Knit Jacket Simon Grey Melange


Our new unisex knit cardigan SIMON is here. Four big buttons and a pocket right under the chest ensure an easy yet modern look. Unisex style & fit– pick one size smaller if you normally wear women’s sizes and don’t want an oversized fit. Made from organic cotton, because we care.

By the way: this collection is inspired by our team members. SIMON is our amazing production manager. Thank you for everything.

Color: grey melange

100% organic cotton/Bio-Baumwolle (certified)
SIMON is made of organic cotton, which is sustainable and easy to take care of:

  • gentle wash up to 30°C
  • use mild or color detergent
  • use a washing bag to protect the garment from zippers (and other mean things) being in the same washing machine
  • no softener
  • iron on low to medium temperature
Regular unisex fit. Pick one size smaller if you normally wear women’s sizes and don’t want an oversized fit. Our model Hannah wears size M. 
All information given in cm.
chest width/ Brustweite waist width/ Taillenweite length/ Länge sleeve length/ Ärmellänge
S 99 95 73 63,5
M 103 99 74 64
L 107 103 75 64,5
XL 111 107 76 65
Little reminder: Your size doesn’t define you, dear.


COLOR: grey melange
knit 100% organic cotton
1. design by Jula & Anna in Hamburg 2. pattern by Sandra in Hamburg 3. raw material organic cotton grown in India 4. direct source GUS from Portugal
5. yarn production India 6. knitted & dyed in Portugal 7. production 41°32’41.0″N 8°24’49.4″W Braga, Portugal 8. washed & worn  by you All over the world
COMPONENTS: Labels made from recycled polyester. Hangtags made out of recycled paper. Buttons partly made from recycled paper.
CARE: Only wash when necessary. No tumble dry.


We are from Germany, by the way. So are you? Great, because shipping costs within Germany are just 4,90 €. You’re not happy with your product? No problem. Returns within Germany are for free. For international shipping please go to SHIPPING METHODS.


our GOTS-certified professionals in Braga, Portugal, who really know how to make the most beautiful and most sustainable knit pieces. Thank you, guys!