This updated, functional jacket is made in 100% GOTS certified organic denim. Made to last with specially placed pockets for all of your most often used garden tools and implements. This unlined jacket features a boxy cut and a generously cut dropped sleeve for a relaxed fit. A classic collar, four buttons up the front, two side pockets and two divided chest pockets, and selvedge detail at center back. Perfect for those chilly mornings in the garden or a summer evening stroll in the fields. Organic cotton farming supports, regional fair labor, clean water and healthy soil.
Made in our Los Angeles studio.
Flora Animalia supports Mercy for Animals.
Lightly pre washed for softness and comfort. Hand or machine wash, gentle cycle.
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“Feeling protected & well equipped by what we wear adds a sense of pleasure and of harmony to the ritualized practice & rhythm of physical labor."
“Feeling protected & well equipped by what we wear, appreciating the feel & weight of material, these add a sense of pleasure and of harmony to the ritualized practice & rhythm of physical labor"