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cozy red SOUTHWESTERN cropped NAVAJO geometric JACKET coat, extra small-medium

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uber soft and cozy red, black and cream cropped southwestern printed jacket. features a comfy mandarin-like collar, the perfect slouchy fit, lined front pockets and a series of circular pewter button closures. a fall/winter staple! black diamond label.

no size listed. would best fit sizes extra small-medium; depending on desired fit. shown on an extra small model for reference.

bust: 21"
waist: 21"
length: 26"
shoulders: 19"
sleeves: 22"

67% acrylic
33% polyester

comes with an extra pewter button... in excellent vintage condition.

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cozy red SOUTHWESTERN cropped NAVAJO geometric JACKET coat, extra small-medium


  • Vintage item from the 1980s
  • Materials: acrylic, polyester
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1051 reviews
  • Favorited by: 47 people