70s black faux fur coat. This coat is satin lined, wraps with a side tie, closes with one snap and matching tie-front belt. Made by Borella.
I like to use my imagination, fantasizing that the woman who wore this coat was a 70s Chicago detective. Part of a task force who didn't take shit off ANY man, many a bad guy was busted as a result of her ability do good police work out on the street.
Angie Dickinson's character (Police Woman) would be proud of her, especially working in such a misogynistic man's world... She BOSS in a coat like this.
Shoulder to shoulder: 16"
Total Length: 42"
MODEL INFO: Height: 5’6” Bust: 33” Waist: 27.5” Hips: 36”
Coat is in good vintage condition. Any wear is consistent with age.
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