Vintage Linen Floral Boxy Cropped Jacket Suit Natural Fiber Neutral Olive Green incentive promotionals

Matching pantsuit. Green, pink, and celery island floral tropical pattern woven linen jacket, trouser suit.
Open front, boxy, crop jacket with 3/4 sleeve. High Waist, Straight to wide leg tousers have a zipper, button, and hook closure. Vintage Studio JPR. 80s 90s

Size 10

100% Pure Linen
Dry clean

Excellent, condition. There are no stains or holes, and no visible wear.

Jacket: Size 10
Armpit to armpit 21"
Sleeve 21"
Length 21"

Pants: Size 10
Waist 32"
Rise 11"
Hip 21"
Inseam 28"

CategoryWomen, Pants & Jumpsuits, Pantsuits
ColorPink, Green
Style TagsLinen, Floral, Coord Sets

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