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Description

Arrow's shrug is made from a light;cozy fabric so it's perfect for layering over camisoles or dresses. It's detailed in a ribbed knit with ribbed trims;an open front and three-quarter sleeves. Style yours over a top and mini skirt.
Brand
Arrow
Product Code
APPARROW-BLUE-VARVI7636577BA8E428
Color
Blue
Size
L
Material
Viscose
Occasion
Casual
Length
Regular
Pattern
Solid
Type
Shrugs
Gender
Women
Set Contents
1
Wash Care
Gentle Wash
Style Code
9YDRXMXL8AR
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Is that big black bird a crow or a raven? How can you tell? Ravens (seen right here) often travel in pairs, while crows (left) are seen in larger groups. Also, study the tail as the bird flies overhead. A crow's tail is shaped like a fan, while the raven's tail appears wedge-shaped. Another clue is to listen closely to the birds' calls. Crows give a cawing sound, but ravens produce a lower croaking sound. To learn more about crows and ravens, you can visit All About Birds. Or, get information when you take a class from your local Audubon society.

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