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1980s Lyle & Scott x Stuarts London v-neck sweaters

1980s Lyle & Scott x Stuarts London v-neck sweaters
1980s Lyle & Scott x Stuarts London v-neck sweaters (image credit: Stuarts of London)
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Going back almost 40 years and these were everywhere. Now the 1980s Lyle & Scott x Stuarts London v-neck sweaters are back.

1980s Lyle & Scott x Stuarts London v-neck sweaters
(image credit: Stuarts of London)

 

Of course, they weren’t a collaboration with Stuarts of London back then. The retailer, which is well-known for its heritage labels, has played a part in bringing them back. And I’m glad they have done too.

1980s Lyle & Scott x Stuarts London v-neck sweaters
(image credit: Stuarts of London)

 

It’s a look of an era, but these old school sweaters are also practical pieces too. Ok, we might be coming into the warmer weather, but they are built to last and to be honest, how many really warm days do we ever get each year? That’s right. Everyone needs a couple of sweaters.

1980s Lyle & Scott x Stuarts London v-neck sweaters
(image credit: Stuarts of London)

 

A reissue of a 1980s design, this one has the original large golden eagle logo on the chest, as well as returning in 1980s shades for the colour options. You can see all of those here.

1980s Lyle & Scott x Stuarts London v-neck sweaters
(image credit: Stuarts of London)

 

So retro appeal a massive selling point. Should be warm though, with each of the limited-edition sweaters made of merino wool. Talking of construction. each has the v-neck, rope weave detailing around the neck and arms and ‘chunky’ ribbed trims alongside the logo.

1980s Lyle & Scott x Stuarts London v-neck sweaters
(image credit: Stuarts of London)

 

If you want one, all are available now. selling for £129 each. Not that there are alludes argyle vests and polo shirts in the same range too.

Find out more at the Stuarts of London website

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