Midcentury Vintage Daydream Cardigan in Malt Shake

SKU: WK0001-Beig_8-10

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  • Midcentury Vintage Daydream Cardigan in Malt Shake

    Introducing a new Socialite knitwear piece for women: the Daydream cardigan. This cropped cardigan takes its pattern from an original 50s piece in our archive, replicating the textured ribbing around the neck and shoulders. It's fastened with six pearlised buttons and has a relaxed fit, with raglan sleeves and a stretchy ribbed waistband.

    The Daydream cardigan's shorter length makes it ideal to pair with a vintage dress or high-waisted jeans, meaning it can be worn easily with any 1940s or 50s-inspired look, formal or casual.

    The Malt Shake colourway is a neutral beige shade. This versatile layering piece will be a must-have all year round!

    50% nylon, 33% wool, 17% acrylic. Please consult the size chart for measurements.

  • Delivery & Returns

    FREE Click and Collect from our Huddersfield, UK Location.

    We have Express and Standard Delivery Services from FREE to £9.99


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    Returns Accepted from Customers within 28 Working Days of you Receiving your Order. See Returns page for Full Details.

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    United Kingdom

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    *This information is only a guide please check with your local customs laws before ordering. Revival Vintage has no control over the tax/duty charged. It is the responsibility of the buyer to pay such charges.

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