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Chevron Stripes Openwork Sweater

Chevron Stripes Openwork Sweater

Regular price $ 42.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $ 42.00 USD
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Introducing our new Chevron Stripes Openwork Sweater – the perfect piece to add a touch of style to your wardrobe this season. Made from a soft, lightweight fabric, this sweater features an openwork design with striped detailing, long sleeves and a round neckline. Whether you dress it up with jeans and heels for a night out, or team it with leggings and sneakers for a casual look, this sweater is sure to become a favorite in your wardrobe. Add it to your cart today!
  • Pattern: Striped 
  • Features: Openwork, long sleeves
  • Neckline: Round neck
  • Product measurements:

S: length 21 in, sleeve 18 in, bust 45 in

M: length 22 in, sleeve 18 in, bust 47 in

L: length 23 in, sleeve 19 in, bust 48 in

XL: length 23 in, sleeve 19 in, bust 50 in

  • Material composition: 100% acrylic
  • Care: Machine wash cold. Tumble dry low.
  • Imported
  • 5 - 10 Business Days Shipping From Overseas

Women's Fashion Shipping

How long does the shipping take?

LJ Greywolf uses a crossborder company with warehouses in both the U.S. and overseas.

USA products: 2 - 5 business days*
Imported products 5 - 10 business days* 

Where does LJ Greywolf ship to?

LJ Greywolf is currently shipping to:

  • Customers within the United States and U.S. territories
  • Including P.O. Boxes. 
  • All US Military bases, APO/FPO
  • Puerto Rico, Guam, and U.S. Virgin Islands.

LJ Greywolf does not currently ship to customers outside the United States at this time.

Shipping speed is one of our top priorities and therefore, we will only officially expand shipping to other regions besides the United States when we can guarantee the shipping time.  

How much does shipping cost?

Orders Over $35 ships for free

 

Women's Fashion Return Policy

LJ Greywolf's Return Policy For Women's Fashion

LJ Greywolf will accept returns of unworn clothing items with original tags and clear garment packaging with SKU labelWe do not accept exchanges of any kind.

Return requests must be initiated within 7 days (return window based on the exact time of delivery) of receiving all items in the order and shipped back to us within 7 days of submission to qualify for a full refund.

If it is a split package order, it will start from the time of the final package delivery date and time.

All swimwear, bodysuits, intimates, jewelry, face masks, and beauty products are final sale and non-refundable.

  • Orders returned without meeting the above criteria are subject to a 25% restocking fee or we may decline the entire return.
  • Shipping and handling charges are non-refundable. 
  • Return shipping is the customer's responsibility unless it was a shipping error or a damaged item. 
  • Please allow LJ Greywolf 5 - 7 business days from the day we receive the returned package to process.
  • LJ Greywolf will email you after return has been processed to confirm what has been done.
  • For returns email us at: LJGreywolf@LJGreywolf.com
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