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Registered: ‎06-24-2018

Any ideas?

Trusted Contributor
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Registered: ‎03-11-2010

I am also anxious to know.  I just hope it is not another prima cotton T-shirt!

Valued Contributor
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Registered: ‎01-15-2017

I'm curious too. Hopefully not Pima cotton T-shirt, 24/7 pants or open front cardigan. I love Isaac's stuff, but I've seen enough of the above.

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I sure wish it could be those all ceramic watches he made. I have lots of colors but  I want more. They  look beautiful on especially the rectangular ones with all ceramic band.

Isaac,  please bring these back in new colors.


Beckyblu

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Registered: ‎06-24-2018

TSV is now available. It is an open front cardigan. Some very nice colors.

Honored Contributor
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Not a bad looking cardigan but I really don't like the colors...I prefer jewel tones.

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I just counted my IM cardigans and although I have 20, only 3 are solid colors and the soft purple is calling my name.  They are my go-to work wardrobe since the virtual workplace has made tabletop dressing a thing.  Comfortable, colorful, professional and classy.

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NO!!!!  Another hi-lo hemline!  This is an easy pass for me.  Nothing to highlight hips and rear like this cardigan!!!

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I really am an Isaac fan but this is disappointing for me.  I think this would have been much better had it not had that hi-low hem, especially rounded like that.  I think it looks very unflattering.

 

I also can find items like this just about anywhere at this point for a lot less than the close to $50.00 price point this will be once s/h and tax is added.   

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Registered: ‎03-14-2010

Another button-less, cardigan sweater?  How about a v neck, boyfriend pullover sweater? 

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