Vintage 70s One Button Wool Plaid Blazer perfect

>One button closure
>Two front pockets
>Rounded front hem
>Pointed collar
>back vent slit
>Made in USA

**Please note there is no size tag in this item. Measurements are below, will work best on a small-framed person (likely size XS/SM)

This piece is in overall excellent condition- there is one small hole on the upper sleeve- shown in photo.

Pit to Pit: 17"
Shoulder seam to Shoulder seam (back): 14.5"
Length: 26"

CategoryWomen, Jackets & Coats, Blazers & Suit Jackets
ColorYellow, Red
Style TagsWool, Vintage, 70s

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