1940’s WWII Era Souvenir Smoking Jacket

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Can work as both a wall hanger or a statement piece for going out on the town. Would’ve been a souvenir theatre made for GI’s who were in the pacific during WWII. The original purpose was to wear this over your suit to take in all the cigar smell, hence the name smoking jacket. That practice started centuries ago and this era and style of jacket was popularized by the Rat Pack. Measurements are with the jacket closed together as if it was belted. Without the belt it will fit larger, base it off your shoulder measurements. Fits like an XL not belted, a medium belted. I’ve worn it in the past and I fit an XL.


Chest - 23”

Length - 33.5”

Shoulders - 19.75”

Sleeves - 23”

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