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August 20, 2018 1 min read

As Summer quickly comes to an end, we witness, as new Fall fashion trends emerge, pushing the boundaries of what some may call traditional. However, in 2018, the Gucci Hoodie just might be the Fall mainstay so many of us overlook.

Of course, hoodies may not be the first thing you think of when you hear Gucci has a new hit statement piece, but that is all about to change. Over the past few years we've seen street styles and artists embraced by high end fashion houses and designer brands alike. Earlier this year, Gucci collaborated with the Harlem legend himself Dapper Dan for a capsule collection that's been all the buzz this summer. 

We say all that to say Gucci has found its groove in synthesizing high quality design with chic and sleek looks. This puts their hoodies at a level most competitors only wish to achieve. They've entered the arena in which street labels like Supreme and OFF-White have dominated for years. Although we've seen hoodie-esque sweaters by Gucci designed in the past, it's the first time we're seeing such an explicit derivation meant for the streets. 

Back to the product. So what are a couple of our favorite Gucci hoodies of 2018 you may ask? Here's a few we think you'll love.






Grey Logo Hoodie



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