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The Fusion of Hearts Shrug is an ideal accessory to your evening dress. It can be worn as an addition to formal clothes or to everyday outfit also jeans&T-shirt. Perfect for the cool summer evenings as well as for the early autumn and spring weather.

The pattern of lines of hearts which get fused in the middle gives the shrug a romantic look. It keeps warm yet the feeling of wearing it is enough airy and falls comfortably on skin to be worn in a summer evening or in air-conditioned rooms and premises.

The Fusion of Hearts Shrug is a useful accessory to ladies with sensitive shoulders who support uneasily the air-conditioned premises.



The Fusion of Hearts Shrug would fit a large scale of body measures. It is important to have an arm circle (a little down the armpit) not larger then 18,89 inches
(48 cm). All its length is 36,22 inches (92 cm).


Can be machine washed under 86° F (30° C). Yet I always recommend hand washing for my knitted items. Use soft detergents for wool as Purlan or Perwoll or any other wool shampoo. Dry flat on a towel. Do not iron. Do not bleach.

- One of a kind model.
- Prepared with love and care.
- Unique design.
- All hand made.
- All new materials.
- Never been worn.
- Prepared in a smoke-free ambiance.

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Fusion of Hearts - Shrug in Violet, Shawl, Shroud, Wrap for Ladies, one purple Valentine by Solandia, spring, summer


  • Handmade item
  • Material: angora wool
  • Ships worldwide from Bulgaria
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