A pure wool sweater in winter is not thick, making people happy

“Happy heart -greedy twilight autumn water rivers, lonely mountains and sunset; also love the clouds and wild roads, Lugu Road thin horses.” In winter, a pure wool sweater is not thick, making Xiaobian feel happy. It is so portable, light and thin, and gives you a warm sense of warmth.

冬天一件纯羊毛的毛衣,不厚,让人心生欢喜

This thin pure wool bottoming sweater, fit but not close -fitting style, is clean and neat. The fabric of pure cotton wool, the key recommended models are very favorite, it has been retained, the effect is great, so it is particularly recommended. The basic wool sweater belongs to the category needed by people in autumn and winter. It’s easy to wear, classic versatile, and the clean feeling you want.

冬天一件纯羊毛的毛衣,不厚,让人心生欢喜

The style is fit but not close, loose and unique, wearing comfortable and comfortable. Different figures can choose the size that suits you according to the size of the details page. Different from the conventional wool bottoming shirt, this fabric uses the “3D” effect irregular pits and weaving flowers to minimize the dullness and monotonous of the interior. Kneading is fluffy and full of elasticity. High collar, the collar side lotus leaf lace towards the natural hanging, quiet and peaceful, can also be overlapped, and it is great to wear in an orderly manner.

冬天一件纯羊毛的毛衣,不厚,让人心生欢喜

Cotton wool is warmer than hugs and softer than kisses. Choose a breathing yarn, the woven garment, the overall texture is softer, delicate, and better skin -friendly. The yarn is delicate, with a bit of elegant style.

冬天一件纯羊毛的毛衣,不厚,让人心生欢喜

According to the style of the coat, of course, this base sweater is very literary, and the editor recommends the style of literary and artistic style. This issue is here. Seeing your idea of ​​the comment area, your idea is my next theme. If the “Jimei” have any questions about the problems, you can leave a message in the comment area, and the editors will answer them one by one. Follow Xiwen not lost.

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