Rainy Spring Mornings Shacket

$25.00 Regular price $45.00
SKU: IB876

Rainy Spring Mornings Shacket - Small is backordered and will ship as soon as it is back in stock.

Let’s face it, even in 2021 we’re still feeling that pandemic cabin fever...might as well look good at home, right? Channel your inner lumberjack or homebody in this cozy, neutral-toned flannel. The perfect piece to carry you through until springtime!

Details:

  • Medium weight plaid jacket with front pockets, button up detailing, and collared neckline. Button sleeves and pockets.
  • 100% polyester, hand wash cold, line dry.

 

Katey is wearing a small.
Meet our Model Katey:
Height - 5’2”
Bust - 31”
Waist - 27”
Hips - 37.5”

“My name is Katey and I’m a 22 year old teacher in Olathe. I love bingeing movies, snacking, playing with my dog, and ONLINE SHOPPING.
I’m most inspired by the people in my life. I work with some amazing teachers and students throughout the week. My youngest brother also has a chromosome deletion and he inspires me to love my life with no regrets.”

 

Emileigh is wearing a medium.
Meet our Model Emileigh:
Height - 5’5”
Bust - 38”
Waist - 32”
Hips - 39”

“Hi I’m Emileigh! I’m a grad student studying Higher Education at the University of Kansas (ROCKCHALK!) I love fashion and shopping small. Music is my love language. I’m always down for a long drive down some backroads and a fun fact about me is that I host a podcast called The Homestead Honey!”

 

Amanda is wearing a large.
Meet our Model Amanda:
Height - 5’5”
Bust - 46“
Waist - 38”
Hips - 49.5”

Amanda is a feisty natural redhead, mom of three girls and wife to Rob. She spends her days feeding kids, feeding her flock of chickens, feeding the dog and feeding the beta fish. When she isn’t busy being responsible for all the living creatures, she is working on her passion project, Lawrence Lady Boss Project. This networking group formed to bring together female entrepreneurs in the Lawrence, Kansas area through Networking Night Out events. The project has grown since its founding in 2019 and has since found new ways to bring the local community together. Amanda’s other passions include reading, sleeping, writing, the state of Kansas and coffee.