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British workwear has featured on the fashion landscape for some time.

John Lewis & Co has gone one step further with a waistcoat cut from cloth woven by Abraham Moon (established 1837) – one of the UK’s most historic wool mills. It is crafted from 100 per cent wool and looks perfect with loose-fit crumpled work pants, chambray shirts and unstructured lightweight blazers.

Abraham Moon waistcoat £99 by JOHN LEWIS & CO; johnlewis.com

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