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Kimono Cotton Jacket

You’ll love it because: Inspired by traditional Japanese silhouette, our Kimono jacket in indigo dyed cotton pairs well with jeans or dresses. Wear it belted or unbelted.

Price:

$41.40

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Description

A best-seller because it can be worn multiple ways and looks wonderful each time. Inspired by the classic Japanese silhouette, the Kimono cotton jacket is part of a design collaboration with Nayang village through our Village Weavers Project. The Tai Lue weavers in Ban Nayang dye the cotton yarns in natural indigo and then weave them into soft fabric.

The finishing work is completed at the Living Crafts Centre. You can wear them as shown here, or with a Tai Muang Obi Belt.

 

Additional information

WeightN/A
Color

Black, Blue

Size

Medium, Large

Made by:

Made by Tai Lue
Tai Lue

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Body Measurements for Jackets

S – Size 36
M – Size 38
L – Size 40
Bust
84 cm (33 in)
88 cm (34.6 in)
92 cm (36.2 in)
Waist
67 cm (26.3 in)
70 cm (27.5 in)
74 cm (29.1 in)
Hip
93 cm (36.6 in)
96 cm (37.8 in)
99 cm (39 in)
Shoulder
12.5 cm (4.9 in)
13 cm (5.1 in)
13.5 cm (5.3 in)
Arm Length
60 cm (23.6 in)
60 cm (23.6 in)
60 cm (23.6 in)

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