Brooks Brothers® Merino Wool Sleeveless Scoop Neck Sweater Shell -
Brooks Brothers® Merino Wool Sleeveless Scoop Neck Sweater Shell
A tailored look in luxurious merino wool! From Brooks Brothers, this engaging sleeveless shell boasts subtle ribbing around scoop neckline, bottom opening and arm opening. Perfect for layering, this versatile design is perfect when dressed up or dressed down.
- Black - Jet black
- Coral - Soft rose pink coral
Made of 100% merino wool. Made in China. Dry clean only.
Small: Bust: 32-1/2", Center Back: 23-1/2"
Medium: Bust: 34-1/2", Center Back: 24"
Large: Bust: 37-1/2", Center Back: 24-1/2"
XL: Bust: 40-1/2", Center Back: 25"
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About the Collection
Brooks Brothers® — the iconic American brand — has been crafting classic apparel and accessories for nearly two centuries. As both makers and merchants, the brand's timeless and sophisticated appeal has shaped American fashion though innovation, exceptional quality and personal service.
Since 1818, Brooks Brothers® has dressed everyone from presidents to Hollywood legends. The women's collection shown on ShopHQ features elegant handbags, luxuriously soft wraps, chic silk scarves and the tailored, non-iron miracle dress shirt Brooks Brothers® has become known for. Brooks Brothers® continues to uphold its reputation as an institution based on heritage, value, a commitment to quality and extraordinary customer relationships.
About the Guest
Amy Tara Koch is style expert, journalist, author and all around fashion aficionado. She has worked some of the nation's most iconic fashion and lifestyle magazines and has appeared on a variety of national and news entertainment programs. Amy has also contributed to a variety of high-profile publications and currently works as a columnist for the Huffington Post Style.