1980s vintage super boxy cropped lightly quilted puffer jacket in a vibrant blue, purple and green abstract tie-dye pattern. Soft rayon fabric with lightly insulated quilted interior, long sleeves with stretchy rib knit cuffs and rounded collar. Metal zip front with zipper pockets. This must have had a drawstring waist at some point as but the tie is missing. I personally like how it sits all crazily boxy and open but if you'd like to add a drawstring tie of some kind, it's easy to snake one through the space along the bottom hem and the price is reduced taking this into consideration. Use a safety pin and attach it to the end of the tie, then feed it through using the pin as a rigid guide. This is totally unique and in amazing condition!
• Shoulder seam to seam: 30" • Bust: 66" • Waist: 65" • Sleeves: 14" • Total length: 20"
• Recommended women's size: OSFA
The model is 5'8" tall, 36”- 26”- 36” bust-waist-hips.
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