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Dashing Mulberry Lace and Satin Jacket

Added Jan 12, 2010

by pinprincess

Fort Collins, Co...






Turn of the century style to tempt those of less than modern taste. This one of a kind satin and lace jacket is made with high quality french seam construction and classic 1800s lines. The satin used for this coat is heavy weight 100% polyester not an acetate lining fabric. Perfect as a cover up for a formal occasion or for those who walk a less traditional path, perhaps as a fancy pirate’s coat or the perfect addition to your steampunk inspired wardrobe. Approximately 30" around the waist (where the four filigree buttons are placed). 46" from shoulder to hem. 24" sleeve length and 16" across the back of the shoulders. Machine wash cool, delicate cycle. No chlorine bleach or fabric softener. Tumble dry low, cool iron.

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By pinprincess at http://NightLilyDesign.etsy.com

Material Notes

100% polyester satin, 100% nylon lace, metal filigree buttons



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Garment Type
Lace/Sequins, Satin

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    Jan 12, 2010, 11.27 PMby nenasew

    I love it. When I first saw it I thought it looks so romantic and vintage.

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      Jan 18, 2010, 03.42 PMby pinprincess

      Thank you :) This was patterned primarily after a ladies coat from the 1800’s but I replaced the mutton sleeves that would have been used with 2 piece tailored sleeves for a slightly more modern fit.

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