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The Sai Quilted Patchwork Kantha Coat

Quilted Vintage Kantha Textile Reversible Coat

Regular price $793.00
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The Sai Coat is fully reversible with large roomy pockets and coconut shell buttons on both sides for maximum versatility. The garment also features a mandarin collar, and cotton bias finishing on one side to highlight the shape and graphic lines of the seams.

Made in Jaipur, India

About the Textiles Used: This Sai Coat is made from repurposed Vintage Kantha quilts, and the original patina includes areas of fraying, patches and an age-softened feel. 

This one-of-a-kind piece features mixed prints and blocks of colour in contrasting tones.

Fabric Composition: 100% Recycled Cotton 

Fabric Weight: Medium, structured.

Details & Sizing

- Genderless, reversible design
- Relaxed fit
-Sleeves are designed to be rolled to show the reverse side and for adjustability.
- One size fits many
Measurements (in inches):
Front length (from collar): 34.25”
Pit to pit: 65”
Hip: 22.5”
Sleeve length from collar: 29”
Sleeve opening: 7"

Garment Care

This Jacket has already been pre-washed, and can be machine laundered with cold water on a delicate cycle, and air dried. Dry Cleaning is not recommended.

Shipping & Returns

Free Shipping

We offer free shipping on all orders within the United States.

Free Returns

Free returns (within the US) on all items, subject to a $20 restock fee. Returns are accepted within 14 days of receiving your item. Returns for store credit with no restock fee can be made within 20 days of delivery.

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Sustainability

All Namai garments are designed in New York and handcrafted from third-generation vintage fabric in a small, family-run workshop in India by local artisans.

Read more about our commitment to sustainable, zero-waste design and ethical production.

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