1950s Mens Chunky Wool Tweed Coat with Windowpane Fleck
This coat is incredible! The textile is woven in a chunky taupe/gray and cream tweed with a black and white boucle windowpane (the line of the windowpane is both black and white, mixed in a single line) and nubby flecks of cream, red and green throughout. Definitely one of the coolest textiles I've seen used for a coat. This piece is a classic overcoat style with raglan sleeves and hip pockets, and this coat is partially lined. This piece is medium weight and great for fall or a light winter. Bottom button has been replaced, this is nicely done.
Collar to Cuff: 31.5”
Total Length: 44”
All measurements taken with garment flat and doubled when necessary.