Is $36 a good deal for this sweater?

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If its good quality, I would get it.

I really like the white one, I think it would be sharp in the summer!
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Just for some inspiration in case you were still considering it

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The material is polyester and acrylic. I'd be concerned about it holding up over time. Now if it was made of cashmere or some other natural material I think it would be a good deal.
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The material is polyester and acrylic. I'd be concerned about it holding up over time. Now if it was made of cashmere or some other natural material I think it would be a good deal.
Originally Posted by webjockey
For that price I assumed it would be. Cashmere is worth every penny. Soft, warm and breathable Mmmmm
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The material is polyester and acrylic. I'd be concerned about it holding up over time. Now if it was made of cashmere or some other natural material I think it would be a good deal.
Originally Posted by webjockey
I agree, but I'm not sure that the style of that particular sweater is going to hold up over time so there doesn't seem to be much of a need for it to be durable - I am quite sure that those sweaters are going to look like really dated trends in a couple of years.
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The material is polyester and acrylic. I'd be concerned about it holding up over time. Now if it was made of cashmere or some other natural material I think it would be a good deal.
Originally Posted by webjockey
I agree, but I'm not sure that the style of that particular sweater is going to hold up over time so there doesn't seem to be much of a need for it to be durable - I am quite sure that those sweaters are going to look like really dated trends in a couple of years.
Originally Posted by Amneris
They already kind of do. I have a few in my closet I don't wear so much anymore. I have one cashmere one I take on trips with me to cuddle up in though.
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I have a similar one in oatmeal right now. I say go for it (although I only paid $12 for mine)
The material is polyester and acrylic. I'd be concerned about it holding up over time. Now if it was made of cashmere or some other natural material I think it would be a good deal.
Originally Posted by webjockey
I agree, but I'm not sure that the style of that particular sweater is going to hold up over time so there doesn't seem to be much of a need for it to be durable - I am quite sure that those sweaters are going to look like really dated trends in a couple of years.
Originally Posted by Amneris
So what? For $36, i dont need it to last me for 20 years.
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The material is polyester and acrylic. I'd be concerned about it holding up over time. Now if it was made of cashmere or some other natural material I think it would be a good deal.
Originally Posted by webjockey
I agree, but I'm not sure that the style of that particular sweater is going to hold up over time so there doesn't seem to be much of a need for it to be durable - I am quite sure that those sweaters are going to look like really dated trends in a couple of years.
Originally Posted by Amneris
So what? For $36, i dont need it to last me for 20 years.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves

Agreed - was just responding to the comment about durability. I see this as a trend that if you like it for now or are curious about trying it out, $36 is not a bad price.
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I have one of those (not exactly), I like to cuddle up in it at home, but would never wear in public. I wouldn't personally pay $36 for something I only wear at home, but that's just me.
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Actually I just found out over the weekend I bought a couple last year from Arden B on sale(20 and 15 but woulda paid more) that are simiar in black. I forgot I bought them.

Totally worth it for me because I'm always cold and I wear black with everything. They are also partially wool and very warm and thin at the same time. I usually wear them with shorter dresses in the winter with my boots. I wear them with jeans too and a tshirt when I've run out of clean sweaters.
I don't think I'm getting it after all. It's nice and a great color. But I'm just not feeling it. And if I feel this way before I buy something, I generally don't wear the item often and end up giving it away. So I'll save my money for something I really like.
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No MAS.

I am the new Black.

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At least one of us made a purchase! I also realized after looking back at your sweater I got something of a similar color, which is good because I don't have anything that color.




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