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Co. Cashmere Mockneck Jumper - Brown
Co.
Cashmere Mockneck Jumper - Brown
£825£519(35% off)
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Co. Cashmere Turtleneck Jumper - Grey
Co.
Cashmere Turtleneck Jumper - Grey
£425£212(50% off)
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Co. Roll Neck Cashmere Jumper - Grey
Co.
Roll Neck Cashmere Jumper - Grey
£696£348(50% off)
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Co. Jumper And Scarf Set - Grey
Co.
Jumper And Scarf Set - Grey
£825Sold out
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Co. Roll Neck Jumper - Natural
Co.
Roll Neck Jumper - Natural
£837Sold out
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Co. Cashmere Blend Wool Jumper - White
Co.
Cashmere Blend Wool Jumper - White
£653Sold out
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Co. Crepe Turtleneck Top - Green
Co.
Crepe Turtleneck Top - Green
£515Sold out
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Co. High-neck Wool-blend Jumper - Grey
Co.
High-neck Wool-blend Jumper - Grey
£680Sold out
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Co. Turtleneck Jumper - White
Co.
Turtleneck Jumper - White
£643Sold out
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Give your knitwear collection an instant upgrade with on-trend additions from Co.. Co. takes particular care in sourcing the finest materials for its range of knitwear, so expect pieces made from wool. Everything by Co. will seamlessly integrate into your existing wardrobe. Exceedingly versatile and free from any trend-driven details, the Co.'s collection offers an easy way to refresh your wardrobe. Regular care and maintenance will help keep wool in its original condition for longer. To help keep your wool knitwear in excellent condition for years to come, we would advise checking each item’s care label for specific washing instructions before attempting to launder. One of the worst things you can do to wool garments is to wash them in hot water or tumble dry, as high temperatures can cause the fabric to shrink quickly. Most wool clothing can also be dry cleaned safely. Some wool pieces, such as a suit, blazer or coat, would benefit from spot cleaning. For wool that is suitable for washing, use a pH neutral detergent and select a gentle cycle on the machine with a temperature of 30°C or less to mimic the actions of traditional hand washing. To minimize the risk of shrinkage, it is advised to soak in cold water before you put in the machine. Never put your knitwear in the tumble dryer, instead leave to air dry flat on a dry towel. To ensure a silky, smooth appearance to your wool garment, iron inside-out on a low temperature setting, ideally when it is still damp. To snap up the most popular pieces to wear this season and the next, shop Co.'s selection today.