Safari Jacket



Color: Khaki
Product Details

Safari. Day 9.

This jacket. Seen first as a shirt on 19th-century hunters, a case of style emerging from function. Expanding pockets for a map or a compass. Epaulettes. Some had slots for cartridges. All offered clues to a certain narrative, a certain understanding between the wearer and the world.

In time, women began to wear the safari jacket, too, and it said the same things.

Imagine a scenario where a woman is both hunter and gazelle.

This is like that.

Safari Jacket (No. 6530). Elegant over a crisp white shirt. Dazzling over a T-shirt, a tank top, or nothing. Functional everywhere. Robust cotton twill. Generous patch pockets. Epaulettes for keeping a strap (camera or purse) in place. Self-belt with sturdy metal slide. Reinforced placket and seams. Gussets at back for ease of movement. Imported.

*Model is 5' 10” and is wearing a size extra small.