Women's Linen/Cotton Colourblock Boatneck Jumper

Style # P_29679
Style # P_29679
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Women's Regular Linen/Cotton Colourblock Boatneck Jumper
Women's Regular Linen/Cotton Colourblock Boatneck Jumper
Main features
  • All natural cotton and linen blend
  • Easy, relaxed summer fit
  • Ribbed hem and cuffs
  • All-over tuck stitch adds texture
  • Longer length
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Cool, crisp, soft and comfortable
The all natural fibre blend of cotton and linen creates a perfect summer jumper. The cool, crispness of linen is softened by cotton, and both breathe wonderfully for comfort as you move from warm temps outside to air conditioning inside. A contemporary design in the texture stitch and colourblock stripes at the top keep your style on trend. And the boatneck is wonderfully feminine. 55% linen/45% cotton. Dry clean or hand wash.

Approx. length in Regular size M: 65.5cm/25½ins
 

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Women's Linen/Cotton Colourblock Boatneck Jumper
 
3.0

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3.0

Nice lightweight jumper for summer

By Greenhouse Girl

from Colchester

About Me Casual Dresser, Classic Dresser

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Lightweight

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Casual Wear
    • Holidays

    Comments about Women's Linen/Cotton Colourblock Boatneck Jumper:

    The fabric and interesting stitch make this a good summer sweater.
    However, the boatneck was too wide to suit me, and the coral/orange colours were more intense than I anticipated, so I returned it. I was sorry to do so as it is a nice garment.

    • Chest Size:
    • Feels true to size
    • Length:
    • Feels too long
    • Sleeve Length:
    • Feels too long

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