ATELIER GARDENIA victorians indigo blouson 1880
[Fabric] 100% cotton (Sashiko-like herringbone / indigo dyed)
[Washing] one-wash (washed and sun-dried finish)
[Button] CoroZo-like plastic button
[Product dimensions] (Please forgive the slight individual differences)
Width / 36 (S) 48cm 38 (M) 50cm 40 (L) 52cm 42 (LL) 54cm
Shoulder width / 36 (S) 42cm 38 (M) 44cm 40 (L) 46cm 42 (LL) 48cm
Width / 36 (S) 47cm 38 (M) 49cm 40 (L) 51cm 42 (LL) 53cm
Hem width / 36 (S) 51cm 38 (M) 53cm 40 (L) 55cm 42 (LL) 57cm
Sleeve length / 36 (S) 64cm 38 (M) 65cm 40 (L) 66cm 42 (LL) 66.5cm
Length (back) / 36 (S) 63cm 38 (M) 65cm 40 (L) 67cm 42 (LL) 69cm
About the fabric :
It is characterised by a wide herringbone in a sashiko tone that makes use of its rustic texture.
It's firmly dyed with indigo. It's a strong and tough fabric.
It's a little hard at first, but it gets softer every time you wear it.
Circa.1880s reconstructed French denim jacket
It will be made using the mould of victorians blouson 1880.
Valuable reference materials and the essence of another line have been revived in modern times.
LET'S SAY "VICTORIANS NOUVEAU" EXACTLY...
While being conscious of the Victorian blouson, it has a "WORQUES" finish.
The design of the back and the slightly thick and curved sleeves are very cool.
The fabric was used for the classic farmers indigo coat.
It will be an indigo dyeing of uneven sashiko-like herringbone.
The comfortable wearing comfort and wonderful colour fading of the fabric that gradually loosens.
There is a remnants of the era when a pocket watch was sneaked in in the chest pocket.
It's the best explanation to try it on...
This jacket was made by a veteran craftsman.
From cutting to sewing, all the work is done by yourself.