Collared Slouch Jumper
• 100% Geelong wool
• Rolled edges
• Shawl collar for styling versatility
• Made in Europe
Effortless winter style is a few clicks away with our collared slouch jumper. Created in 100% Geelong wool with a super-fine touch, this piece offers a silky handle with a lightweight feel, keeping you warm without weighing you down.
This versatile piece features rolling at the hem and cuffs, plus a drapey shawl-style collar that you can arrange to suit your style.
Try it with tonal jeans to splash a lighter hue on gloomy days or pull it on over a Breton stripe for creative layering.
Made with 100% Geelong Wool: One of the most sought-after lambswools in the world, Geelong boasts a fine softness that rivals cashmere for its sheer luxury. This 100% natural fibre is breathable and lightweight and is carefully carded as it's spun to ensure it traps air and creates that inimitable featherlight cosiness.
Fully traceable guaranteed non-mulesed Geelong wool.
SIZE & FIT
- Length: 58cm
- Sizes: S (8–10), M (12–14), L (16–18)
- Model usually wears UK 8, US 4
- Height: 5’9”
- Wearing size Small here
Celtic & Co. design and create enduring contemporary pieces using the finest natural fibres because they are renewable, sustainable and a pleasure to wear. Our heritage and expertise is in crafting sheepskin, we’ve been making sheepskin slippers, boots and accessories in Cornwall for over 30 years.
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