Added Mar 12, 2012
Adelaide Hills, ...
It was so hard to chose just one pattern, but eventually I chose the Indygo Junction Trench Topper. I settled on view 1 without the belt. I used the sleeves from view 2. The fabric is a gorgeous green/ blue herringbone wool. I lined it with black raw silk. The buttons are faceted vintage glass buttons. They are my favourite part of the coat.
Now I just need the weather to come in cooler so I can wear it!
Green/ blue herringbone wool. Raw silk lining.
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