This is our old, discontinued Cotton Canvas.
The Harper Jacket is a consistent go-to. It’s an amalgamation of many of my favorite patterns, adopting the sleeve from our ever-popular Cocoon Coat, the pockets from our Harper Tunic, a back vent from the side vents on our archived Josephine Tunic, and a collar reminiscent of our Clyde Jacket. Intended to evoke the feeling of a men’s blazer tossed casually over the shoulders. Well-placed darts in the shawl collar urge the lapels to lay open and flat, or overlap in the front for a wrapped-up look with an organic shape and added warmth. The back vent suggests coattails and allows for less restriction and breezy movement as you walk. Two large pockets hold everything and then some. Finally, the slightly lengthened dolman sleeves are soft and loose fitting, and the cuffs hit just at the forearm to show a long sleeve peeking out from underneath. Bare-armed looks just as put-together.