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RRL Shawl Collar Cardigan Jacket, Knit Shipyard Sweater M

Discussion in '2011-2017 Streetwear' started by King Leer, Oct 1, 2012.

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  1. King Leer

    King Leer Senior member

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    Two pieces from RRL.

    RRL Blue LIGHTHOUSE Collection Shawl Collar Sweatshirt Cardigan.

    Great indigo dyed effect, dual front pockets, anchor etched buttons. Retailed for $350
    $170

    Measurements:
    Total Length without shawl (from back of collar area) 27.5 inches
    Total with shawl 30 inches
    Pit to Pit 22.5 inches
    Sleeve length 27 inches

    SHIPYARD Hand Knit Guernsey Nautical Sweater from RRL.
    Great light powder blue sweater, original design from the SHIPYARD collection. Amazing piece - wish I could still wear it.

    Measurements:
    Pit to Pit 22 inches
    Total Length 27 inches
    Arm Length 24 inches

    SOLD

    I've got more things for sale, RRL, EG, Polo, etc... check my other listings. Thanks!
     
    Last edited: Oct 5, 2012
  2. poorman

    poorman Senior member

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    That shawl is nice! What is the weight like?
     
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  3. King Leer

    King Leer Senior member

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    Pretty nice - it's heavy enough to be worn as a jacket but it's not overwhelming.
     
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