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Item specifics

Condition:
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Size: 10
Pattern: No Pattern Exact Material: Cashmere
Neckline: Scoop Neck Style: Jumpers
Main Colour: Purple Length: Waist Length
Brand: Marks and Spencer Material: Cashmere
Sleeve Type: Long Sleeve EAN: Does not apply

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