Gabrielle Union Not-So-Sneakily Wore One of Dwyane Wade's Cardigans

She admitted to "stealing" the look in an Instagram Story post.

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You probably didn't need one more reason to believe that Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade are couple goals, but here it is: the two share clothes. And, if that wasn't enough to get you behind the famous duo, they share clothes from affordable retailers. People reports that Union was spotted in a striped beige cardigan while she was in New York City. In an Instagram Story, she shared that she'd stolen the look from Wade's closet and we have the pics to prove it. Wade wore the same striped cardigan for an appearance at the Fast Company Innovation Festival. Union wore the piece on Sept. 20 and Wade wore it the very next day.

Union wore hers with an all-black outfit and accessorized it with a green baguette bag. Wade wore a similar monochrome 'fit when he got the cardigan back, adding a chain necklace as a finishing touch.

“New favorite sweater stolen from @dwyanewade," Union wrote over her mirror selfie with the cardigan in question.



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People notes that the cardigan is from a special collection that the couple's friend and stylist Jason Bolden released in collaboration with JF J. Ferrar, a brand at JCPenney. The cardigan was originally $59.50 on JCPenney’s website, but is now on sale for $47.50 and is still available in every size from small to XXL. 

During their time together at the Fast Company event, Union spoke about the duo's product line, Proudly, which they established in April 2022. On its website, the brand is a self-described "affordable baby care brand founded by Gabrielle Union and Dwyane Wade to center the skincare needs of Black and brown babies."

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Eugene Gologursky/Getty Images for Fast Company

“When we started really looking at the ingredient story of some of the products that had been recommended by the hospital, by certain mom blogger groups — great for y’all, not great for us,” Union said. “And we were like, OK, we want to set out to create a company where our products are reaching the highest bar of safety.”

“Gab and I are like, ‘Hey, if we’re going to build something for the Black and brown community, we cannot outprice the community,’” Wade added. “There’s no point in doing that. Then we might as well not spend our time on this.”

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