Haori Coat - Heavyweight Double Layered Cotton Gauze - Stone
Haori Coat - Heavyweight Double Layered Cotton Gauze - Stone
Haori Coat - Heavyweight Double Layered Cotton Gauze - Stone
Haori Coat - Heavyweight Double Layered Cotton Gauze - Stone
Haori Coat - Heavyweight Double Layered Cotton Gauze - Stone
Haori Coat - Heavyweight Double Layered Cotton Gauze - Stone
Haori Coat - Heavyweight Double Layered Cotton Gauze - Stone

Haori Coat - Heavyweight Double Layered Cotton Gauze - Stone

Vendor
Atelier Delphine
Regular price
$396.00
Sale price
$396.00

Atelier Delphine's signature Haori Coat, inspired by traditional kimono jacket details. Relaxed, oversized and unisex fit with two hip pockets. Also available in Black

Made in the USA with imported fabric from Japan - Atelier Delphine's signature double layered heavy cotton gauze.

Care Instruction: Machine wash with gentle cycle / Hand wash / Tumble dry low

Measurements across back of garment:

  • Size XS
    • Pit to pit 33"
    • Length 31.5"
  • Size S
    • Pit to pit 34"
    • Length 32.5"
  • Size M
    • Pit to pit 35"
    • Length 33.5"

Victoria wears a size extra small. This item runs large - if you are between sizes and prefer a more slim fit (vs. intended oversized fit) size down. We love cuffing the sleeves on warmer summer evenings, and layering with our winter coats as the temperature cools. Styled with the Kiko Pants in Stone by Atelier Delphine and the long knit top in Taupe by Cordera.

About Atelier Delphine

Atelier Delphine was founded by Yuka Izutsu in March 2011 out of a desire to communicate a personal aesthetic and craft romantic loungewear for the modern woman made for curling up, settling in, and celebrating leisure. Evergreen styles include standout kimono jackets, dolman sleeves draped to perfection and easy dresses.

With collections executed in muted colors and the highest quality fabrics, Delphine’s pieces are meant to serve as a sanctuary from trend-driven fast fashion - a seamless and complimentary addition to Phosphene. Read more about Yuka and Atelier Delphine on the Phosphene Journal.