Prairie Underground

Organic Crop Jacket

Special:$123.50Regular: $190
Color/Size:
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Item # wpu310

Description

The Organic Crop Jacket by Prairie Underground combines blazer styling with a soft, relaxed organic cotton knit. A ribbon trimmed double lapel adds femininity while the zip front and side pockets provide fit and function. This is a great layering piece that dresses up any outfit with laid-back style.
  • Eco-friendly Organic cotton
  • Side Pockets
  • Double lapel v-neck collar
  • Zip front
  • Elbow length sleeves with ribbed cuff
Material - 100% Organic Cotton
Made In - USA
Prairie Underground Organic Crop Jacket ( Cool Coral )
Cool Coral(S, M, L)

Product Attributes

  • Organic Crop Jacket
    • Key Attributes
    • Eco-friendly Organic cotton
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    • Side Pockets
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    • Double lapel v-neck collar
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    • Zip front
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    • Elbow length sleeves with ribbed cuff
  • Apparel
    • Type
    • Women's Top
    • Activity
    • To and From
    • Occasion
    • Casual
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    • Transitional
    • Fit
    • Fitted
    • Fabric Print
    • Solid
    • Top Length
    • Hits at hip
    • Sleeves
    • 3/4 Length Sleeve
    • Eco Credentials
    • Made in USA
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    • Organic
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    • Organic Fabric
  • Shopping
    • ApparelExempt
    • Yes

Product Review: Prairie Underground Organic Crop Jacket

Prairie Underground Brand Story

Prairie Underground is an independent clothing line made in Seattle, U.S.A, created solely with sustainable materials like organic cotton and hemp. The line directly supports a fading network of sewing freelancers in Seattle by subcontracting all production to local sew shops. Known for their utilitarian design, Prairie Underground maintains a feminine silhouette in their coats, hoodies, dresses, tops and bottoms while creating durable pieces that are built to last.

Davora Lindner and Camilla Eckersley started the company in 2004 with independent women in mind, and have since built upon their brand. Inspired by the New Romantic music movement in London and the East Village art scene in New York, they immersed themselves in experimental fashion, art, and politics within their local community, which sparked the Prairie Underground line.