Introducing our limited edition and highly anticipated range of handknitted jumpers. Made from superfine Merino Wool grown on Lutruwita Country [Tasmania], this new Weekly Essential staple provides both unparalleled comfort and style. Featuring a subtle balloon shaped sleeve with generous ribbing around the wrist and waist, this jumper can be worn slightly oversized or semi fitted, depending on your personal preference.
The luxurious bouclé yarn used in its creation was carefully selected for its premium quality, ensuring a garment that feels supremely soft against the skin and provides exceptional insulation during colder months. Meticulously handmade by skilled artisans in India, these jumpers are a true testament to timeless luxury and artisanal craftsmanship. This product has full transparency from paddock to production, review our Supply Chain tab for more details.
If you are unsure of sizing, please make an appointment to come and try on in our Coreprêt Studio. Ensure you store your jumper correctly to avoid any damage by unwanted pests. You can refer to our Care Guide here on how to extend the life of this product.
Anai normally wears a size 8 to 10. She is 173cm cm tall with a 70cm waist and 93cm bust. Anai is wearing a size Small in this style, but this jumper can be worn slightly oversized or semi fitted, depending on your personal preference. Please refer to the measurements in our Size Guide.
100% Super Fine Merino Wool grown by White Gum Wool on Lutruwita Country [Tasmania]
Coreprêt care labels - 100% Cotton, Eason Biz
Coreprêt size tabs are made from 100% GOTS certified Organic Cotton, sourced and produced by Britannia, India.
Coreprêt designer labels are made from 100% rPet (recycled plastic) designed and produced by Avery Dennison, China.
Care + Storage
We recommend hand wash only or spot clean with cold water and mild, scent free washing soap Do not bleach or use any harsh chemicals when laundering Iron on reverse using minimal steam Naturally freshen up your garment by hanging it in a well ventilated space out of direct sunlight to avoid over washing Wool is unique in that it does not need frequent washing, consider brushing the surface to remove any residual dirt Due to the finesse of this Merino, pilling will occur initially and then stop. Invest in a quality small comb to remove pilling and over time the wool will settle
Store in a sealed plastic bag or tub with cedar balls to protect from unwanted clothes moths.
We are pleased to offer a flat rate of $10AUD for Standard Shipping within Australia/New Zealand with our carbon neutral sender, Sendle. Delivery timeframe is 4-6 working days from date of dispatch. For International orders, a flat rate of $30AUD for Standard Shipping applies, with a delivery timeframe of 6-14 working days from date of dispatch.
All orders are packed and shipped in 100% home compostable mailers (including the sticker) and wrapped in FSC certified tissue paper that uses soy based ink on all printed material.
Please note that the delivery timeframes are estimates and do not take into account processing time or any current postal delays due to Covid-19.
We will happily accept returns of full-priced items that meet our returns policy guidelines within 7 days of receiving your online order. For full terms and conditions please see our Shipping & Returns page.
Grown on Lutruwita Country [Tasmania] by White Gum Wool - NewMerino Certified
Scoured [cleaned; removing the grease, lanolin and dust] by Canterbury Wool. Christchurch, New Zealand
Spun by Design Spun Ltd. Napier, New Zealand
Dyed by Geelong Dye House using low impact dyes [Black colourway]
White Gum Wool ensures a no slaughter policy (including rams) where sheep are able to live out their life until their natural death, allowing for an intergenerational flock. The sheep are non-mulesed, part of a regenerative farming system and are well cared for, producing some of the finest Merino in the world. We would encourage you to visit the White Gum Wool website to learn more about their processes.
NewMerino® Chain of Custody is an independent audit system that certifies the production system as sustainable, using holistic management guidelines, and also traces the journey of the yarn from the farm, through scouring by Canterbury Wool Scourers and milling by Design Spun. Nan Bray maintains ownership of the fibre throughout the process, ensuring that the yarn bought is made from the White Gum Wool sheep.