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Isaac Mizrahi black zip cardigan

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by big_eyes, Oct 30, 2011.

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  1. big_eyes

    big_eyes Well-Known Member

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    Very soft basic black zip cardigan from Isaac Mizrahi. It goes well atop a sharp looking button down. It won't compete with your shirt for collar supremacy, but rather will accentuate what's underneath (i.e your shirt & you).

    I've worn it a number of times, but it's still in good shape. I've got four black sweaters of some variety in my closet and need to downsize. Willing to let this go at a great price.

    Measurements: 19.5" Chest, 18.75" Shoulders, 26" Sleeve, 28.75" Collar to bottom

    Apologies for the quality of the photos, my camera is on it's last legs :/
     

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    what's the material?
     


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    big_eyes Well-Known Member

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    Acrylic, alas, but surprisingly soft. Feels like wool.
     


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