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Marc New York Performance Lightweight Terry Dolman Sleeved Tie-Dye Accented Sweatshirt

Keep it cozy! This must-have pullover sweatshirt is made of a beautiful soft terry knit and features tie-dye detailing along the top side of each full-length sleeve. The wide, rounded neckline offers a casual aesthetic while the hi-lo hemline and loose dolman sleeves provide and on-trend touch. A piecing seams trails down the center back. It lands near high-hip and pairs beautifully with leggings.

Color Choices
  • Black - Jet black with soft white and grey tie-dye
  • Cherry Blossom - Light heathered cherry blossom pink with soft white tie-dye

  • Fit: Relaxed
  • Neckline: Round neck
  • Sleeve Length: Long dolman leeves
  • Fabric Content: Made of 96% cotton and 4% spandex
  • Care Instructions: Machine wash cold with like colors only. Remove promptly. Do not bleach. Do not use fabric softener. Tumble dry low. Cool iron, when needed.
  • Country of Origin: China

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Garment Measurements:
Below are actual measurements for this garment. Use the above link to find the best size for your figure. We recommend customers order one size larger.

XS: Bust: 42", Center Back: 26-1/2"
Small: Bust: 44", Center Back: 27"
Medium: Bust: 46", Center Back: 27-1/2"
Large: Bust: 48", Center Back: 28"
XL: Bust: 50", Center Back: 28-1/2"

1X: Bust: 49", Center Back: 30-1/2"
2X: Bust: 52", Center Back: 31"
3X: Bust: 55", Center Back: 31-1/2"

Please note sizes XS-XL are considered Missy/Standard and sizes 1X-3X are considered Women’s/Plus. Each set is graded separately and sizing may overlap. This garment has undergone a unique dye process causing color variations which are intentional. This special process may cause color to rub off. Wash separately before wearing to prevent color bleeding.

Dolman Sleeves
In a dolman sleeve, the sleeve is cut deep with a very wide opening at the armhole, practically to the waist. The sleeve then narrowly tapers to the wrist. This makes the sleeve and bodice one piece, whereas the sleeve can be thought of as an "extension" of the bodice. Dolman sleeves, sometimes also called batwing sleeves, were very popular for women's clothing during the 1930s and 1940s.