Studio D'Artisan Indigo "Double-Layered Sashiko" Coverall
This jacket is inspired by the 1940s workers' coverall styles worn by workers of the past! SDA has crafted this using a traditional Japanese sashiko fabric for some killer indigo tones!
As we've seen before from SDA, when they do sashiko, they go for the highest standard. Slowly woven on vintage dobby looms, this double-layered sashiko has an incredible 3-dimensional texture. This results from the washing process in Japan that gives the fabric a swollen appearance. The 100% cotton sashiko fabric has been grand indigo yarn-dyed, which will result in some beautiful high-contrast aging with wear and washing!
Speaking of details, SDA has chosen tasteful extra-large Tagua nut buttons on the placket and sleeve hems to complement the dark indigo look! With one chest pocket and two large waist pockets, this jacket has plenty of storage space for your daily carry!
If you looking for a classic coverall jacket made with traditional Japanese sashiko fabric, SDA is a fantastic choice!
- 100% Cotton
- Japanese heavyweight "double-layered" sashiko knitting fabric
- Grand indigo is thread-dyed
- Left chest pocket
- Twin front waist pockets
- Natural extra-large Tagua nut buttons
- Twin-needles Construction
- Once washed (minimal shrinkage)
- Slim fit
- Made In Japan
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