The Balloon Sleeve Sweater in Cream designed by Atelier Delphine. This cozy, soft sweater is made with yarn from ethically sourced baby alpaca. Features a slightly cropped and boxy fit with large balloon sleeves. Pair with the Kiko Pant for a cozy matching set! Sizing + Details - Made In Peru - 43% Baby Alpaca, 43% Wool, 14% Polyamide - Ribbed Knit Detail On Collar, Sleeves, Bottom Hem - Dry Clean Only - Fits True To Size XS / S Chest (PTP) 21", Waist 17", Length 19" M / L Chest (PTP) 22.5", Waist 18.5", Length 21"
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Designer Yuka Izutsu created Atelier Delphine in March of 2011 in order to fill the void she noticed in her own wardrobe for feminine, modern loungewear. Of course we instantly realized what our own closets were lacking: Izutsu’s line of loose, fluid silhouettes and luxurious basics. Translating her personal taste and aesthetic into her designs, we love this designer for her penchant for neutrals and love of textured, high quality fabrics. Yuka is also a believer in the slow fashion movement. In other words, every garment is created with care to the highest standard of quality. Look for standout kimono jackets, dolman sleeves draped to perfection and easy dresses.