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The clip opens with Bay in a sparkling crew neck sweater and his band playing on an Ed Sullivan Show type of broadcast playing in the living room of a quiet suburban home.
Meghan paired the skirt with cream crew neck sweater from Victoria Beckham.
Once aware the Spurs guard was a fan, HBO sent Paul Curb Your Enthusiasm crew necks and hats in addition to the hoodie.
The skinny jeans rings up at a cool $1,475, while the crew neck sweatshirt will set you back $1,225.
Every woman needs a simple white sweater this time of year, like the wool top with a crew neck by Victoria Beckham chosen by the former Suits star.
The beyond-elegant style was midi-length, with sleeves to the elbows and a crew neck—and also completely sheer, embellished only with gorgeous, 1920s-esque beading in black and silver bars across the chest, hips, and calves.
The store's selection, according to XXL Mag, includes the latest Golf Wang clothing from its fall and winter 2017 collection -- tees, hoodies, crew neck sweaters, puffy jackets, long sleeve tees, snapbacks, bags and socks.
The humble gray crew neck sweatshirt helped Steve McQueen escape in The Great Escape, cemented John Travolta’s heartthrob status in Grease, and made Eddie Murphy a badass in Beverly Hills Cop.
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Origin and Etymology of crew neck
First Known Use: 1939See Words from the same year
CREW NECK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of crew neck for English Language Learners
: a plain, round neck on a T-shirt, sweater, etc.
: a sweater with a crew neck
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