LEVI'S VINTAGE CLOTHING (LVC)-1880's Triple Pleat Blouse (Goose Egg)

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Finish: Goose Egg
Model/Style #: 1880's Triple Pleat Blouse


  • Reissue of the oldest Levi's jacket ever discovered, believed to date back to 1874
  • 100% Cotton
  • 9oz Cone Mills loomstate denim
  • Cinch back
  • Double pleats and center seam at back
  • Crop Length
  • Riveted front pockets
  • Triple-pleated front placket with box stitch reinforcements
  • Leather patch at back waistband
  • Shirt-style sleeve plackets
  • Limited edition
  • Made in Turkey

The Triple Pleat Blouse is one of Levi’s® oldest and earliest denim jacket styles from the late 1800’s. The original archival jacket that this reproduction is based on was worn by a miner, showing wear and abrasion from operating heavy machinery and carts. Its iconic pleats were designed to allow for expansion by clipping the threads. Made in a new 9oz Cone Mills plain loomstate denim, washed and distressed for an authentic look and feel. Goose Egg finish is a mid-to-light base shade, with areas of sun-fading, damage, and repair. The pockets have a rounded bottom, with sewn-on, branded metal buttons. Three pleats either side of center front, cinch at center-back and leather patch on center-back waistband.

Sample Measurement (Small): 20" Chest, 32" Sleeve, 21-1/4" Body Length, 19-1/2" Waist