stars for design because the front pocket is a little dorky and does nothing for the top. It would be better without it. But, it's all finished off and good quality. October 11, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Another comfy tee! Another comfy tee from Anthro! The sweater back makes for a unique look. I love the swing tees from Anthro. They hide my little muffin top and they are very comfortable and do not look like maternity tops. I have been throwing a jacket over this in the fall. Plus it was on sale! October 29, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nice tee I ordered this top in the pretty soft pink color. The color and fit is exactly as pictured. I am between S/M 5'7,130,36A and ordered the S due to the swing tee style and it fit great. Wonderful casual tee for lounging, not crazy about the weird little pocket but the "sweater" detailing makes it so unique for a tee I can tolerate it! January 4, 2013
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