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Breton Jumper

£75£55

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Pre-order items will be despatched as soon as they become available. Despatch dates are best estimates and may change. Often items may be sent sooner.

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Description

For an easy go-to outfit, stripes always save the day! This Breton Jumper combines soft cream with black and works well with your favourite jeans.

• A relaxed style that's true to size.

• Ribbed crew neck, cuff and hem.

• 3 buttons on one shoulder.

• Merino wool and cotton mix.

• Length 62cm (size S)

• Model is 5'9" and wears size S.

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Fabric & Care

• 55% Merino Wool, 45% Cotton.

• Cool hand wash.

• Do not tumble dry. Flat dry only.

• Cool iron on reverse.

• Dry cleanable.

Reviews
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"I'm really pleased with my first purchase from Hush. It's a good quality jumper that looks great with my jeans."

Posted by Adele  /  9th January 2017

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"As a stripe addict, this is the perfect jumper. Fabulous with jeans, Harem pants (from Hush, naturally) and skirts; a very versatile addition to my wardrobe. I am size 8/10 and 5'2", so i went for a XS which is perfect. Not too tight or too baggy."

Posted by Elsa  /  6th December 2016

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"Ordered this and the black C'est Si Bon sweatshirt. Love both, but this won me over. Looks fab with both jeans and trousers and can see me getting a lot from this piece. I am a 12 and the medium is perfect without being too sloppy. Excellent quality too, as you would expect."

Posted by Sharon  /  1st November 2016

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"Lovely jumper - parisien chic and a very good quality! I´m a size 10/12 and ordered medium. I´m 5´9", so quite tall and the jumper is very very short on the arms. A few centimeters would be necessary, in my opinion."

Posted by Elisabeth  /  22nd October 2016

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"Lovely jumper, but comes up very large - I am a 10/12 and the size small is still generous."

Posted by Lisa  /  10th October 2016