Moroccan Cotton Rachida tassel back swing Jacket
Hand-Woven Moroccan Cotton sousdi goddess hand-woven Rachida Kimono style Jacket. This is one of the most magnificent coats I have ever seen. The first time I saw one- I practically swooned! Your not going to find this jacket out in the "cookie-cutter" world of fashion. This style hearkens back to a century ago when every garment had hours and hours in the making.
*Boucle is a double weave, so it's a heavier luxurious texture. It's created by leaving one loop of thread up while weaving, thereby making it's famous nubby texture.
Design details; drop cowl collar, inset pockets, back is fully trapunto stitched trimmed with hand knotted fringes, french seams throughout & Kimono style sleeves fully trapunto stitched & yards of fabric for a Truly goddess Jacket! This is couture all the way- reinforced French seams, dolman sleeves and generously designed.
* Trapunto stitching (Italian for "to embroider"), also called stuffed technique, is a quilting technique that is quite decorative in that it utilizes at least two layers, which is padded from the underside. This produces a raised surface on the fabric. This style originated in Italy in fourteenth or the sixteenth century. Topstitching enhances a fabric's design and strengthens seams. Every stitch must be accurately done by a machine or by hand.