Bay Road Ruche V Neck Merino Top

Bay Road Ruche V Neck Merino Top
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Product Details

  • Add this new style Bay Road Merino to your favourite collection of Bay Road Merino tops.
  • This classic style V neck top has a' point of difference' detail and features a 1" wide neck trim which is gently ruched at intervals along it to soften the neck line.
  • A slightly deeper V Neck line enables you to wear it as a top or layer it up as a light weight jumper over a shirt.
  • Knitted in a 1x1 rib 100% Merino wool fabric which has great ease and a non-clinging fit.
  • Merino wool insulates the body from extremes of temperature change  which guarrantees you comfort and warmth.
  • Proudly New Zealand made by Weft Industries, these long lasting garments are a great wardrobe investment.
  • Machine washable following care instructions attached.
  • Available in Trinidad and Surf in sizes 8-20.

Sizing Information

  • Given this potential of variance, the the sizing chart below should be considered a guide or a suggestion, rather than absolute. Also, if you get the chance nothing beats trying things on (or if you already have a Bay Road check that for sizing instead), so feel free to come in and see us. If you can't make it in and have any further questions please give us a call or email, and we will do our best to help.
  • Other considerations for fitting include, whether you want your tops to fit loosely or would wear it over a blouse. If so we suggest that you get a size larger.
  •  Size
    • 8
    • 10
    • 12
    • 14
    • 16
    • 18
    • 20
    Chest/Bust measurement (approximate)
    • 82cm or 32 inches
    • 86cm or 34 inches
    • 90cm or 36 inches
    • 96cm or 38 inches
    • 100cm or 40 inches
    • 103cm or 41 inches
    • 106cm or 42 inches




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  • 4
    I haven't worn it yet as I purchased it for the coming winter.

    Posted by Jan on 1st Feb 2018

    It seems to be okay, although I didn't realize that it was the finer weave. I usually prefer a closer knit because I've had previous problems of Bay Road garments developing small holes.