Saint James Fisherman Sweater
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You can be sure that if you buy a great navy-blue-and-white striped sweater, you will pull it out of your wardrobe to wear year after year. The classic French striped shirt, called a marinière, was originally part of the uniform for navy men in Brittany, and the original design had twenty or twenty-one stripes. Saint James has been making marinières for more than 125 years, and the brand is known for its side-buttoned fisherman sweaters (this one being a perfect example). This vintage version has a flattering cut, and was made in France in the 1990s. Saint-James is a town in Normandy that was established by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, and to this day, the Saint James atelier and factory is still located in this small French village. The sweater’s stripes and nod to French history make this the ideal choice for a Francophile. Paired with jeans, it is the perfect weekend sweater, and better yet, it does not need to be dry cleaned. Do as the French do and spot clean it with soap and warm water, which is better for the environment and your wallet. This sweater will fit women’s sizes extra small and small as not-too-fitted, a size medium as fitted, and a size large as very fitted. The sleeves are the perfect length—and the cut the perfect proportion—to really make this a sweater that will suit a variety of body types. Excellent vintage condition.
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