Näz | Wool turtleneck jumper violet - recycled cashmere, extra-fine wool and viscose Birla - made in Portugal
The Edith turtleneck jumper is crafted from a 100% recycled blend of cashmere and Birla viscose sourced from pre and post-consumer waste, this sweater isn't just cozy; it's a statement of responsible fashion.
Wrap yourself in the warmth of our Edith Jumper and experience unparalleled comfort, style, and eco-consciousness.
This turtleneck jumper is made from a mix of post-consumer recycled cashmere, extra-fine wool and polyamide. It also features Viscose Birla, a more sustainable alternative to regular viscose.
Available colors: violet and off-white.
Material: 40% viscose Birla, 30% polyamide, 25% wool, 5% cashmere; GRS certified. Italian wool - Zo-ma is an Italian yarn maker that specializes in the production of pre and post-consumer recycled yarn, creating innovative and high quality yarns.
Model is 168 cm and is wearing a size S; slightly oversized with a regular length and foldable cuffs.
Designed and made in Portugal with Italian wool.
30 degrees hand wash or machine wash delicate cycle inside out and in a laundry bag.
To machine wash your “hand-wash only” items at home, turn them inside out and slip them into a mesh bag designed to hold delicates during a wash. Machine wash them on cold with a mild detergent, using the gentlest cycle available. Remove your garments from the machine as soon as the cycle ends, and lay them flat to dry.
To hand wash, use a clean sink or basin. Fill the tub with cold water and add a small amount of a mild detergent, like Woolite. Mix until the water appears sudsy. Dip your clothing in and out of the mixture until it's saturated, then gently agitate it in the water, rubbing any soiled areas softly with your fingers to spot clean them.
When you feel confident that the garment is clean, empty the sink or basin and fill it with cold water, this time without soap. Dip the item in and out of the water until it's no longer soapy.
To dry the garment, lay it on a towel. Roll up the towel with the clothing inside, squeezing gently to remove water. Unroll the towel and move the garment to a drier area of the towel.