Chic Mamas Do Care
This is a very special 1980'2 Vintage Cieed jkt in butternut yellow with embroidery on the one side. The jacket is fully reversible with the alternate side being solid butternut with no embroidery.The jacket has brass buttons and two front pockets on the embroidered side & two on the solid side. The jacket is a very generous large. Very good Vintage condition. Flat dimensions as follows:
Length from shoulder down back:56cm
Arm length shoulder to cuff: 64cm
Chest, this is measured flat across from armpit to armpit: 55cm
When purchasing any of our CHIC MAMAS DO CARE clothing and accessories please shop carefully and ask questions prior to purchasing, as all sales are considered final.
Send us and email if you have any queries regarding a certain item, with a brief description and we will get back to you as soon as possible: email@example.com We are doing our best to bring you the best quality items we have and only show you items in excellent condition, or state any marks or faults where applicable. However, despite of our efforts some items might skip through our very tire and strict selection process, we would like to apologies in advance for such mistakes.
We have a NO RETURN POLICY… please understand it is due to the nature of our operation. Since all the profit we create goes to our projects, it would be very difficult to ‘recall’ the amount to refund you. In short, when you purchase an item with us, consider that to be a ‘donation’ if it does not work out or give it as a present to someone. Please take that risk for the greater good. Thank you for your understanding!
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