Abi Greencash Maternity Jumper

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Camel

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Modelled by 23 weeks pregnant Coco.

A jumper to cherish throughout maternity and beyond, make Abi that cosy investment piece. It’s crafted in super soft Greencash - a responsible blend of recycled wool, cashmere, polyamide and Tencel™, so it’s eco-friendly too. Its side buttons allow room for your growing bump and its relaxed shape makes it the perfect partner to maternity jeans and leggings.

  • Crafted from 70% recycled fibres
  • Fully functioning buttoned seam details
  • Classic, relaxed fit
  • Wear during pregnancy and beyond

Sustainable Attributes:

Made in Europe
Low Impact
Low Water Use
Recycled Fibres
Ethically made
Low Carbon


Read about the fabric and care of this garment here

Read about our Isabella Oliver Sustainability Index here

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  • Details
    30% Recycled Wool, 30% Recycled Polyamide, 30% Tencel, 10% Recycled Cashmere
    Hand Wash Only
    Product Code: KW00009-CAM
    Back shoulder at neck to hem - 68cm (26 3/4")
    Sleeve length - 58cm (22 7/8")
    Click here for more sizing information
  • Delivery & Returns

    Delivery

    • Economy Delivery (3-7 working days) - FREE for UK orders over £99 (normally £3.95)
    • Standard Delivery (2-4 working days) - £4.95
    • Next Working Day Delivery (order before 3pm Monday - Thursday) - £6.95. Excludes Weekends and Bank Holidays.
    • International Delivery to over 120 countries available

    To find out more about all delivery information and timescales, click here.

     

    Returns

    Naturally we hope you’ll LOVE your purchase, but it’s alright to change your mind. We offer full returns on all unworn items returned with tags. 

    For Rental products, view the Returns information here.

    View the complete Returns Policy here.

  • Sustainability
    Recycled wool uses less chemicals and dyes. This blend contributes to a circular materials economy.
    Made in a small, family-run factory specializing in knitwear.
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What


We rate each product on its environmental and social impact. The higher the score (1 to 100), the more sustainable a product is for the planet and its people.



How


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Global Warming

84.5%
Minimising carbon emissions and contributions to Global Warming

Water Use

100%
Minimising the water needed for growing the fibres and producing this item

Resource Depletion

94%
Minimising the use of non-renewable resources, like petrol and inorganic elements

Eutrophication

99%
Minimising the unnatural accumulation of nutrients in bodies of water, to preserve balanced eco-systems

Use of Chemicals

92%
Minimising the chemicals used for growing and processing the material, and dyeing this item

Traceability

90%
The transparency of the supply chain for this item, from raw material to finished product

People's Wellbeing

80%
The impact of this item on the people needed to create it, from raw material to finished product