Why calling it ‘Moon jacket’?
When I was pondering for a name, the soft curves of this jacket, polkadots, and swirl of the button made an image of the full moon pop up in my head 🙂
This cotton double cloth was woven in Japan. The polkadot (printed) side is a twill, and plain navy side is a canvas. They were woven at the same time to create a fabric. Unlike the usual double cloth which two separate fabrics are bonded or fused every inch, this fabric is stable all the way to the selvedge and softer.
The texture of this fabric is closer to a denim but much softer and denser.
You can button it up to the top or leave the top button undone as an open collar.
The dropped shoulder gives you an ease for the shoulder area and arms.
The bodice is quite roomy but slightly tapered towards the hem to make it less bulky.
It features large patch pockets and a mini pocket for an accent.
The specifications are;
Body width 122cm (circumference)
Sleeve 77.5cm(from the centre back nape to the cuff)
Bottom width 102cm
Only one available.
Out of stock
à pois is a Melbourne-based women’s handmade clothing label. Each and every garment is unique, and lovingly created by maker Kotoyo. Through pregnancy and motherhood Kotoyo became fascinated by her own physical transformation. Searching for natural fabrics and garments became her passion. She learnt how to sew, embroider, print making, and tatting. She studied and took inspiration from Japanese pattern books. She then began making ‘made to measure’ clothing for women from the comfort of her own kitchen table. à pois is now in its tenth year, and defiantly remains a business conducted from the home. à pois aims to create simple and comfortable garments that become part of your everyday life, using natural fabrics that will last and grow with you. INSTAGRAM | WEBSITE