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Features: Oversized, cozy and adorable
Style Fit: Boots/Jeans/Leggings.
Seasons: Fall, Winter, Spring.
Material: Soft and Comfortable.
Q1: How to match
--- Itâs perfect with boots and leggings, you can wear it alone in fall or under your coat in winter.
Q2: How the material
--- Polyester+Spandex,tie dye sweatshirt is soft and lightweight, It not very thick comfortable to wear, hope this helps.
Q3:True to size
---Detailed Size Chart in Product Picture before ordering (Not Amazon Size Chart),Please allow 1 inch/2 inch difference due to hand measurement.Color differences allowed for light effects.
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