Introducing the Chaos Jumper


There is a bit of back story with this style.

 

We are a fairly new brand that loves knitwear, colour and bold statements. That being said we didn’t realise when we decided to bring this style into the range that we would be in our third lockdown and still trying to get through a global pandemic.

 

We actually cancelled the style when we Covid hit as we thought that it may be a bit too on the nose for our liking. Navigating getting our deliveries in and your orders out as well as designing a new range you will love under the restrictions was a very new experience.

 Chaos Jumper

But then we just thought, why the hell not! Things do feel a bit chaotic right now for everyone and sometimes you just need your clothes to reflect how you’re feeling.

Made with all - natural fibres for warmth and softness, we blended cashmere and merino to give you that luxurious cosy feeling wherever you happen to be.

Remember that although all of our knitwear is machine washable, we advise on a cold setting or no warmer than 30 degrees.

Natural knitwear should always be dried flat so as to avoid stretching your jumper out.

After every wash use a pilling comb to rid your jumper of the small balls of fibres that occurs in natural yarns.

For more on how to care for your Iggy & Burt Jumpers head over to our knitwear guide.

 Buy Now, £80.00

 

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