Moon Knit - Poppy Red
Moon Knit - Poppy Red
Moon Knit - Poppy Red
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Moon Knit - Poppy Red

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A lush oversized turtle-neck knit, made from our extra-fine merino for every day comfort. Wear the neck high or rolled over depending on your preference.


Details

100% Extra-fine Merino Wool.
Made in our ethically certified factory in Melbourne.


Sizing

If you prefer a shorter length, you may wish to go down a size, if you prefer a longer length to go up a size


Petite: Size XS - M
Bust: 60 cm / Hip : 51 cm / Length: 57cm / Sleeve width at Bicep: 20cm

Relaxed: Size M - XL
Bust: 67cm / Hip: 56 cm/ Length: 61cm / Sleeve width at bicep: 21cm

Megan is a size XS and wears “Petite”

Care

Gentle, lukewarm Hand-wash. Dry Flat. Do not wring, bleach, or tumble dry.

After years in the fashion & textile industry in Australia and Japan, Francie was born from a desire for luxurious knitwear that is also low impact. Beautiful design that happens to be transparent, sustainable, and ethical.

Our knitwear is made from premium yarns on one of the last knitting machines in Melbourne and we are certified by Ethical Clothing Australia. We focus on natural fibers that breathe with you and designs that move with you between occasions, seasons, and years.

Ethically & Sustainably Made

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ECA focusses on ensuring that local TCF workers are being paid appropriately, receiving all their legal minimum entitlements and working in safe conditions throughout the entire supply chain. The program maps a business’s Australian supply chain throughout design, production, and dispatch. Being accredited and supporting ECA accredited businesses strengthens the local industry and helps protect the wages, entitlements and conditions of workers in Australia’s TCF sector.