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Ralph Lauren RRL Knit Shawl Collar Cardigan - Size small/medium

Color
Black, Grey
Universal Size
S, M
A great vintage style shawl collar cardigan made by RRL. It is 100% cotton, though it is heavy and feels more like wool. Color is dark charcoal / light black.

Sizing: This is tagged a size medium, though it was produced for the Japanese market. Japanese sizes tend to run smaller in comparison to the US. Thus, it is somewhat in between S/M in my opinion. The general fit is a roomy small or a snugger medium. See pics for reference. The model is 5'6" 155 lbs. Normally takes a 38S suit jacket.

Condition: This was purchased used from a secondhand clothing dealer from Japan. The overall condition is excellent -- no rips, stains, etc. of any note. The only item of note is some subtle fading around where the collar folds at the neck, and at the sleeve cuffs where they fold. The fading is not particularly conspicuous. The sweater has been dry-cleaned. Has a slight smell from being in storage, which should be remedied by a good airing out.

Please ask any and all questions before purchasing, as I cannot accept returns on this item. IMG_7045.jpg IMG_7046.jpg IMG_7056.jpg IMG_7058.jpg IMG_7062.jpg IMG_7047.jpg
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Type
Physical product
Quantity
1
Price
230.00 USD
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