Our Favourite Bretons of the Season

It’s open to debate as to whether or not a classic can be improved on. The traditional Breton top will always be just that; a classic, and while this should be respected there’s nothing to say that you can’t update it a little and add a contemporary twist. We’ve been putting our own spin on this most favourite of tops for many years now and as a result the striped Breton is one of our best-loved products, bar none. This season sees a fresh new crop. Here are the pick of our favourites.

joules classic breton striped top

The Classic Breton

Does our Harbour top need any introduction? Probably not, but if you haven’t yet met our best-selling, best-loved jersey top then let us get you up to speed. Cut from soft, yet sturdy, cotton jersey, with a choice between three quarter or full length sleeves it’s a wear-anywhere classic. In a choice of colourways, truly more stripes than you can shake a stick at. You’ll be surprised at how quickly your collection will amass.


The updated Breton

Following the season after season popularity of our striped Harbour we thought we’d introduce some of our best-loved prints to our best-loved top too. Still crafted from the same cotton jersey, in fact, still the same shape and fit but printed in everything from florals to spots to metallic detailing.

bee harbour

The jumper Breton

A warmer option, this Breton-inspired top is made from soft chenille but is cut to the same shape and fit as the Harbour. This is a great piece for layering – it works well with a shirt underneath it, just right for keeping the cold at bay. It’s lightweight too so you’ll get warmth without bulk.


The drop shoulder Breton

This Breton-inspired top is cut more generously than our classic Harbour. We’ve made it longer at the back with a dropped hem and a vented pleat to make it an exceptionally flattering and wearable piece. Made from soft cotton jersey with classic stripes in different colourways, we’ve added a touch of sparkle too to one style with sequin pocket detailing.


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