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Coat | Grandad Check | Wool | Large

Coat | Grandad Check | Wool | Large

Regular price $367.00 AUD
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Wool Coat | Grandad Check | Details : 

Our Grandad Check Wool Coat is crafted from a vintage blanket featuring shaded tones of purple, green and grey. Bringing you quality and comfort. Inspired by campfires and billy tea pots. 

Featuring hand pressed buttons and patch pockets at centre front for style and practicality. 

Fully lined with interior pocket so you don’t have to worry about any unnecessary itching.

Our vintage wool blanket coats are not just a regular coat but a slice of history. Perfect for those chilly evenings, this coat offers a blend of rustic charm and modern elegance. Ideal for outdoors, adventures or casual city strolls, they make a distinctive addition to any wardrobe. 

One of a kind, Handmade on Gubbi Gubbi Country, Australia.

100% Repurposed Wool, 100% Reclaimed Cotton Lining. 

Wool Coat | Grandad Check | Measurements : 

Finishing below upper thigh, straight boxy silhouette.

Best fits Size Large 18au.

Chest; 120cm 
Neck; 43cm

Finishing length: 77cm

CARE INSTRUCTIONS:

• Hand / Wool Wash only and spot treatment advised.

• When necessary, wash cold with delicate soap + white distilled vinegar and line dry.

• Warm Steam or iron

• No tumble dry 

PLEASE NOTE:

By up cycling vintage wool blankets, we give new life to materials that would otherwise be discarded, reducing waste and minimising our environmental footprint. 

Due to the fact that these are vintage materials the fabric may have imperfections such as spotting, mending or fading.

Contact for any further questions HERE or email houseofclare@outlook.com

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I would like to respectfully acknowledge the Gubbi Gubbi (Kabi Kabi) peoples and the Jinibara peoples as the Traditional Custodians of the land, in which I create, learn, work and live on. I pay my respects to their elders past, present and emerging and recognise their continued connection to country.