Did you know that fashion and comfort can be combined? This fleece crop sweatshirt is here to prove the point. The soft fabric feels extra soft to the touch, and the trendy cut with a ribbed neckline and raw hem comes right out of fashion magazines while still keeping it casual.
• 52% airlume combed and ring-spun cotton, 48% poly fleece
• Fabric weight: 6.5 oz/yd² (220.39 g/m²)
• Ribbed crew neckline and cuffs
• Dropped shoulder cut
• Cropped body with a raw hem
• Blank product sourced from Nicaragua
The harp has long been an important symbol of Ireland, with historical and cultural significance dating back to ancient times. The harp coat of arms is a well-known symbol of Ireland, and it has an interesting history.
The earliest use of the harp as a symbol of Ireland can be traced back to the 13th century. It is said that the harp was originally adopted as a symbol of the Irish people during the reign of Henry VIII. The harp became increasingly associated with Irish culture and identity over time, and it was eventually adopted as the official symbol of Ireland.
In the 17th century, the harp was officially recognized as the national symbol of Ireland. It was used on flags, banners, and other national emblems, and it became a central part of Irish identity and culture. The harp became so important that it was even incorporated into the design of Irish currency.
The harp coat of arms was first introduced in the 19th century, and it quickly became a popular symbol of Ireland. The coat of arms features a gold harp on a blue background, with a crown on top. The harp is said to represent the rich history and culture of Ireland, while the blue background symbolizes the country’s devotion to God.
Today, the harp coat of arms is still widely used as a symbol of Ireland. It can be seen on everything from government buildings to merchandise, and it is recognized around the world as a symbol of Irish culture and heritage.
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