Vintage Jerzees Peppermint Candy Pullover Red Sweatshirt Size Large USA 90's clearance

Overview

ConditionFair
BrandJERZEES
CategoryWomen, Sweaters, Crewneck, JERZEES Crewneck Sweaters
Tags#Christmas, #Embroidered, #CrewNeck

Details

SizeL (12-14)

Description

Item: Vintage Jerzees Peppermint Candy Pullover Red Sweatshirt Size Large USA 90's

Features:
• Brand: Jerzees
• 50% Cotton, 50% Polyester
• Long Sleeve, Crew Neck, Vintage, Embroidered
• Christmas
• Solid
• Made in USA

Size: Womens L

Measurements-
Chest / Pit to Pit: 21.5 in / 55 cm
Length: 27 in / 69 cm

Condition: Pre-Owned Fair

Measurements can be found in the description.

No rips, holes or tears. This item is pilling on all sides, as seen in the photos. There are marks on the sleeves and on the front of the pullover, as seen in the photos. Frequently worn. Sold as-is.

Our items are carefully inspected, measured, and stored in a smoke-free environment.

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Keywords:Christmas, Embroidered, Crew Neck, Jerzees, Vintage, Sweatshirt, Pullover, Peppermint, Mints, Candy, 90's, Large, Women's, Red, Long Sleeve, Holiday

SKU: 538 - 11.7 oz





















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