Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates

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Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates
  • Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates
  • Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates
  • Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates
  • Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates
  • Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates
  • Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates
  • Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates
  • Navy Drape Jacket with Pomegranates
USD
$58.00

This long-sleeved cardigan (fuller and drapier than my tie cardigans) is adorned with my original pomegranate art. Featuring a generously draped neckline that flows down its front, it can be belted or worn loose -- either way it makes for a fabulously artsy way to dress up your skinny jeans, leggings, capris or whatever suits your fancy!  Please note: We don't have a photo just yet, so we are shpwing the black jacket for the overall view nad the navy jacket with roses for color. The navy color is actually close to the indigo of jeans. 

Size: L. 100% cotton slub fabric, made with threads of varying width to create a super soft jersey with a striated effect. Made by Alternative Apparel.

About the artwork

Artwork is created from a combination of my own photography and illustration, in which I "capture" the "ghost" of the flower, and applied with a light hand for an ethereal, non-opaque look for an almost Zen ink painting -like effect.

I have added stretch to the ink to allow to easy movement, enjoyment and longevity. Delicate or hand-wash is recommended with flat air dry to prolong the life of the garment.

More goodness

Try combining our pomegranate tees with a coordinated or contrasting scarf or jacket!
See all the pieces we currently have in stock with the Pomegranates design.

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Wilt thou be gone? it is not yet near day. It was the nightingale, and not the lark, That pierced the fearful hollow of thine ear; Nightly she sings on yond pomegranate tree.
- Juliet, in Romeo and Juliet, William Shakespeare