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Oversized 1970s-1980s cardigan. Different sized and stylized black and cream stripes. Open front, with creamy plastic and silver buttons for embellishment on each side. Long sleeves, and slightly padded, dropped shoulders.

Pair this cardi with skinny jeans and ankle boots, or a body con sweater dress, all winter long. Because of its loose styling and the oversized nature of 80s clothing, this sweater will fit a wide variety of body shapes and sizes. Check out the measurements below - there is no sizing label, so wear it oversized, fitted, or anywhere in between.

Brand: Gold Star
Materials: Acrylic
Size: not labeled
Modern size estimate: Extra Large to XXL, possibly a 3X depending on how open you like the garment to drape.

Modern size estimate is based on the measurements below, which were taken with the garment flat with the cardigan closed (front seams touching) and should be doubled as necessary. Please measure a garment of a similar nature to get the best fit equivalent.

Shoulder pad to pad: 20 inches
Shoulder seam to seam: 25.75 inches
Sleeve length: 20 inches
Bust / armpit to armpit: 24 inches
Hips / bottom hem: 24.5 inches
Sweater length: 31.5 inches

Condition: great vintage condition with come wear. Instances of minor pilling, expected of an acrylic sweater of this age.

1970s-1980s Black and White Oversized Cardigan / Vintage Open Front, Draped Cardi / Striped Sweater /

$33.00

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Overview

  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: Dark black, and creamy, off white acrylic, with creamy plastic buttons, trimmed in silver
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 32 reviews
  • Favorited by: 11 people