80’s/90’s Black Long Sleeve Chenille Sweater$38.00
》Trendy black chenille pullover from the 80s or 90s. This super-soft knit will wrap you in a warm hug and would look cute layered over leggings. Features a crew or boat neck and side slits. The invention of chenille fabric is dated to the 18th century and believed to have originated in France, as Chenille is the French word for caterpillar, whose fur the yarn is supposed to resemble. Chenille had a moment in the 70s and was also popular in the 90s. Recently, chenille sweaters have made a comeback in contemporary fashion. The wider shoulder cut is evident of the 80s and 90s fits.
Started in the 1940s, Beldoch Popper is a composite of the last names of the two founders (both deceased). Beldoch held the license for all Pierre Cardin women's wear in the US and was manufacturing sweaters bearing the Cardin name.
Tag says Small, estimated fit XS-M, could be cute oversized on an XS, shown on a medium.
Measurements in Inches:
-Shoulder: 19 1/2
-Length (from highest point): 28
》CARE & CONTENTS:
Machine wash warm water, gentle cycle, do not bleach, tumble dry low, remove promptly.
Excellent vintage condition, no noticeable flaws
Since vintage items have a past and a story, they may show wear from age and storage. I do my best to inspect all items for flaws, make repairs when possible, and disclose them to you.
All my items come from a non-smoking home and are sanitized and steamed before they arrive at your door. Once cleaned, they are kept in a clean and dry location. They should not have any strong odor unless otherwise mentioned.
This item is sold from a vintage boutique in Huntington Beach, CA.