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Vintage 50s 60s Emerald Green Velvet Winter Coat, Sz S, M

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Stand out against a sea of snowy white in this gorgeous teal green coat.

Vintage 1950's or 60's, the fabric of this coat is a luscious velvet. It is soft and dense, unlike modern velvets. It is completely lined in matching satin.

Sport Ease Fashions, Made in Canada label. Einbender's of St. Joseph store label.

Very well-made. Hand-fashioned buttonholes. The trim around the curved front pockets is similarly-done. Fabric-covered buttons.

Stylish three-quarter-length sleeves, perfect for showing off those long gloves and bangles! Attached scarf wraps around the neck and buttons in front. Swing shape--narrower at the shoulders and widening at the hem for great movement.

Shown on my modern size 4 mannequin, it fits her with room to spare. Please compare shoulder measurements for best fit. Bust measures 48", shoulders approximately 16", as measured across the top back between imaginary sleeve seams. Sleeves are 18" from top of shoulder to hem and length from back neck to bottom is 39".

Very good condition. I noted some light spots in the velvet on the left front side, as pictured. Because of the nap of the fabric, these spots are not immediately noticeable. They are small and may respond well to some spot cleaning, although I did not try.

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Vintage 50s 60s Emerald Green Velvet Winter Coat, Sz S, M


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Materials: Velvet, Satin
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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