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Crane & Lion’s Wrap Sweater

by Megan Hill

Dec 2, 2015

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The Crane & Lion brand offers a lovely mix of style and comfort, with clothing options from fitness items to pieces with a more dressy-casual flair. Among the standouts in the so-called Lifestyle line is the wrap sweater, an elegant garment that hangs long, nearly to one’s calves, and can be worn several different ways.


As advertised, the sweater can also be used as a travel blanket, but potential buyers should note the fabric is a bit on the thin side, so it’s really more of a cosmetic garment than a practical one used for warmth. Still, it’s a gorgeous piece of clothing, and one that can instantly dress up a casual outfit while also providing comfort.


The sweater is made of 40 percent viscose, 40 percent rayon and 20 percent cotton, so it drapes nicely and is extremely soft. And, thankfully, it’s machine washable, so you don’t have to worry about hauling it to the dry cleaners or ruining it in your home machine.


The sweater comes in warm colors like black; caribou, a medium tan tone; micro chip, a light gray; and a lovely zinfandel. Crane & Lion has a great policy where they suggest you buy more than one garment if you’re not sure what size you need, and returns and exchanges can occur without any cost to the buyer. Overall, it’s a great brand with plenty of enticing options.



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