Vintage 1960s Mod Suit Jacket Orange Wool Blazer w Green Pinstripe Mens Size M
Brand Poppy's Vintage Clothing
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This is a wonderful 1960s British invasion era men’s suit jacket made of a muted orange coloured wool fabric with a light green pinstripe. The jacket has high set narrow width notched lapels and does up with four matching covered buttons, each button made in a square shape. The shoulders of the jacket are slightly padded and there is a flapped pocket at either side and a pocket at the left chest - you can insert the flaps inside the pockets for a jetted look. The cuff of each sleeve has one covered button affixed to it. The jacket has a double vent at the bottom back and is half lined with a paisley pattern printed ochre gold coloured acetate fabric. It has two interior pockets.
Age: mid 1960s
Label: Roger Labonté Mercerie Inc. Vetements de Haute Qualité 65 King O. Sherbrooke. Que.
Union label: Canadian ACWA (Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America) label used between 1962 and 1976
Sizing: No size is indicated, but this should fit a medium size, about a size 40 - please rely on the following measurements for fit, taken from the exterior (please take the thickness of the fabric and the cut of the suit into consideration):
Shoulders: 19” across shoulder seam-to-seam
Sleeves: 24” from shoulder seam
Sleeve Inseam: 15” long
Chest: 44” around, taken under the arms
Overall length: 30“, measured flat
Condition: This jacket is in very good condition with no pronounced wear, tear, stains or odours- it looks like it saw very little use and was very well kept over the years.
This is a wonderful 60s era jacket - unusual colour that is sure to be noticed and groovy style!