Studio D'Artisan - Stitched Sashiko Coverall - Indigo
We've seen a ton of fabrics made in the Sashiko "style" at this point, but this is the first we've seen with a dobby double weave. This style of weaving, once washed, gives this swollen-like appearance that gives the fabric a 3-dimensional feel, unlike all other sashiko we've seen. These are built with super soft cotton and a heavy rinse/wash that makes them comfy from the start. They've also used oversized tagua buttons and a 3-style pocket style to give it that true coverall feel. There's something more fancy about this piece though than other coveralls we've seen. We could see a university man wearing this as a casual replacement for his blazer. And you can match it with the pants.
- Indigo-dyed Sashiko fabric
- 100% Cotton
- Oversized Tagua nut buttons
- One Wash
- Metal zipper opening
- SDA original woven label
- Made in Japan
A variance of +/-.5" is within tolerance.
Fit Notes: We were fully expecting these to fit small like the rest of Studio's lineup, but we were wrong. We started with a 42 and it was way too large. So Tommy is wearing a 40 in the pictures, and as you can see, it still has a bit of an oversized look. He could easily wear a 38 for a more tailored look. This has plenty of room in the arms, chest, and length to make it a perfect layering coverall. Tommy is 5'10," 180lbs with a 40" chest.