The NEAT - Charcoal

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Made in the British IslesMade in the British Isles
100% Scottish-spun lamb’s wool100% Scottish-spun lamb’s wool
Hand-linked and hand-finishedHand-linked and hand-finished

"Jumper cut heaven. Comfortable and classic. "
VOGUE

The everyday hero. A refined classic, the NEAT with a slimmer silhouette with an elegant round neck. Made in the British Isles. Square set sleeves and 100% superfine Scottish-spun complete its enduring simplicity. A bestselling shape when we first launched, we had to bring it back.

We recommend airing as the best way to look after your knit. That's why we started a club. A Wash Less, Air More Club. We'd love you to join us.

To help manage any pilling, add a complimentary wool comb at checkout.

Our knitwear comes with its own organic cotton bag and is shipped in boxes made from post-consumer waste in the UK.

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The Design

A gentle slim fit jumper, with set in sleeve ensures this style exudes elegance with just the right proportion. Channel a Katherine Hepburn vibe and tuck into high-waist trousers or pair with a skirt for that polished autumn look we crave. 

To help with fit and longevity, this piece has been knitted tightly with a cuff and rib hem that will gradually ease and soften with wear. 

Made in the UK, this is a fully-fashioned knitted jumper, meaning that there is very little yarn wastage. It's knitted in a mid-weight 7 gauge. 

The jumpers are finished with organic cotton care labels and sealed in organic cotton bags. 

The finest Scottish-spun wool

Our superfine wool arrives in Scotland by boat once a year, sourced from a special breed of sheep in South Africa.

With a fibre diameter of c. 18.5 microns, it is one of the world's finest and softest Lambs Wools. (Most average 21-24 microns). We have knitted this style into a luxurious 7 gauge jumper. 

The wool arrives in Scotland by boat where it is spun and dyed on the banks of Loch Leven in Kinross by Todd & Duncan, one of the finest Scottish Mills which has been spinning yarn for 150+ years. 

85% of the dyes used by Todd & Duncan are organic and the water used for washing and dyeing the wool is cleaned and purified before being returned to Loch Leven to be used again. It is a pioneering and cyclical process that helps to protect the environment in and around the loch. 

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