TS(S) OMBRE PLAID WOOL NYLON CLOTH QUILTED CARDIGAN JACKET

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The Charge of the Light Brigade 

The Charge of the Light Brigade has always sounded like the name of 1970’s prog-rock album to me. Like, if I told you King Crimson had an album with that name, would you even question it? I doubt it. The Charge of the Light Brigade was not an album however, but rather a military maneuver performed by the British during the Battle of Balaclava, which sounds like someone wrestling with getting their winter head wrap off, but is actually a seminal fight in the Crimean War. The charge was led by James Brundell, the 7th Earl of Cardigan, AKA Lord Cardigan. And, Lord Cardigan sounds like the worst rapper in a post-Farnsworth Bentley hip-hop group. Actually, the garment we call a cardigan today was named after Lord Cardigan and his regiment who all wore knitted wool waistcoats. Why bring all this up? I’m not sure, but this Cardigan Coat is absolutely dope and sometimes we all want a little context.
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  • Made in Japan
  • Outer: 100% wool
  • Lining: 63% nylon, 37% polyester
  • Filling: 80% polyester, 20% acrylic
  • Quilted collarless cardigan jacket
  • Navy, blue, and sand ombre plaid pattern
  • Four-button front
  • Two front slanted single welt waist pockets
  • Single button cuffs
  • Two interior waist pockets with button closures
  • Fully lined

 

MEASUREMENTS TAKEN FROM A SIZE 3/M:
    • chest, 22”
    • shoulder, 18.5”
    • sleeve length, 26”
    • center back length, 27.75”

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