This jaw-dropping jacket crafted from a late 1800's, early 1900's antique scrap quilt is a true sartorial masterpiece that encapsulates the beauty and essence of the Americana spirit. This statement piece showcases hard to find indigo and floral prints not to mention the most stunning revolver and spur printed lining.
Meticulously handcrafted, thoughtfully placed pattern pieces, carefully hand-sewn buttonholes, professionally bound seams and offers external pockets for convenience.
The oversized chore coat silhouette flatters diverse body types, paying homage to the enduring appeal of American workwear. This is a real collector's item surely to leave a lasting impression and making it a coveted addition to your wardrobe.
Measurements (laying flat and buttoned)
Pit to Pit: 60 cm, 23.5"
Length (top of back of neck excluding collar to bottom of the hem): 83 cm, 32.5"
Shoulder Length: 18 cm, 7"
Sleeve Length: 63 cm, 25"
Fit: Can be worn both snug and loose. Totally depends on the vibe.
Please note, model Shay is 6 feet tall, size 32 and wears a size L.
Care: Spot clean or dry clean ONLY.
This clothing item might exhibit stains, blemishes, signs of wear, or other indications of its age. These flaws serve as a testament to our dedication to sustainability and should be embraced with a sense of pride when worn.
From Mr. Weekend:
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