Handmade Eco upcycled jacket

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    Handmade Eco Upcycled Jacket.  Can be worn autumn, spring and winter.  This cute zip-front fitted wool jacket is perfect with a skirt and boots. It can be fastened with front zipper.Great for style, accompanied with jeans or dress. Totally lined. Other stylish features are a mandarin collar and little  details in leather.

    This Jacket is upcycled with a two tone tie fabric on the front. Back and sleeve are 100% vintage wool lightweight fabric coming from an old store in Barcelona. The fabric is very high quality. Totally new, this is not a refashioned item!

    Size: Small-Medium

    Approximate measurements taken flat:
    Width of chest closed:37 cms, 14,5 inches
    Full length of item:62 cms, 24, 5 inches

    Sleeves: 59 cms, 23 1/4 inches
    Across back shoulder: 43 cms, 17 inches



    Suggest dry cleaned or hand washed.


    Each  item is one of a kind and ready to ship. This Jacket cannot be replicated or made in different size as the fabric used is unique. Tt is both one of a kind and environmentally friendly.


    You can see more at www.iremabags.com

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SKU: chaq 1 marrron.

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