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Bias Back Jacket (Fall Traveler 2019)

Bias Back Jacket (Aurora) layered over the In-LIne Blouse (Port) Loading...
  • Bias Back Jacket (Aurora) layered over the In-LIne Blouse (Port)
  • Bias Back Jacket (in Aurora)
  • Bias Back Jacket (Aurora) + In-Line Blouse (Port) + Refreshed Pant (Black)
  • Bias Back Jacket (detailed sketch)
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Aurora
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The Bias Back Jacket is an eye-catching linen jacket, in a medium weight, Yarn-Dyed specialty Linen fabrication, woven in a colorful geometric design with threads of Black, Forest (green), Port (purple/red), and Night Sky (blue).  Cut on the bias, with an A-line shape to flatter, and full-length sleeves (that you can easily roll up), a shirt collar, finished with black corozo button closure down the front.  

As shown in our featured photos, we recommend pairing the colorful Bias Back Jacket with solid fabrics for contrast, such as the collared In-Line Blouse (shown in Port), and the full length Refreshed Pant (shown in Black), for an elegant look that is rich with texture and color, but not over the top. 

Exclusively available in the Aurora fabrication.

Offered in sizes from Petite to Plus.  A size Small is approximately 33" in length.

Looking for a similar style?  Check out the Bias Back Shirt, Soiree ShirtVintage Shirt, or the Dame Blouse.

FLAX Size  Equivalent
Petite Sizes 6 - 10
Small Sizes 10 - 14
Medium
Sizes 14 - 18
Large
Sizes 18 - 20
1G Sizes 20 - 22
2G Sizes 24 - 26

  

You will always need to downsize at least one size from what you are used to. If you think of yourself as a medium, try a small. I’m a size 14 and I almost always wear a small! But if the item is cut on the bias, I will be a medium. Watch our sizing video below for more tips.

 

Please, feel free to email or call us, and we will help you to figure out the right size and the right shape.

Email: info@linenwoman.com

Phone: (434) 293-1800 (10am - 5pm Eastern Time)

It's so much more fun to get the item that fits you on the first try!

Yours,

J. Fenton