You know who was on the cover of the initial issue of Ms. magazine (ed. note: the one-shot insert in New York magazine, not the first full-length issue)? That’s right. Wonder Woman. She shared the cover with blurbs for articles by Gloria Steinem and about Simone De Beauvoir. And, um, an article entitled “Body Hair: The Last Frontier.” Presumably, not to be confused with The Final Frontier. Yep. The ’70s were good for Wonder Woman. Well, it’s debatable in her own comic books of the era, but when she branched out she was spectacular and memorable.
This sweater features 70s-style Wonder Woman designs on both the front and the back, and stars spangled down the sleeves. 100% acrylic, you can toss it in the washing machine but remember to dry it flat or you may experience sweater shrinkage.
- Wonder Woman Ladies’ Knit Sweater
- Officially-licensed Wonder Woman merchandise
- Materials: 100% acrylic
- Care Instructions: Machine wash cold. Lay flat to dry.
|Chest||38 in.||40 in.||42 in.||44 in.||46 in.|
|Waist||34 1/2 in.||36 1/2 in.||38 1/2 in.||40 1/2 in.||42 1/2 in.|
|Sleeve Length||27 1/4 in.||28 in.||28 3/4 in.||29 1/2 in.||30 1/4 in.|
|Body Length||49 in.||51 in.||53 in.||55 in.||57 in.|