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1990s Salvatore Ferragamo Vintage Skirt & Jacket Tan Suit Outfit w Belt

Regular price $495.00
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This vintage outfit from Salvatore Ferragamo includes a cropped trench coat style jacket, a mini skirt and a long fabric belt with branded buckle. The tan cotton fabric is nice and thick so it is completely opaque and there is luxe leather trim. We love that you can wear these pieces together or as separates with other things in your wardrobe!

The avant garde jacket has a crossover collar with a button and epaulets on shoulders. It is meant to be worn open and has no closure besides the one at the neck. There are sewn in shoulder pads, two horizontal cargo style pockets and the sleeve cuffs are belted with branded Ferragamo buckles. We love the unique folds in the back of the jacket! The extra long belt is covered in notches which makes it completely adjustable in size.

The wrap style mini skirt has the same horizontal cargo pockets along hip seams as the jacket. The skirt is fastened with a hook and eye and a button. The back of the skirt has a faux pocket on the left side.

Labeled an Italian size 38, but we prefer that our customers use the measurements provided instead of size numbers for the most accurate fit.

CONDITION: Excellent


BUST: Open front approximately 36"

WAIST: 30"



LENGTH: 20" from nape of neck


WAIST: 30"

HIPS: 38"



BELT LENGTH: 62" w/ notches 2" apart

In order to best determine fit, measure yourself or a garment that fits you well. Compare those measurements to those on the item description.

All of our pieces have been professionally cleaned and arrive ready to wear.

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