Cotton Candy Pullover Sweater

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Our Cotton Candy knit tunic style sweater promises an expansive repertoire of lovely & leisurely looks! A cozy piece, soft and fuzzy, perfect for layering in colder tempretures - it can easily stand on it's own come spring or next fall as well.

Called Cotton Candy due to it's super lightweight spun floss type of alpaca yarn which is light as, well as cotton candy - it features long raglan sleeves, a ribbed crew neckline and an oversized loose tunic-like silhouette - it creates laid-back ensembles you’ll replay over and over again.

•    Alpaca Blend 89% Superfine Alpaca / 11% Acrylic
•    Light weight tunic style pullover sweater
•    Non fitted - fully fashioned raglan full length sleeves
•    Fuzzy knit - crew neckline
•    Choose from Airy Blue, Greenery or Flame
•    True to size - Size M is 26.5 in / 66 cm from shoulder to hem. 
•    Exclusive - designed in the U.S.A. by Inca Fashions 
•    Hand wash cold, do not agitate, blot and dry flat or Dry Clean.

For more information on alpaca read our article "What Makes Alpaca So Special

Sweater Sizing - Click here for our sweater sizing chart

Availability: In Stock
Gift Wrapping: Available
SKU: K1-500
Warranty Information: Sun Valley Alpaca Co offers a 30-day money back guarantee. Simply return any unwanted item for a refund if not completely satisfied by using our on line return feature. Items must be unworn and in original packaging with tags attached.

In stock items will ship within 1-2 days. Shipping time can vary depending on method selected. 7-10 Day Standard shipping | 5-7 Ground shipping | Express services available at check out.
Sweater Sizing: :
Small:: 4-6
Medium:: 8-10
Large:: 12-14
XLarge:: 14-16


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Soft and cloudlike

This sweater is so comfy cozy, not at all heavy or bulky. I love the long sleeves and the loose fit. I received compliments on it all day. The green shade is perfect- fresh and happy!
Posted by A Happy Customer, 22nd Sep 2017