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Wednesday, September 5

Better hung or worn?

Possible wall art?

Love the play of colors against the fab wall!

This wool jamavar jacket pattern is based on a 14th–century jacquard textile and has been created with fabric hand–woven in the small village of Kanihama in Kashmir (India)

What uses will you find of this jacket?

[Found on, of all the places, National Geographic!]


Maddie said...

fall is my favorite time of year -
it is warmish with a little nip in the fresh air -and
I would wear this gorgeous jacket with
a scarf - and little mittens too:)

eye candy indeed!

paris parfait said...

I wouldn't wear that jacket - horizontal stripes, after all are not flattering unless you're a size 2 - but it is lovely, particularly hanging as a work of art.

Gee said...

hung or worn? i say both!

rochambeau said...

What a beautiful jacket. I adore! I'd find many reasons to were it!
Thanks for stopping by Bhavana. Your blog is very nice. I'm going to add you to my blog roll right now!

girl meets glamour said...

Love the colors...very nice as clothing or art!


Bhavna said...

I think you will look great in this jacket Maddie!

Ha ha :-D...true Tara!

Bhavna said...

I like that Kate and Gee! Wear it. and then hang it (or I should rather say...display it!)

Bhavna said...

Thank you Constance! :-)

Rochambeau is one my fav 'real story telling' blog!

Britt-Arnhild said...

Great wall art.

I have a wall in my bedroom where I occationally hang cloths for decoreation.

Bhavna said...

Great idea Britt!

Life Unscripted! said...

Hey this is so very beautiful! Absolutely Loved it!

Thanx for sharing…its awesome.

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