Vintage 1940s 1950s blue boucle wool swing coat with poodle buttons and pockets B44″

£90.00

The coat has a neat Nehru collar and pockets at the hips.
The coat fastens with the original three blue metal buttons finished with pressed poodles!!
The fabric is a beautiful wool boucle.

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Description

Fabric: Boucle wool

Label 1: Polsky’s Of Akron
Label 2: Marce Original
Label 3: Milium Metal-insulated lining

Country of origin: USA

Condition: This pre loved vintage coat is in great condition for it’s age. There are no obvious flaws to note.

Measurements (inches):

Bust: 44”
Hips: 49″
Shoulder seam to hem: 44”
Shoulder to shoulder: 16”

Please note, bust, waist and hip measurements are taken while garments are lying flat and then doubled. These are the maximum measurements of the garment, please leave the required room for a comfortable fit. The best way to see if something will fit you, is by comparing the measurements to a similar item you already have that fits you well.

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