Smoking JacketRegular price $580.00 Save $-580.00
This jacket in our Winter knit features a smoking jacket style flat upturned collar, which fastens with a hidden hook across the chest, to keep you warm and a large hand-finished square horn button at the waist. Smart or casual as with all our pieces and extremely versatile. All our jackets are breathable so you never feel too enclosed, perfect over t-shirts and dresses when it's chilly. With full length sleeves and falling just to the top of the hip, this jacket can be worn with anything. We suggest wearing it closed over a Funnel Neck Top or open over our Organic Cotton Dresses.
100% Baby Alpaca wool
Hand finished in Peru
Machine washable - Turn inside-out and place into a delicates bag on a cool 30 degree cycle.
Do not tumble dry
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WOMEN'S MEASURING GUIDE
|Bust||Measure around the fullest part of your bust|
|Shoulders||Measure across from the furthest tips of shoulder bone|
|Waist||Measure around the natural waistline usually 2 inches above the belly button|
|Hips||Measure around the widest part of your hips|
|Sleeve Length||Measure from your shoulder point to the sleeve hem|
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MEN'S MEASURING GUIDE
|Collar||Measure around the base of the neck where a shirt sits just above the collar bone|
|Chest||Measure the fullest part of the chest across the shoulder blades|
|Waist||Measure around the natural waistline|
|Sleeve Length||Measure from shoulder point to cuff
OUR ALPACA YARN
The companies we work with are constantly improving the alpaca fibre through breeding practices and educating small farmers who still own the majority of the Alpacas population throughout the Peruvian Andes. Alpaca is unique in that it’s silky and soft yet incredibly strong and durable, we only use the best quality 100% baby alpaca. This does not come from actual babies but rather the new growth from the adult Alpaca. The added advantage of baby Alpaca is that the fibres are very long and unbroken therefore once woven into yarn the fine hairs remain within that yarn preventing pilling. This adds to the longevity of all our products. Alpacas are shorn in the summer months and Peruvian woman still divide the soft baby Alpaca from the courser Alpaca exposed to elements. Alpaca has its unique thermal property due to adapting to extreme temperatures of living in such high altitude, throughout the year temperatures are freezing at night and very hot during the day. The fibre has evolved with microscopic air pockets within it which, allows it to be breathable on warm days but at the same time yet traps body heat in cold weather. It is also elastic, non flammable and resistant to odour. Part of the process in our workshop is to wash each of our pieces so they come to you in their softest most perfect form.
Peru is renowned for its outstanding cotton quality. Fibres can be more that double the length of standard cottons, which add to its softness and durability. Many Peruvian plantations still harvest the cotton by hand, hand picking leads to fewer imperfections leading to a softer finish. We only use 100% organic Peruvian cotton, which is environmentally responsible.
Hand Wash (recommended)
- Gentle hand wash in luke warm water
- Rinse well
- Wrap in a towel to remove excess water
- Dry flat and reshape whilst damp
- Do not tumble dry
- Place the item in a pillow case or net delicates bag.
- Select a delicate cycle with a temperature up to 30 degrees C.
- Use a mild detergent.
- Wrap in a towel to remove excess water.
- Dry flat and reshape whilst damp.
- Do not tumble dry.
- Alpaca knitwear may also be dry cleaned.
- Iron on a cool setting.
- We recommend keeping all of our knitted garments folded in a wardrobe rather than hanging.
Please call us for swatches (max. 3) or guidance on USA: +1 (718) 877 1870 / UK: +44 (0) 7793 819 972 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org