NWT Anthropologie ZADKINE SWEATER TANK TOP order now enjoy big discount


In a spring-ready silhouette, this fun knit top will quickly become a closet staple.

Brand: ZADKINE from Anthropologie
Condition: NWT in original packaging
Size 1X (plus size)
Fabric: 74% rayon, 14% cotton, 6% linen, 6% nylon
Pullover style
Care instructions: Hand wash
Wider straps conceal bra & provide bust support
Dimensions: 24.5"L
Color: pale yellow

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Summary

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