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1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing

1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing
1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing (image credit: AGC)
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A hugely popular design, the 1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing returns in original white and plenty of other shades too.

1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing
(image credit: AGC)

 

You might recall how popular the red and blue variation was a while back – one of the big-hitters in the Art Gallery Clothing range. Off the back of that, AGC brought back the original with navy and mustard stripes for a short while, and now, after a break, it has brought back both of the above, as well as some darker shades too. Not everyone wants a white top, not least for practical reasons.

1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing
(image credit: AGC)

 

The Goldhawk is a gem of a piece too, especially now the warm weather has arrived. When it does heat up, a top like this more than earns its keep.

1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing
(image credit: AGC)

 

As the headline says, this is a waffle-knit top, offered in the two off-white variants I mentioned above, as well as black, blue, and navy blue, each with appropritately contrasting stripes.

1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing
(image credit: AGC)

 

Each has the same short sleeves, plus a crew neck and what’s described as a ‘relaxed’ fit. Contrasting collar and cuffs on all but the black one too.

1960s-style Goldhawk waffle knit by Art Gallery Clothing
(image credit: AGC)

 

Available now for a price of £59, but if you use the code agcmodculture you get a further 10 per cent off. I’ll have some more new summer designs on the site from Art Gallery Clothing, so do keep an eye out for those as well.

Find out more at the Art Gallery Clothing website

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