1960s Men's Charcoal Gray Tweed Overcoat Lined in Red Plaid
This might be my favorite coat this year. The material is a textured wool tweed in gray, charcoal and black. The collar is fuzzy charcoal with a texture and hand similar to llama or angora. Black leather buttons up the front, convertible flap pockets and a single vent. The lining is exceptional. Silver quilted lining from the waist up and red, gray and black plaid from the waist down. The pocket flaps and under the collar are lined in matching plaid which shows nicely when the collar is worn up against the wind. Beautifully tailored with great details.
Shoulder to Shoulder: 19”
Shoulder to Cuff: 25”
Total Length: 42”
All measurements taken with garment flat and doubled when necessary.
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