AntiLabel plush motorcycle jacket made from vintage faux fur fabric and upcycled genuine leather. (That is soft as buttah!) Jacket is nipped at the waist for a slight hourglass fit, has a heavy duty zipper, front pockets and pre-washed cotton lining.
TOTALLY one of a kind—you will not find one exactly the same!
Bust (zipped all the way) 33”-36”
True Waist (zipped all the way) 27-31”
High hip up to 40”
Underarm to hem (at side seam) 12.5”
Underarm to wrist 18”
Across the back (shoulder seam to seam) 16”
*FREE US shipping within one business day!*
Payment is expected right away, as I do not do holds or trades.
I will only accept a cancellation if it is requested within an hour of your original purchase.
I offer domestic FREE SHIPPING on most everything so your item will be shipped the most inexpensive way possible (within reason)
International packages will also ship First Class, at the lowest rate possible to cover costs.
If you need it sooner, you MUST contact me prior to purchasing.
Request a cancellation within: 1 hours of purchase
But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.
Unless there is some INSANE incident, I DO NOT ACCEPT RETURNS. I apologize for any inconvenience.
I accept and will review all Alchemy requests, although there is no guarantee that I will be able to accept the job. I also am available for select custom orders. If you need something, just ask me!! :)
Your information will not be shared.
I DO NOT accept returns.
Possibly, but most pieces are ONE OF A KIND and there will be a slight variation in each custom piece.
My measurements are based on the FULLEST part of the bust, the SMALLEST part of your "true" waist (about 2" above belly button), and the WIDEST part of the hip, including the butt.
Most likely, I will not. You are more than welcome to request custom work though.
A sample is one of the "first runs" of the design. This could mean that there are MINOR imperfections, or that it was worn for multiple photo shoots or fashion shows. The price will always reflect the condition.
Making a custom garment requires much more work. I must alter or re-create new patterns, source new fabric, and grade your garment to your precise measurements.