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Alpine Cardigan

Alpine Cardigan

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Regular price £229.00 GBP
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Care Guide

To care for your woollen garments, hand-washing is recommended over dry cleaning.

Use liquid hand soap, not regular detergent, in lukewarm water for a 5-minute soak. Gently squeeze, don't rub, the garment.

Rinse in warm water with a bit of almond oil for fragrance and wool restoration.

Afterward, roll the damp garment in a towel to remove excess water, reshape, and dry it flat on a clean towel, away from direct heat sources.

Ensure the garment is completely dry before storing it.

Find out more about Knitwear care, here.

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This ERIBÉ bestseller showcases a timeless classic with a contemporary twist. The design features a modern reinterpretation of the Scottish Fairisle yoke pattern, accentuated by tweed detailing around the rib hems. Our meticulously prepared colors, a process spanning months, introduce a rich palette with fresh colorways every year. For added warmth or a perfect fit for longer arms, the extra-long cuffs are a thoughtful touch.

This front-opening cardigan is not only stylish but also practical, lined with grosgrain ribbon to secure the mother of pearl shell buttons. Elevate your wardrobe with ERIBÉ, where tradition meets modern elegance.

Knitted in 96% soft merino wool, and 4% responsible angora to add a touch of luxury around the yoke only.

The shape and sizing is slim fit, with a slight shaped waist.

Please see size guide for UK / EU / US sizing. If you enjoy a looser fit, please choose the next size up.

Knitted in the EU by our small family run factory

The yarn is spun in Yorkshire, North England

Matching accessories are available (Made in Scotland)

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