“Lovely light feel and hangs perfectly.
Easy to throw on with jeans and looks fab.”

Jane

  

 

Harriet Star Jumper

£85

In stock

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

Stars are a hush favourite and this super soft lightweight knit won't dissapoint. With a star outline, this knit is great for layering over basics and can be perfectly paired with jeans or joggers.

•Unique side star print.

•Loose fit. Try your usual size.

•Round neck with long sleeves.

•Model is 5'9" and wears size S.

Fabric & Care

•Lightweight knit.

•58% Cotton, 42% Modal.

•Length 61cm (size S).

•Cool hand wash.

•Do not tumble dry. Flat dry only.

•Cool iron on reverse.

Reviews
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"This jumper is gorgeous, lovely light knit, hopefully it will wash well! Sizing is pretty good, I am a 12-14 and the M fits nicely, not baggy and not too snug. Will be wearing this over my Piper dress for Summer evenings and with the short harem trousers as in the pictures. And the denim pencil skirt, in fact with just about everything!"

Posted by Carin  /  30th April 2017

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"This is a lovely soft fabric and has a good cut. I love the unique placement of the star at the side. I've worn this jumper twice so far and had compliments on it both times. It washes well too. Although it was expensive, definitely a good investment."

Posted by Angela  /  12th April 2017

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"Costs a bit but well worth it. Lovely light feel and hangs perfect. Easy top to throw on with jeans and looks fab. Keep doing the stars."

Posted by Jane  /  30th March 2017

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"Expensive, but the price is reflected in the unique styling and fine yarn of this garment. A wonderful item of clothing that I love to wear."

Posted by Annabelle  /  27th February 2017

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"Agree with previous review, this does seem overpriced! But I like it so I have kept it and hope it wears well."

Posted by Pam  /  4th February 2017