Sienna Open Seams Cropped Sweatshirt / Charcoal
The Sienna Open Seams Cropped Sweatshirt is the perfect combination of comfort and style. Made with a light grey hue, this hoodie features zipper fastening, a front pocket, long sleeves with rib cuffs, and open seams with raw cut edges for an edgy look. The round hem keeps it casual, while the cropped length adds modern style.
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Please find below a standard size chart for women, based on US measurements. It is important to note that variations may exist in sizing due to specific garment features or fabrications. For detailed information, please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org
|XS||0-1||31"- 33"||23"- 25"||33"- 34"|
|S||3-5||33"- 35"||26"- 27"||35"- 36"|
|M||7-9||35"- 37"||28"- 29"||37"- 38"|
|L||11-13||37"- 39"||30"- 31"||39"- 40"|
Oversized silhouette with a waist crop length
Front zipper fastening
Long sleeves with rib cuffs
Open seam details all over the shirt with raw cut edges(loose threads are caused by the raw cut edges)
French terry is a knit fabric, similar to jersey, but with one key difference: one side is smooth and flat (like jersey), while the other has loops of thread, giving it a more textured feel. This loopback construction makes French terry moisture-absorbing, breathable, and warmer than jersey, making it a popular choice for activewear or loungewear.
Here's how to care for French terry fabric:
Washing: Most French terry items can be machine washed. Use cold or warm water with mild detergent, on a gentle cycle to help maintain the fabric's softness. Avoid using bleach, which can degrade the fabric over time.
Drying: You can tumble dry French terry items on low heat, but air drying is recommended to maintain the fabric's shape and texture. Avoid wringing out the garment to prevent stretching or distortion.
Ironing: French terry usually doesn't require ironing, but if you must, use a low heat setting and iron on the side without the loops to avoid flattening them.
Storing: Store your French terry garments folded rather than on hangers to maintain their shape.
As with any fabric, it's always best to check the care label on the garment for specific washing, drying, and ironing instructions. Improper care can lead to pilling, fading, or shrinkage, so always follow the manufacturer's care recommendations to keep your French terry items looking their best.