Gucci V-Neck Wool Sweater

Gucci V-Neck Wool Sweater
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Equal measures of comfort and cool, this collegiate-inspired Gucci sweater will be an instant hit. A ribbed V-neck and embroidered emblem gives this luxurious wool piece a substantial feel, and ensures it’ll be the first thing you reach for when the temperature drops. For top marks, wear it over an open-neck shirt for a dressed-down day in the office.

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Navy wool sweater
Orange designer crest, ribbed trims
100% wool
Hand wash or dry clean
Made in Italy

$495

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