"Soutache Pockets" Vintage 1940's Navy Blue Jacket UK 10 US 6
This beautifully tailored 1940's navy blue wool jacket, decorated with soutache details and beadwork along the pockets, is the perfect statement piece for your vintage wardrobe.
Her V shaped neckline is framed by a pointed collar that joins the front of the jacket in lapels, that join in a cross over fastening. Her elegant shoulder line is set off by shoulder pads sewn in internally along each shoulder seam. Her full length sleeves, frame the cinched in waistline, accented by black button fastenings. Her eye catching front pockets, boasts floral soutache embroidery, finished with sewn beadwork.
This jacket is fully lined.
Measurements of the Jacket
Armpit to Armpit across back: up to 36 inches
Armpit to Armpit across front: up to 36 inches
Shoulder to Hem: 24 inches
Shoulder to end of sleeve: 22.5 inches
Waist: up to 28 inches
Shoulder to Shoulder: 15 inches
Size: UK 10 US 6
Closures: a single button
Condition: This jacket is in good vintage condition. An area of wear to the wool to the front right hand side hemline. A pin sized dot on the front of the right hand side collar. A pin sized dot between the first and second button along the right hand side front. A small age mark along the centre back of the jacket. These are not overly apparent when the jacket is being worn and only noticeable upon close inspection.
Fabric: Wool, rayon lined
Vintage garments have been previously worn and lovingly cared for, they may however have a blemish or two. Here at Willow Hilson, we try our very best to note all the details of each garment, although we may sometimes overlook things, which we do apologise for. Please do not expect perfection, unless stated so.
Please make sure you check all the measurements of the garment before purchasing. Vintage garment sizes are not the same as those of today. To ensure the best fit, we suggest you measure you favourite similar style garment and compare it to the measurements we have listed. All our measurements are taken whilst the garment is lying flat, we then double these measurements to reflect the actual size.