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70s Shacket in Red, White, and Blue with Dagger Collar!
70s red, white, and blue shacket
How groovy is this 70s shacket?! So very!
I’m thinking this is very bicentennial cool with its patriotic red-white-and-blue striped pattern. And that groovy dagger collar just completes the funky look! Oh, and did I mention this is dead stock, new with tags, never before worn?
It’s paired here with this amazing 1970s denim skirt, but it would look amazing with just about any pair of jeans, a cute skirt, or shorts.
Would best fit a modern US size XL (16-18). Measurements, taken flat, are:
L: 27″ shoulder to hem
Fabric does provide stretch.
Shackets are having a moment right now, and I’m here for it! This one from the 70s is perfection with its dagger collar. In fact, I happen to have two of these shackets in the shop. This 70s shacket in gray, red, and white, and it happens to be new with tags. Both are from Carol Henry.
So, what’s special about the shacket?
It’s versatile! You can rock this look fall, winter, and spring. Pair it with a T-shirt. Layer it on over a tank top. Throw on some jeans and maybe pop on some cute earrings, slip into some sandals, and it’s an adorable look with minimal effort.
The word shacket seems like it’s only recently caught on. They’re all over the internet, but where did they originate? Turns out, shackets have been a staple in the wardrobes of working folks since the late 19th century! They were originally used to protect clothing from any spills or dirt encountered during the work day.
|Dimensions||6 × 6 × 6 in|
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