60's Levis Sleeveless Big E Denim Jacket - S

In Stock £85.00

One of a kind item, get it before it's gone!
Size:
S

You couldn't be in a better place to cop an authentic piece from the iconic American denim brand, Levis Strauss. Levis know that thrift pieces are built to last and if anything, only get better with time. That's why they've been known to encourage the DIY culture of customising your Levis and rallying fans of the company to celebrate national thief store day by going and getting your vintage loving paws on a historical pair of old blues!

This sleeveless jacket has all the admirable rustic signs of a Levis piece, the armholes have been treated and dishevelled to give a worn look, while being securely designed with a reinforcing facing and decorative top stitch. The light denim is treated to give the impression of natural wear through sun and contact, although additional fading may have been gained in the odd 50 years since construction, the initial design knew this was a good look for any denim piece and donned it with these techniques from the get go!

Sliver toned rivets hold down flap pockets and open the piece down the centre front. The iconic red tab is attached at the breast pocket. One of the best ways to find the story behind your Levis piece, this red tab features a large E in the printed word, this means that this garment is guaranteed to have been was produced before 1971. A stunning piece for anyone with an eye for great vintage apparel.

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Size:
S
Brand:
Levi's
Colour:
Blue
Chest:
40″
Length:
25″
Condition:
Good
Stock Code:
DENJSL001258
Size Guide

Product Conditions Explained

  • Mint - item never been worn or remains in museum quality; often unsold shop stock aka deadstock, with original sales tags or packaging included.
  • Excellent - item has no holes, stains or repairs and has been extremely well cared for over the years.
  • Very good - item appears slightly worn, for example has very minor fading or a tiny repair which is not in an obvious place.
  • Good - item has some wear, with minor fading, small marks or small repairs which will be made clear in the product description. It is still wearable.
  • Fair - item appears worn and has obvious flaws; however it is collectible, rare or very old and as such still desirable. Signs of wear may contribute to the history of the piece; as in vintage military clothing. Faults will be outlined in the product description. Item may still be wearable; if it is better suited as a collector's item or for display only this will be mentioned.
  • Handmade - items that are handmade using vintage clothing and textiles such as our Rokit Recycled range. There will be no obvious faults; any small marks or fading will be mentioned in the description.
  • New - item is brand new, never worn and occasionally has original tags attached

We want you to get the most out of your vintage clothes so knowing how to care for them is essential. With the right care, storage and a bit of TLC, your vintage garments will be worn for generations to come!


Storing vintage clothes

  • Always keep your vintage garments in a dry, dust-free place away from direct sunlight to avoid fading and deterioration of fabric.
  • Always hang up vintage garments to dry out perspiration instead of leaving them in a hamper until wash day.
  • Always use wooden or padded hangers as wired hangers can ruin the fabric at the shoulders and cause rips over time.
  • Always fold fragile silks, knits and beaded items carefully instead of hanging them.
  • Do not store vintage garments in plastic bags or plastic storage containers as the fabric needs to breathe.


Washing vintage clothes

  • Always read the care label and follow the washing instructions when available.
  • Always check for loose seams, holes or frays before washing to avoid damaging the garment further.
  • Always hand wash or dry clean vintage garments pre 1960s vintage as they are non machine washable. If the fabric is very old or delicate, good airing can often remove odour without damaging the garment.
  • Always hand wash or dry clean silk, wool, velvet and any garment with beading. Please make sure your dry cleaner is experienced in vintage fabrics.
  • Always hang up the vintage garments on a drying rack instead of drying them in the dryer.
  • Attempt to wash your vintage garments less to avoid damaging the garment from repeated washing.

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You can return any item (excluding hosiery and pierced jewellery) you are not completely happy with for a refund, within 10 days of receiving them. All you need to do is create an online return in your My Account and enclose the return reference number along with your return items.

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