Sashiko Reworked Vintage French Chore Jacket - Large


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Shoulder-to-hem: 26.5"

Pit-to-pit: 24"

Recommended size: Large

Size on label: -


- First appearing in 19th-century France, the chore jacket soon became the uniform staple of manual workers. Fashion brands from Carhartt to Tom Ford have adopted the chore jacket silhouette, changing the way people perceive workwear. Due to its functional details & iconic shape, the chore jacket is a wardrobe classic.

- Colour: Blue

- Cotton

- Missing one button (see final photo)

- All repairs have been carried out in the traditional Japanese Sashiko style using Boro stitching. Sashiko is a Japanese clothing repair technique from the nineteenth century, whereby damaged clothing is patched over with scrap cloth and sashiko stitching. This visual mending style produces a strong patch & unique appearance.

- An original French workers jacket so expect considerable wear but any major faults will be photographed.

Size Guide

We stock a variety of clothing from many different brands, countries & eras. Therefore, the stated size on label can be unreliable. To help ensure that the item is the right fit for you, please refer to the measurements & 'recommended size' above.

Additional Info

Due to the nature of vintage clothing, there may be small signs of general wear, however, any flaws or faults will be detailed above in writing & in the product photos. We state as much information on the item as possible so that you can be sure to buy with confidence.