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Maison Martin Margiela Chunky Handknit Cardigan, Size L (fits 48-52)

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by ghostface, Nov 24, 2015.

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  1. ghostface

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    100% wool. completely hand-knit, with chunky cabling along both sleeves and running up each side of the chest, wrapping around the back of the neck. the yarn is dark navy, flecked with red and lighter blue-- really nice. heavy enough to be worn as outerwear (see fit pics).

    9/10 condition-- worn maybe five times. no signs of wear other than some light fuzzing.

    i believe this was tagged a size large, but it can fit a variety of sizes, depending on how you'd like to wear it. measurements will be your best guide, but feel free to inquire about the fit.

    measurements:
    pit to pit: ~23"
    shoulder to shoulder: ~19"
    sleeve from shoulder: 26.25"
    back length (from collar base): ~29"

    fine print
    - price includes usps priority shipping with tracking within the us; if you live elsewhere, please ask for a shipping quote.
    - please, no trade offers or requests for fit pics.

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