The Lambswool Ribbed Sweater

Warm sweater for the winter season

Today we introduce The Lambswool Ribbed Sweater by ZUCCa.

Sweater weather is here. And with its unique design and fine quality, this Zucca pull is the perfect addition to your capsule wardrobe of meaningful clothing. Warm but stylish. And, most of all, made to last. A piece of timeless fashion.

We selected some beautiful and uncommon sweaters among the fall/ winter fashion proposals. Not the things you find everywhere, of course. This one is classic with a modern twist. Indeed it features some design points that make it unique.

Discover the winter ribbed sweater

About the design
Pullover wool knit with long ribs and a three-dimensional colour pattern. Round neck, maxi cuffs, and asymmetric hemline are all detailed by long ribs. Also, a three-dimensional motif plus contrasting piping along the wrist. Dropped shoulders, comfortable fit. The silhouette is classic but modern.

The Lambswool Ribbed Sweater
The Lambswool Ribbed Sweater – ZUCCa

About the material
100% lambswool – thick and with good elasticity.
Made from high-quality pedigree lambs raised in southern Australia. The wool is light, soft and of good quality. Both spinning and manufacturing are made in Japan.

About the colour
Dark red with grey piping: a refined matt hue with delicate contrast detailing. Elegant and easy to match.

Dry cleaning.

Styling options
A unique design, warm and cosy. For an impeccable office style, pair The Lambswool Ribbed Sweater with black pants. But it looks really good with white trousers or jeans, too. And the colour is easy to match with the clothes in your wardrobe. Also, it gives an elegant and stylish image even to your casual weekend outfits.

International shipping available

We are based in Milano, but we ship our niche fashion selection #formodernhumans everywhere.

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