GUCCI Wool Silk Monogram Fringe Scarf Fuchsia


GUCCI Wool Silk Monogram Fringe Scarf Fuchsia

Item Condition: Excellent

Last Call 14% Off $315

We guarantee this is an authentic GUCCI Wool Silk Monogram Fringe Scarf Fuchsia or 100% of your money back. This sophisticated scarf is finely crafted of 80% wool and 20% silk, with a tonal Gucci GG monogram print in pink, and a fringe at either end. This is a stunning scarf with a stylish, one of a kind look, from Gucci!

Length: 77 in
Height: 28 in

Item #: 419935

Item Location: Carlsbad, California

Item Condition: Excellent

Other: Run(s)

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