Gray Knit V-Neck Long Sleeve Wrap Sweater<!==this is to display sku==> Style# 818844
Wrap yourself up in chic style this winter season and beyond with this plain gray sweater. A draped v-neck with a wrapped front and uneven hem gives it a contemporary fit. Long sleeves with capped ends add coziness, perfect for layering with a jacket or solo.
- Sleeve Length: Long Sleeve
- Pattern Type: Plain
- Neckline: V-neck
- Machine Washable
I’m 5’2 wears petite. I get Small but too long and bug to me. Get XS if they have.
So light gray is the second sweater I bought this. It fits just as well as the other one (I'm 5'5"/135lbs & bought a medium).
The grey is by far my favorite; its a classic style but still looks streamline. It is extremely versatile. It can be worn with black leggings and knee-high boots or I love it with my black leather moto jacket, distressed ankle jeans & black oxfords (ankle boots work too).
In summary: this sweater is adorable and fits great
I am always wary reading reviews but am grateful when someone writes something really specific so here goes. I am 53 years old, 5'4" and 130 pounds. I am a 34DD but in terms of build, I would say I have a "small frame" but I like my tops to skim my body rather than be super fitted. I get a ton of compliments on it and I really love them. I hope they get more colors in the MEDIUM, which is the size I got for that loose look.
I came of age in the 70s, so I do like a looser fit. I think if I liked a snugger body "hugging" fit I could easily get the small but I don't like to worry about things shrinking. Is it this incredibly luxurious fabric? No, but it looks like it is and the sweater peeking out and collar are very lovely and seem expensive. If you are on the fence, get one. These are going to be a huge addition to my wardrobe because I like to be "untucked" and these are really GREAT SWEATER.
I'm 5'6, 198 lbs, pear shaped, 38B chest, US 20. I got the XXL and it snuggly skims my hips.
yes, it's soft and comfortable. I've been losing weight lately so I think I'll keep it. :) p.s. It ironed very well on low heat with steam.