Made of 100% Cotton, found in northern California.
Named after the deep red of the Echeveria Agavoides aka Romeo.
The bowtie is still a popular pattern today, first published as "Necktie" in 1895 in the Ladies Art Company catalog. This quilting pattern was considered more masculine in a moment where neckties were blasting off in men's fashion.
- All stitch-work, piecing, and fabric makes this coat unique
- Repurposed in Los Angeles, California
- Dry Clean or wash on delicate
- No pockets
- Length: 23.5"
- Shoulders: 20"
- Bust: 21"
- Waist: 21"
- Sleeves: 22"