70s Aignier Leather Jacket Oxblood Two Button Blazer SZ 12
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70s Aignier Leather Jacket Oxblood
Aignier Leather Jacket demonstrates 70s street style. Leather done just right, Etienne Aignier manufactured leather accessories and jackets and were at the top of the market for fine leather. Known for their signature horseshoe logo, the style conveyed an equestrian look popular at the time.
Two buttons close the front. A traditional lapel projects more of a conservative classic look. One button adorns the sleeve cuffs. All buttons in excellent shape. One extra one attaches in the front inside facing. A variety of front pocket designs identify the style. The left offers two flap pockets while the right side offers a slat pocket. flap pocket and standard chest pocket. Very classy!
Matching satin lines the jacket and shows no significant wear or tears. An Etienne Aignier label shows at the inside collar. A Size 12 attaches to the inside seam along with care instructions. One handy inside pocket accents with leather.
Flat the jacket measures 15″ across the shoulders, 17″ across the bust, 16″ at the waist and 18′ at the hips. The sleeves measure 17″ inner/22″ outer seams. The length of the jacket measures 26″ from shoulder to hemline.
The model is a 2P-4P and the jacket is very roomy for her. Would fit a Medium frame modern size 6-8 (possibly 10).
|Dimensions||12 × 10 × 2.5 in|