Outback Red® Layering Sweater
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The Limited's classic Outback Red® Collection invites wanderlust and adventure. Layer this open stitch sweater over our Seamless Scoop Cami to complete a dimensional, laid back look!
- Textured open stitch knit
- 3/4 sleeves
- Notched hem
- 100% Acrylic
- Machine wash.Dry flat.Cool iron.
Loved this sweater This is a great sweater for spring, fall or winter. Can be layered or worn with a tank. The navy color is so versatile. Great product. April 30, 2014
Cute spring sweater I received several compliments on this sweater the first time I wore it. Paired with jeans this is perfect for casual Friday at the office. I am always happy with OBR clothes, and for the most part this sweater was what I expected. The neckline seemed to slouch backwards, which made me feel that I was pulling on the front often to make it lie properly. Perhaps this was a result of the 3/4 length sleeves pulling at the elbows. April 28, 2014
I love this sweater It's comfortable and goes great with various styles April 18, 2014
too big overall Ordered in my usual size small, was big all over except for the length. Fell right at my waist and felt too short. It looked like a large sweater that I tired to shrink in the dryer but only got shorter. Looked sloppy. April 18, 2014
Great layering piece I love wearing this sweater with button-down blouses and jeans. It's a super simple way to add a little extra style and warmth. I normally wear medium tops, but a small fits me in this sweater. April 17, 2014
Good for all seasons When I first pulled this out of the box it looked like it had a wide body and skinny arms but it fit in my usual LTD sweater size. I was hoping for more of a cream/tan but this has more yellow undertones to white. It still works for everything I wanted to wear it with. I accessorized it with navy khakis, a thin navy belt at the waist, and fun flats with a pop of color. I will also be wearing it over a chambray button up with khaki shorts for a more casual vibe. April 7, 2014
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