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Excellent vintage 60's Loewe buttery suede jacket with fringe. The jacket has buttons down the front and is double breasted. There are two pockets, one on each side. The suede is so smooth and soft, just excellent condition. The inside of the jacket is lined. 

The story: This beautiful jacket was owned by Marion Gauer, who co-owned the department store Roos Atkins with her husband, Edward Gauer. She bought this jacket while traveling in Spain in the late 1960's. This jacket was handed down to her amazing granddaughter, Frances, who has shared her grandmother's history with us. 

Era: 1960's
Brand: Loewe
Vintage Size: Not Marked
Modern Size: M/L
Shoulder to Shoulder: 17 in
Bust: 38 in
Waist: 36 in
Length: 31 in, 35 in with fringe
Sleeve Length: 22 in
Condition: Good. Bottom button on right is not the original button, we found a similar one and had our tailor add it on. There is a small area of the suede that is stained darker, it is hardly noticeable. 

Type: Jacket

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 Frockify Vintage Conditions 

Fair: A few damages, but we would still rock it, so you would too. We'll always describe any damages in product descriptions. We would never sell anything on Frockify that we would not wear oursleves.

Good: Good condition, but there is one thing that makes it not great. We will always list any imperfections in the product descriptions.

Great: No noticeable damages. It is so rockin’, you can’t even. But, for real, hurry before someone else snags it.

Mint: Never worn or deadstock items.