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Courregès

Vintage Black Sequin Wool & Mohair Sweater, 1970s

Vintage Black Sequin Wool & Mohair Sweater, 1970s

Regular price $129.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $129.00 USD
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Product Details

A beautiful vintage womens jumper from the 70s by legendary French fashion designer, Andre Courreges. In a black wool, acrylic and mohair blend fabric with a cable knit pattern, sequins throughout and the Courreges logo subtly embroidered on the chest.

Size: Marked Courreges Size 0 but this is a sizing system unique to Courreges and really fits like a womens Small.
Bust - Stretches from 34-38” / 86-96cm
Waist - Stretches from 32-36” / 81-91cm
Length (Shoulder to Hem) - 22” / 56cm
Shoulder to Shoulder - 15” / 38cm
Sleeve Pit to Cuff - 19” / 48cm
Sleeve Shoulder to Cuff - 21” / 53cm

Condition: Very Good Vintage Condition - Some very light pilling to fabric. No noticeable stains, tears or holes.

- Made in France
- Pullover style
- Please see our other items for more designer and vintage clothing.

Materials: 60% Acrylic 20% Wool 20% Mohair

Shipping & Returns

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For orders under £100GBP - The Shipping Fee is £16.00GBP

Shipping is calculated at checkout and express options are available at checkout. 

*Please note: We do not ship to Germany due to new complicated registration regulations. 

Returns 

We offer a 14 day return policy from when you receive the item. The customer pays for return shipping and any associated customs or duty fees for returns outside of the UK. Please see our shipping & returns page for more.

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