The iconic miner's blouson is making a comeback - this time in a version made of 9.1 oz.,100% cotton indigo-dyed discharge print wabash fabric.
The pattern takes inspiration from the jacket worn by miners, farmers, and other blue collar workment in the late 1800s America. With its characteristic double pleats, dropped shoulders, large breast pockets, copper buttons, reinforced stitching, and cinchback, it is as good a utilitarian jacket as it can be, relevant to this day. And yes, this looks great on women, too.
And speaking of the cinchback, the buckle is vintage Solide, from the 1st quarter of the previous century. No kidding.
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