Wool Overalls in Cranberry Bog- 1 XL Left!
*All items bought on sale are final sale
*Also note that the straps will be dark brown cotton. The photos are from the sample pair and the wool was too thick to go through the overall buckles*
These are part of our Overalls 3.0 collection, made from the September 2020 pattern. We suggest ordering one size up due to the thickness of the wool. They will be a similar fit to the grey felted wool overalls from last year.
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Not sure about sizing? When looking at the size chart, we recommend paying most attention to the hip measurement. If you’re not used to wearing garments that are tight around your hips/butt, you may want to size up. Wool will loosen up over time, so when you try them on, remember to wear them around the house for a bit before you decide if they are too tight. You can also hike the legs up before you squat down.
There is elastic and reinforced stitching at the bottom of the straps for more range of motion, as well as reinforced stitching on the front and back seams.
The cranberry red wool is surplus Army blanket wool and the straps are brown cotton. Model is wearing a small. Also shown with the Surplus Henley Thermal and the Wool Overalls in Garland.
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MATERIAL-Deadstock cranberry red wool blanket.
FIT-There are 3 front pockets and two back pockets. Bust darts and back darts ensure a shape-hugging fit. Reinforced, contrast double stitching down center front, center back, side seams, and pockets. Reinforced elastic at the base of the straps.
Back zipper closure.
Traditional overall buckles can be adjusted for length in the torso.
CARE-Please hand wash cold only when needed (I rarely wash mine) or machine wash cold delicate and hang dry to avoid shrinkage.
X-Small, X-Large, 2X-Large