Women weekend ivory oversize sweater

89.00 EUR

 

Meet MJrever WEEKEND – our collection of loungewear. They say home is where the heart is and where you feel most comfortable. Well, now that we’ve seen this 100% cotton sweatshirt, we know for sure home is where MJrever is. We’re moving in.

*MJREVER LUXURY BRANDED BOX IS NOR INCLUDED

  • FABRIC: COTTON (100 % COTTON)
  • Wash your Sleeper cotton in cold water on a hand-wash setting. Choose lower temperature and less aggressive rinse and spin settings. To preserve the bright colors, we recommend using color-enhancing detergents. Soaking is better for managing stains as aggressive rubbing can cause some damage to the color of the fabric.
  • You can use a dryer on a low temperature setting. Iron on reverse.
  • Some amount of pilling may occur before the first wash and may cause fibers to attach to clothes you wear underneath. Don’t worry, the pilling should stop after the first couple of washing cycles.

processing time: 4-6 working days

8 in stock

Description

This MJREVER oversize heavyweight sweatshirt is perfect for your weekend. The material is brushed on the inside with a soft, fuzzy, plush handfeel.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

– THE LOGO AND INITIALS ARE EMBROIDERED WITH A PROFESSIONAL MACHINE;

–  crew neck

– FABRIC: COTTON (100 % COTTON)

–  MODEL IS 17A CM TALL.

– drop shoulder

– long sleeves

– ribbed cuffs

– ribbed hem

SIZE INFORMATION

SIZE INFORMATION

Sweater is one size, Model high is 173 cm:

Chest (measuring around) 116 cm

Sweater  Length: 67 cm

Sleeve (measure from the neck): 77 cm

Fabric and care

Fabric and care

  • FABRIC: COTTON (100 % COTTON)
  • Wash your Sleeper cotton in cold water on a hand-wash setting. Choose lower temperature and less aggressive rinse and spin settings. To preserve the bright colors, we recommend using color-enhancing detergents. Soaking is better for managing stains as aggressive rubbing can cause some damage to the color of the fabric.
  • You can use a dryer on a low temperature setting. Iron on reverse.
  • Some amount of pilling may occur before the first wash and may cause fibers to attach to clothes you wear underneath. Don’t worry, the pilling should stop after the first couple of washing cycles.
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