Laurie Felt Cable Knit Cold Shoulder Sweater

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Make an everyday ensemble extraordinary with this of-the-moment sweater. Its cold-shoulder design offers up a little something extra. From Laurie Felt Los Angeles.

  • Fabrication: knit
  • Features: cold-shoulder style, long sleeves, cable knit, V-neckline, ribbed hem and cuffs
  • Fit: semi-fitted; follows the lines of the body with added wearing ease
  • Length: missy length 27-1/2" to 29-5/8"; plus length 30" to 31-3/4"
  • Content: 60% cotton/40% acrylic
  • Care: hand wash, dry flat
  • Imported

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Laurie Felt Cable Knit Cold Shoulder Sweater is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from make you feel good I love this top. It is flirty enough with the cold shoulders and the sweater is so fitting ,and pretty. It just make me feel good when i wear it out. I am glad to purchase it.
Date published: 2018-10-24
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Disparity between colors I originally got this sweater in black and loved it. I reordered it under the new brand name. It was no longer Hot in Hollywood, but Laurie Felt. I assumed that the item was the same as it had the same item number. I got it in the red color the second time. This time, it was droopy, baggy and the shoulders were not flattering. IDK if the design changed, I changed or the black one ran smaller (as I sometimes find in black shoes, black bras, etc., the black dye seems to make items a little smaller). However, the second one I got is going back. I hope the Laurie Felt brand retains the same quality as the Hot in Hollywood brand did.
Date published: 2018-03-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Luv Luv Luv I'm 5'2" weigh 130 and ordered a size XS. The fit is perfect, the length just right tunic length and the color not quite red but more a rusty brick is just the color for fall fashion.
Date published: 2017-10-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Cold Shoulder Overload Like many others, I am so over the cold shoulder fad. In the heavier knit of this sweater, the shoulder cut-out just sagged and looked awful. It made what would otherwise have been a nice, slimming sweater just silly looking. Sorry HIH.
Date published: 2017-10-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Classic sweater with a twist! I recently bought the new gili cold shoulder sweater and ended up returning it cause it was too bulky and frumpy. This however is more slimming and has a nicer feel to it. Yes the cold shoulder is on trend but I too are getting alittle bored with it. I think I have enough of this look now.
Date published: 2017-10-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Bad Trend This sweater is gorgeous! The colors are all so vibrant, hard to choose one. However it is totally ruined by following a stupid looking trend by cutting the shoulders out of the sweater!!! I find that it looks bad on any body size or shape I have seen. I will be glad when the cold shoulder trend dies out as it is a horrible looking trend for every designer that follows it. I have seen so many nice blouses, tunics or tops on QVC that have been ruined by this awful trendy cold shoulder style. This sweater would be perfect if it was constructed properly with shoulder sleeves in them! Not all trends are worth following and designers should have the guts not to follow something that hopefully will not last much longer because it is tasteless! It is not sexy in any way, just makes one look like they are poor and couldn’t afford anything else but a raggedy old sweater with holes in the shoulders. Two stars for beautiful colors and cable design only. Would have loved to purchase this sweater if not for the ugly big holes in the shoulders!!! A huge miss in my opinion. Very disappointing.
Date published: 2017-10-12
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