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The look: Sharp suiting and rib-knitted turtlenecks. It’s Januari people, and that means back to work, but not necessarily “business as usual”. This week’s Editor’s Pick makes a chic (and conscious) contribution to the workwear wardrobe.

Above: Tailored Organic Cotton Jacket, Bite StudiosTailored Organic Wool Trousers, Bite Studios

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Hopsack Blazer, 100% wool, Arket. Nail Polish, 7-free, J.Hannah. Suit Blazer, 100% silk, Carcel.

Rib Hi Turtleneck, 100% baby alpaca, Carcel. Metta Blazert, GOTS certified wool, Ssōne. Isla Turtleneck, 100% alpaca, Shaina Mote.

Pfeiffer Trousers, 100% ethically sourced wool, Envelope1976/Reve En Vert. Pienza Large Tote, Italian chrome-free leather, ATP Atelier. Edward Frames, bio acetate, Ace & Tate.


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