1970 Mohair Jumper

£395.00 Size & Fit Guide
Sizing Measurements
SIZE XS S M L XL XXL
UK 6 8 10 12 14 16
US 2 4 6 8 10 12
IT 38 40 42 44 46 48
FR 34 36 38 40 42 44
DE 32 34 36 38 40 42
JP 5 7 9 11 13 15
KR
44 55 66 77 88 99
SIZELengthChestWaistSleeve
XS63565445
S64585646
M65615946
L66646246
XL67676546


 

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WHY WE LOVE THE 1970 Mohair Jumper

1970 gets the mohair treatment. Oversized, knitted in fine italian super kid mohair with 1970 intarsia. Ribbed hem, neck and cuffs.

58% Mohair 6% Wool 36% Polyamide, Dry Clean Only.

UK Standard Delivery

Royal Mail 1-2 Business Days | £6.50

Royal Mail 2-3 Business Days | £6.00

Free Next Day UK delivery on all orders over £250

UK Next Day Pre 12 Delivery

DPD | £10.00

UK Saturday Delivery (England and Wales only)

DPD | £12.00

EU Delivery

Economy and Express | £10.00 to £25.00

Worldwide Delivery

Economy and Express | £25.00 to £40.00

Returns
We can refund or exchange any Bella Freud product in new, unworn condition with its original tags and packaging within 14 days of delivery. Christmas shoppers? The returns period has been extended to 14th January for any orders placed between 15th November - 22nd December. Exchanges will be sent on a free UK standard, EU or Worldwide delivery.

Please check our Delivery & Returns page for further information.

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'While messing around on my photocopier I spied the date 1970 printed in the corner of a page of the book I was leafing through. I kept blowing it up, then cut it out and pinned it onto my black jumper. It had a rough charm that made me think of the early New York punk scene in the 70's, and Patti Smith.''

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While messing around on my photocopier I spied the date 1970 printed in the corner of a page of the book I was leafing through. I kept blowing it up, then cut it out and pinned it onto my black jumper. It had a rough charm that made me think of the early New York punk scene in the 70's, and Patti Smith.