1. Fast fashion posts will be deleted immediately at the discretion of the editors (Erica and Carissa (cupcakewalker)
Examples include pieces from H&M, Forever 21, Gap, Old Navy, Express, American Apparel (this is not an exhaustive list).

2. Pricing guidelines: Don't ask for more than you paid. If it's a current season item, I usually offer at least a 30% discount. Any posts that seem profit-motivated will be deleted. If it's obviously worn or more than 1 year old, I offer at least 50-60% discount of the paid price (not the original price).

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Thursday, December 20, 2012

[SOLD] Zero + Maria Cornejo Alpaca Shrug/Cardigan Sweater

photos from creatures of comfort

Absolutely gorgeous, handknit chunky sweater from designer Zero+Maria Cornejo. Very heavy and cozy and perfect neutral gray, made of 100% superfine alpaca.  Hooded with extra-long sleeves and faux-bone button on the front. A great example of the "cocoon" shape Maria Cornejo loves.

I purchased this on final sale from Creatures of Comfort last year. I love it but I'm not getting much wear out of it. I've reinforced the buttonhole, but otherwise this is in beautiful condition. It is handmade and so has some very minor irregularities, but these were present when the sweater was new. There are no holes or stains.

Size is medium, but I would say it's better suited to a larger small or a smaller medium. Having said that, it has lots of stretch and give and is not structured. (This is why it's so hard to photograph!)

Retailed for $789; I paid $214; asking $110 shipped in the U.S. Listing ends in one week.

1 comment:

marugameshi said...

Please add me in!
Thank you