Tibi Raglan black/multi pullover with Eiffel tower print sweater
Cute raglan Eiffel tower print sweater from TIBI. Shades of white” light blue and black . Eiffel tower print in foreground with Paris buildings in background. Black/multi print sweater that comes with a matching skirt.
Dry Clean Only
Tibi Raglan black/multi pullover with Eiffel tower print sweater is ribbed at the neck hem and sleeve cuff. Perfect for casual jeans outfits including jeans shorts in the early spring when the weather is nice and cool. This top comes with a matching skirt but you probably don’t want to wear the two together. Then again if it’s good enough for Miranda Kerr to wear a matching skirt and top outfit” then why not wear your Tibi Raglan Eiffel tower print pullover with the matching skirt?
How to wear your Tibi Raglan black/multi pullover with Eiffel tower print sweater
1 This top would also work with a denim mini skirt in any shade of blue or white. Depending on what you wear it with you can wear flip-flops flat sandals wedge sandals canvas sneakers ballet flats.
If you’re more adventurous you can add a bright pink fitted blazer and wear bright blue sneakers to really bring out the fun exciting elements of the sweater.
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