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Denim & Co. Pointelle Jumper
Item Number: 405334
QVC Price £45.00
Todays Special Value Price £34.98
P&P £3.95

Slip on this timeless jumper from Denim & Co. and go about your day in comfort. Made from a tactile, textured knit and featuring a pretty pointelle design, this is a jumper that will wrap you in softness while ensuring ultimate wearability thanks to its stylish look. Whether you're pairing it with jeans and trainers for a casual day out or dressing it up with a skirt and loafers, this knit is versatile enough to complement any ensemble.
For the changing seasons - one for your spring wardrobe, this jumper can be layered over tops or under coats during cooler days, or worn alone when the weather is milder. Its relaxed fit and cotton rich fabric adds to its appeal, making it a comfortable option for travel, leisure and work.
Stripes, brights and a classic - fan of a print? Then take your pick from two striped options, Cream Stripe or Navy Stripe, and embrace those nautical vibes. Or, if you’re looking to add more vibrancy to your spring and summer wardrobe, choose Bright Red or Green. Prefer a classic? You can’t go wrong with Navy.
  • Long sleeves
  • Relaxed fit
  • Round neckline
  • Machine washable at 30C
  • 54% cotton, 46% acrylic
Colour options:
  • Cream Stripe
  • Bright Red
  • Green
  • Navy
  • Navy Stripe
Garment measurements:
  • Chest: XS: 95.3cm (37.5"), S: 100.3cm (39.5"), M: 105.4cm (41.5"), L: 111.8cm (44"), XL: 119.4cm (47"), 2XL: 129.5cm (51"), 3XL: 139.7cm (55")
  • Length: XS: 58.7cm (23.1"), S: 59.4cm (23.4"), M: 60cm (23.6"), L: 61cm (24"), XL: 62.2cm (24.5"), 2XL: 64.1cm (25.3"), 3XL: 66.4cm (26.1")
All measurements are approximate

It's what I'd have called "a bit Molly" back in the day! It was the word youngsters used describe something that was frumpy in the 70's/80's

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