Why not orange? Orange is such a great color. It's bold, it's smart, and it's very friendly. We've never met an orange garment that wasn't greeted in a complimentary way. Because, if you look good in orange, you're set. It's such a cheerful hue. This buttery soft suede jacket from the 60s is such a great piece. It's trimmed in smooth bright orange leather which compliments the suede beautifully. It's hard to imagine this was worn much. The leather is in extremely good condition with only a very modest amount of wear. There's no staining or holes and it ought to arrive at your door ready to wear. There's even an orange acetate lining inside that's completely clean and pristine.
The stand-out here, though, is the seam work. It's got a bit of a western vibe and all that top-stitching gives the jacket some real pizazz.
Orange suede leather--now that's something you're not going to see very often. We love it!
VERY GOOD. Minimal wear to areas of jacket where you'd expect that--pockets, cuffs--very very lightly soiled, but certainly not grossly abused or dirty.
Suede trimmed in leather with orange acetate lining.
Bust = 38 "
Waist = across the bottom 42 "
Shoulder = 15 1/2 "
Sleeve = 22 "
Length = 26 "