This structured, 1930s vibrant red tailored wool gaberdine jacket is a rare find and a perfect addition to your vintage wardrobe.
Her small shaped wing collar leads to a striking longline Sillohette, with an 8 button asymmetrical closure, which not only acts to fasten the jacket but also as a feature.
She boasts a blouson style bodice with long, cuffed sleeves, leading to a cinched waist boasting two large slanted pockets set into the hipline to give her a tailored look.
To compliment the front, she has two large decorative crescents at the back of the hemline, these are finished with matching buttons, making an eye catching detail. She is fully lined in red crepe.
Measurements of jacket
Label A Waldascott original alongside a National recovery board Union Label
Armpit to armpit 40 inches
Shoulder to hem 24 inches
Waist 31 inches
Hips 35 inches
Sleeve length 23 inches
Shoulder to waist 15.5 inches
Size M UK 10-12
Closures This jacket fastens at the front with 8 buttons
Condition Overall in very good vintage condition. Some slight signs of wear and minor stains
Washing instructions Professionally dry-cleaned
Fabric Wool gaberdine and crepe
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