1770-1785 Lady’s Caraco Jacket (JR-101)


SKU: JR-101-S Categories: , , ,


Period: Colonial

Description: This style of caraco jacket was a popular ladies fashion from 1770 – 1785. This caraco is designed with a false stomacher front which has a center front hook and eye closure. The over-the-elbow length sleeves are finished with shaped cuffs. An optional ruching strip may be fastened across the stomacher to secure a neck handkerchief. Optional ribbon loops may be sewn inside the caraco which can be fastened up over the buttons on the back to lift the jacket skirt a` la polonaise. Pattern for caraco jacket only.

Size & Fitting Info: Sizes[ S=6-8 ][ M=10-12 ][ L=14-16] [ XL=18-20 ] [ 2X=22-24 ]

Manufacturer: J P Ryan

Additional information

Weight 8 oz

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