1970s Brown and Tan Suede Leather Patchwork Afghan Style Coat, 44in Bust
If you love the 1960s hippy era, then no doubt you will have always wanted an afghan coat! As classic as a cheese cloth shirt and crochet waistcoat, the afghan coat is one piece of clothing we immediately think of when we talk about the boho era of the 60s and 70s. This patchwork gem is from the late 1970s, and made from squares of suede leather, finished off perfectly with faux sheepskin trim. The colours are classic retro too in browns and tans, just waiting to be jazzed up with some tie dye and bright beads. In wonderful condition, this is a star of a coat and will certainly get you noticed!
• Square patches of suede leather in dark brown, caramel, warm tan and cream sewn together with the seams on the outside
• Faux fur trim to the collar and edges, and the bottom
• Long sleeves with faux fur trim
• Knee length
• Pockets to the hips which are cleverly hidden within the seams of the patches
• Fastens using large hooks and eyes to the front
• Made from supple suede leather patches
• Lined in a tan polyester which is also slightly quilted
• There is a makers label which is hard to read - Flares? Flames?
• There is a small light mark to the right bust, a small 2cm tear to the pocket, and a stain to the faux fur trim at the front on the bottom. All shown in photos
• Care/composition: 100% leather, Lining 100% polyester, Trim 100% acrylic. Dry Clean only
Bust: 44in (armpit to armpit doubled)
Shoulder to Shoulder: 15.5in
We advise paying close attention to the actual measurements of the garment.
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