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Orwell + Austen True Colours Jumper – Navy

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The ‘True Colours’ sweater has been designed with Kat Farmer (super star blogger @doesmybumlook40) and is influenced by Kat’s favourite 80’s Cyndi Lauper pop classic of the same name. The lyrics of that song have a special meaning for Kat and make her think of her son who has Aspergers and ADHD. In her words, the lyrics “describe how [I] feel as a mother of a child with Aspergers and ADHD who often doesn’t fit in a society that can be intolerant with a lack of understanding and compassion”. A donation of 25% of the profits from the sale of this sweater on our website, will go to a charity chosen by Kat – The National Autistic Society. Also available in green, please all to order 0800 484 0080.

• • Round neck jumper in navy blue
• Features pale yellow intarsia slogan ‘True Colours’
• Off-white and yellow detailing at cuff
• Fabric: Cashmere and wool blend
• Sizing: This is a fitted style. Size up if in doubt: S (UK 8-10) M (UK 12-14) L (UK 16)
• Care Instructions: See Additional Information

Wear this fabulous jumper with your favourite jeans from >Paige and some jewellery from Sif Jakobs for instant cool elegance.

Brand information

Orwell + Austen

Orwell + Austen is the go to brand for fresh inventive knitwear with a playful contemporary twist. The brand philosophy is to create wearable, simple – yet special – everyday pieces from high quality natural materials combining classic shapes and cuts, with playful colours and detailing. Working closely with their carefully selected manufacturers, Orwell + Austen ensure that their pieces are made to the highest possible standard using finest quality natural cashmere, wool, silk and cotton. ‘The True Colours’ jumper designed by (super star blogger @doesmybumlook40) to raise awareness of Autism and the National Autistic Society is no exception.

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Additional information

Care Instructions

Orwell + Austen manufacturer’s guidelines state that your jumper can be washed in the washing machine, on a delicate/cold wash, using a detergent specifically designed for delicate fabrics.
However, as washing machines may vary, we would recommend – to be on the safe side – hand washing the sweaters, to ensure they have a long and happy life with you!
Machine Washing:
• Place your cashmere items in a mesh washing bag to protect them from snagging and tangling.
• Follow the instructions on the bottle of the detergent to know how much product is needed to wash cashmere in your machine.
• Air dry flat.
Hand washing:
• Use the recommended amount of fine-garment detergent and briskly run your hand through the water to distribute the detergent and generate suds
• Wash inside out and submerge the sweater, gently squeezing the suds through it.
• Spot treat any problem areas with a squirt of neat detergent and massage gently with fingertips
• Rinse and repeat where necessary and allow the sweater to soak for 10 minutes.
• Rinse your sweater with cool water until the water rinses clear.
• Gently press water out and place it lengthwise on a clean, dry bath towel. Roll up the towel and press with your palms to squeeze out excess water – do not wring or twist.
• Remove the sweater from the towel and smooth it out into its original shape.
• Lay the sweater flat on a dry towel and allow it air-dry

Pilling
Contrary to popular belief, pilling on cashmere is not a sign of poor quality or a design fault. The pilling is a natural characteristic of the long fibres and can be easily removed using a cashmere comb, electric depiller or a sweater stone. Avoid depilling precious cashmere pieces too often as this may result in holes.