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New, from L.L. Bean.  I know that some of you like @butterfly123 are on the hunt for 100% cotton items.

 

Item #: TA506296

 

Product Details

The essential cotton sweaters we're known for – now in a beautiful tunic-length pullover. Crafted for enduring quality, with a remarkably soft hand, silky sheen and exceptional color retention.

Slightly Fitted
Size & Fit
  • Slightly Fitted: Softly shapes the body.
  • Falls at low hip.
 
Fabric & Care
  • 100% cotton.
  • Substantial midweight construction is comfortable year-round.
  • Machine wash, dry flat or dry clean.
Additional Features
  • Made from long-staple yarns that are expertly spun to prevent pilling.
  • A tighter knit helps to keep its shape.
  • Features a beautiful mix of variegated cables, reverse jersey stitchwork and ribbed trim.
  • Looks great paired with slim leg jeans. 

 

Also in these colors:

 

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Re: Jewelneck Tunic LL Sweater

This sweater is pretty especially the teal color but I no longer wear pullovers due to warmer natured and arm discomfort.

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Re: Jewelneck Tunic LL Sweater

I LOVE the teal so much, that's a very difficult color to find. The sweater is a classic.

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Re: Jewelneck Tunic LL Sweater

I do love the cable knit in these. Actually a couple of years ago I found great turtlekneck sweaters from kohls with knit work like this one, a bit longer but certainly not too much. I bought 4 of the one I found, wear them often throughout the winter. Depending on cold it is here I will wear another lighter turtleneck underneath. This style would force me to wear something underneath, my neck gets cold! Love the popping spring colors though.

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Re: Jewelneck Tunic LL Sweater

Pretty knit, but too long, IMO.

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Re: Jewelneck Tunic LL Sweater

I love the white, teal, & navy. Trying to be good and not buy so many clothes on 2019. I already have something very similar in ivory. 

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Re: Jewelneck Tunic LL Sweater

Beautiful sweater, but anything that is 100% cotton has a tendency to stretch out and lose its shape; so I wouldn't purchase this.

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Re: Jewelneck Tunic LL Sweater


@lolakimono wrote:

New, from L.L. Bean.  I know that some of you like @butterfly123 are on the hunt for 100% cotton items.

 

Item #: TA506296

 

Product Details

The essential cotton sweaters we're known for – now in a beautiful tunic-length pullover. Crafted for enduring quality, with a remarkably soft hand, silky sheen and exceptional color retention.

Slightly Fitted
Size & Fit
  • Slightly Fitted: Softly shapes the body.
  • Falls at low hip.
 
Fabric & Care
  • 100% cotton.
  • Substantial midweight construction is comfortable year-round.
  • Machine wash, dry flat or dry clean.
Additional Features
  • Made from long-staple yarns that are expertly spun to prevent pilling.
  • A tighter knit helps to keep its shape.
  • Features a beautiful mix of variegated cables, reverse jersey stitchwork and ribbed trim.
  • Looks great paired with slim leg jeans. 

 

Also in these colors:

 


I love these sweaters.  They look like they would be comfortable, not scratchy.Smiley Happy

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Registered: ‎03-13-2010

Re: Jewelneck Tunic LL Sweater

 

I like the jewel neckline. It's a favorite of mine. And the cable knit is pretty. Also nice colors. But it's awfully long.   

 

Even for average height or taller people, I have a problem with thick sweaters that completely cover the hips. That adds bulk where most of us don't need it. It draws attention to the hips, rather than concealing them. I think a tunic length works better when the fabric is more lightweight or flowy. It's just my opinion.