• Y2k Larry Levine Marbled Brown Sweater Top (Size M)
  • Y2k Larry Levine Marbled Brown Sweater Top (Size M)
  • Y2k Larry Levine Marbled Brown Sweater Top (Size M)

Y2k Larry Levine Marbled Brown Sweater Top (Size M)

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Vintage y2k marbled knit top in shades of brown.  Fitted style with subtle ribbed detailing.

BY: Larry Levine


TAG SIZE: Medium, fits true to size (see measurements) model is 5'4", size XS, fits very loose

MEASUREMENTS (taken in inches laying flat)

Shoulder: 16”
Chest: 18.5”
Waist: 16”
Hip: 18”
Length: 22” 
Sleeve Length: 22”

Women's sizes XS/S, 2/4

Height: 5'4"

Bust: 33"

Waist: 25"

Hip: 38"


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