Our black cotton jacket with strips of patola-inspired patterns is a versatile finishing touch to your travel wardrobe. Pair it with our coordinating Patola Travel Shirt or wear it over a T-shirt, tank top, silk shell, or sundressit suits a range of styles and turns a trail-ready outfit into something suitable for exploring a museum or visiting a local café.
Traditional patola weaving is an intricate form of double ikat, meaning that the warp and weft threads are tie-dyed according to a predetermined pattern. The process is painstaking, and silk patola saris are prized parts of a bride’s trousseau in Gujarat, India, where the technique is a specialty.
Made in India. 100% cotton. Unlined, with zip front and two slash pockets. Women’s sizes S (4–6), M (8–10), L (12–14), XL (16–18), XXL (20).
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