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1920s French Salt & Pepper Striped Chambray Vest


Inspired by the common striped vest in the 1920s-1930s in France. Based on the work clothes and waistcoats worn by French workers in the old era, the details of the version were revised.

In the scarcity era, people wouldn’t spend more money to use high-quality fabrics for the back of the waistcoat, but chose cheaper linen, cotton or lining. In terms of color, the back material will be used the contrasting color than the front, so that the exposed back will not look cheap after taking off the jacket. This design has continued to this day, almost become classic details that cannot be changed.

This vest improved it to use high-density twill cloth instead of the common lining cloth as the back body, so that it can be more natural, wear-resistant, and warm-keeping when worn outside or inside.In the version made many adjustments and optimization, shawl collar, straight front, hem appropriate widening, after the middle fork, It allows people with a belly to look slim while wearing them without feeling uncomfortable.

  1. 13oz grey-brown striped Salt & Pepper chambray yarn-dyed fabric, made in Japan, 100% Cotton
    High-density twill cotton, 100% Cotton
  2. Striped jacquard cloth lining, made in Japan, 100% Cotton
  3. Antique style alloy button and buckle-back
  4. COATS® sewing threads
  5. Machine washable
Size Shoulder Chest
36/S 14.6  37 37.0  94
38/M 15.0  38 39.0  99
40/L 15.4  39 40.9  104
42/XL 15.7  40 42.9  109
44/XXL 16.5  42 44.5  113

Size Front Length Back Length
36/S 24.8  63 22.0  56
38/M 25.2  64 22.4  57
40/L 25.6  65 22.8  58
42/XL 26.0  66 23.2  59
44/XXL 26.0  66 23.2  59
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