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NEW Liberty Daisy Hoodie, Heather Olive, Applique, Small, Medium

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Sweet daisys in a beautiful Liberty of London floral print ramble across the front of the this ultra soft and cozy hooded sweat shirt. This heather olive green is a new color for me and I LOVE it- I will be wearing this design all winter and springl, it is soft, flattering and looks amazing with denim.
This cozy, soft zip hoodie has kangaroo front pockets, natural color zipper tape, nickel zipper, and classic retro appeal. Chilly weather just got a whole lot cozier, and you just got a whole lot cuter while you zip around town!
This is the perfect thing to wear all winter and into the spring! These sweatshirts are warm, SOFT, comfortable and most of all flattering. All of my designs are hand cut, hand sewn and made with love just for you in Portland, OR...and we know a good hoodie around these parts. This sweatshirt is a bold and stylish way to be comfortable all season long and the perfect thing to throw over everything in you closet when the nights get chilly or the wind picks up.
Makes a wonderful gift!



Medium fits sizes 8-12

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• 30’s eco-fleece: 50% polyester (6.25% recycled), 46% cotton (6.25% organic), 4% naturally occurring rayon
• low-impact yarn dyed, enzyme fabric washed for a super soft hand
• machine wash cold, tumble dry low
Anna Joyce, Owner and Designer

NEW Liberty Daisy Hoodie, Heather Olive, Applique, Small, Medium

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  • Handmade item
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  • Ships worldwide from Oregon, United States
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