Goss Moor Jumper
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Goss Moor Jumper



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80% Cotton, 20% Linen

Our Goss Moor Jumper is a relaxed fitting smock-inspired style jumper in cool and comfortable cotton linen slub yarn. Basket stitch gives it a beautiful texture, enhanced by the rib detailing on the neckline, cuffs and hem. It's finished with a flattering boat neck and half sleeves. This slightly shorter style finishes at mid-hip, so it's perfect with skirts and our linen trousers with roll-over jersey waistbands.

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Average customer rating 5 out of 5, based on 2 reviews.

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Colour Issue

I absolutely agree with the other reviews. Fabulous sweater. I am quite short, only 5 foot and I love the cropped, boxy style, which I find flattering. One thing I have to say. I live in France and have no access to your lovely shops. I am dependent on your website for descriptions and photos. The colour of the sweater looks coral on a leaflet I had sent to me and more rust on the website. Both colours I like. When it actually arrived I discover it is bright red. Unfortunately red does not really suit me.
Please can we have truer images on the website. It is such a lovely style. I would like the option to buy it in other shades.

Posted by  •  21st May 2018

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Gorgeous jumper!

I bought this jumper in the St Ives Seasalt store and it's absolutely gorgeous. I love the vivid colour. It hangs beautifully and the three-quarter length sleeves are a lovely feature. The linen mix is warm without being too heavy. I've worn it over the short-sleeved Mill Pool dress and crops and it's perfect. Destined to be a favourite for years. More like this please!

Posted by  •  24th April 2018

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