The Forever Jacket - Free Size

This one-of-kind jacket is made from high quality, premium, hand-stitched kantha, slowly stitched over several months. We have carefully repurposed this kantha quilt into a timeless, cosy, snug jacket which is truly one of a kind. Suitably named 'The Forever Jacket' as this will last you a lifetime, and can be passed onto many generations to also treasure.

  • Relaxed boxy style with dropped shoulders
  • Slightly cropped length, great paired with high waisted jeans, skirts and over dresses
  • Full length sleeves that can be rolled up to your desired length
  • Deep pockets
  • Matching belt if you want to really want to snuggle in and wrap up warm!
  • Oversized fit great for layering and wearing all season
  • Reversible! 


Regular fit S/M: suits UK 6 - 14/16 approximately - chest 46"

Free size M/L:  any size up to UK 20/22 chest 50"

Length: 21"

As we are repurposing old fabrics, some up to 50 years old, they often show signs of its previous life. Imperfections in vintage, re-purposed fabrics, are not uncommon and are a part of its rich life story. Woven together to form its character and charm and a reminder of it's previous life, and its unique one-of-a-kind piece. 

Supporting women: These have been hand stitched by women sitting together in their village communities in West Bengal, and have been ethically and sustainably sourced. We are supporting important livelihoods for women and their families across rural regions. 

Kantha: is the term used to describe the typical 'running stitch' needlework. This work is carefully done by hand (mostly by women) who sit together and stitch slowly, over several weeks and months. Our kantha embroidery features multiple layers of old fabric stitched together in its purpose to provide quilting and warmth. The thickness of each jacket depends on the amount of layers used, so each jacket can vary.

Jacket depth: medium

100% cotton. Due to its needlework, cold hand wash is recommended, though it may be washed on a delicate machine wash setting, in a cool temperature (under 30 and low spin).

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