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A Hobbit’s Luck

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by Emma Elwin on 21 April, 2018

This second hand beauty of a sweater from Vestiaire Collective first landed in Lisa’s wardrobe. But since the knit had unfortunately been washed and shrunken quite a bit before she got it, it didn’t fit her. So, this is one of the few times in life when I’m actually happy about being hobbit-sized. I got to try the sweater and sure, it’s a bit short in the sleeves, but other than that it fits perfectly. How lucky am I?


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