Flea Market Sweater in Noir
Practically seasonless... this sweater, the flea market. I first released this one in 2014. I designed it based on a 1930s sweater I found at the Alameda flea market. Keeping the original integrity but refining here and there so it fit my vision for a truly timeless piece. Knitted in alpaca and meant to be worn often.
Also available in Stone.
Sizing, in my opinion is a subjective thing. The goal for anything you wear is to have effortless fit, form, and function, and of course you want to feel great. It’s for these reasons I am pretty committed to not locking myself in to a particular size. For example, I am on the petite side, however, I love an oversized fit so I often size up in certain pieces. This is why I’ve chosen to label the sizing in Jess Brown pieces with numbers rather then the traditional letters showing extra small through extra large. My hope is you choose pieces in my collection that feel great on and let go of what size you think you are. The way I have designed the collection is as a capsule of pieces that work in many sizes. You may love a size 1 in a top but then gravitate towards a 3 in a dress...
I am always happy to provide measurements. Email me with questions anytime!