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Sale watch: 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 is now in the sale in most colours.

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. That’s the only shade that isn’t in the sale – although with the weather warming up, it’s probably still worth its original asking price.

But others are – including the original with navy and mustard stripes as well as some darker shades too. Because 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 appropriately 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 originally for £59 (which is still the price of the red and blue), you can now get the Goldhawk in most shades for £49. Sizes vary, but the most popular sizes seem to still be around.

Find out more at the Art Gallery Clothing website

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