Oversized Graphic Sweater/jumper From Evatrends

Oversized Graphic Sweater/jumper From Evatrends
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post by Eva Trends. As always, all opinions are my own.

A few weeks ago, I was contacted by Eva Trends and asked if I was interested in reviewing several of their items. Looking at the website, I was right away drawn to the unique designs. Many items have graphic patterns. The sweater I'm wearing in today's post caught my attention right away as it reminded me of a sweater I owned in the late 80s that I absolutely loved. It had a girl walking down a street on it - I always presumed it was a street in Paris - and the colors were mainly black, white and a little red. I could have worn that sweater every day, and I have a feeling some weeks I did...


The Eva Trends sweater is oversized and long enough to wear with leggings. In fact, it's perfect with my faux leather leggings that I seem to be wearing all the time lately. 


The sweater is called Girl in the City sweater.
Eva Trends Girl in the City Sweater
The design continues on the back of the sweater, which I love.
Eva Trends Girl in the City Sweater
The sweater is very soft and thin enough to drape well, which is important since it is oversized. I chose to wear it with a black turtleneck underneath for added warmth, and it was very comfortable.
Eva Trends Girl in the City Sweater
One last look at my new Girl in the City sweater. I know I'll wear it a lot! And I'll feel like I'm back in the 80s every time I do. And in this case, that's a good thing! 
Eva Trends Girl in the City Sweater

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If you want to check out Eva Trends, you can save 10% off your entire order by using Code MM10. If you love graphic sweaters, you'll be very happy you did. But there is so much more, from embroidered pants to the most beautiful, unique dresses and cardigans.

Questions: Did you ever own a graphic shirt or sweater? What items from way back when do you still think about today? 

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