Tallac Sweater

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Beautifully soft ponte sweater material made from deadstock fabric. The black and grey fabric came from left over fabric from the company Vince! Loose turtle neck and bracelet length raglan sleeves--sure to be a classic staple in your wardrobe. Pair it with the City Pant or Paper Bag Pant, or throw it over one of your favorite dresses on chillier days. Wash and dry as normal. A beautiful, slow fashion option for fall and winter.

Grey color way has olive stitching detail

Olive color way has pink stitching detail

Color block color way has olive stitching detail

How the hell do you say that you ask? Pronounced Ta-Lack, this sweater is named after a 9700' peak near Lake Tahoe in California; a mountain near and dear to my heart. Wear it to climb mountains or just climb the stairs to your house.

Measurements for S/M:

41" Chest

22" Shoulder to hem


Measurements for L/XL:

45" Chest

24.5” Shoulder to hem


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Beautiful sweater

So impressed with the craftsmanship. It’s a beautiful piece. I look forward to purchasing more.

Woman sitting in a chair, holding yellow flowers. There is a rock outcropping behind her. She is wearing a green dress with puffy sleeves and leather sandals.

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We are a woman-led business producing small batches of ethical clothing

We strive to use fabric made from natural fibers, up-cycled fabric, or re-purposed fabric. Every piece of clothing is made with care and thought by a small team of creators in Oklahoma City.



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