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Romwe: White and Green Striped Knitted Jumper

Romwe was established in the 2009’s Christmas night. Just within half a year, Romwe has changed from a simple vintage specialty shop into a pint-sized platform of high-street fashion.
 White and green jumper featuring an over-sized shape,round neck with drawstring, bat-wing short sleeves and black and white stripes. 

MY OPINION:
I received the jumper in a plastic garment bag with the Romwe logo, and was happy about that. I knew as soon as I pulled it out, it would look great with a pair of jeggings and my tawny brown Peter Pan boots. 
I was right! I felt great wearing it on a cool Autumn day. It was just the right amount of fabric for the day. The fabric, even though it's a cotton/polyester blend, was so soft against my skin. The only thing that bothered me was the tag, so I removed it. Sorry. I really loved the drawstring back though. It happened to match my tote bag, that accompanied my outfit to the mall. I felt great in the jumper and highly recommend Romwe as a source for your fashions!

5/5

Recommend? YES!!!


DISCLAIMER: I ordered the jumper via gift certificate. I was not financially compensated. All opinions are my own.

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