1960s vintage buttery soft medium brown suede leather coat with a thick and fluffy brown fur trimmed collar and bracelet length sleeve cuffs. Gold tone metal button and pull through belt buckle, two angled front pockets, fully lined in silky medium weight taffeta satin. This looks amazing on with some normal age related wear. The backs of the metal buttons have left some tarnish behind on the suede but this is not noticeable when the buttons are closed. The lining is faded with a rather crude stitched bottom hem. Also not noticeable when worn. Flattering and versatile, you'll love this true vintage piece for many years to come.
• Designer: unknown-no labels
• Fabric: butter soft suede leather, shearling fur trim, acetate lining
• Color: brown
• Condition: excellent true vintage with wear consistent of age-looks amazing one
• Recommended women's size: xs / small
Our model is 5'8" tall, 36”-26”-36” bust-waist-hips. Original label sizes vary between brands and eras and should not be used to determine size. Compare the measurements to a similar item that fits you well to best determine size.
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Female owned and operated, based in Anacortes, Washington, USA. Est. in 2012.
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