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Tuesday, March 30, 2010

[relist, lower price] Martin Margiela MM6 Wool Navy Bomber



Amazing MM6 (Martin Margiela) dark navy wool bomber jacket. I bought this from Bird in Brooklyn for my sister, but she says it's not her style. It's a tiny bit big for me, otherwise I would keep it!

Navy blue wool blend (80% wool, 20% nylon), midweight, silver hardware, zipfront, two front pockets and an additional zip pocket at the breast. Fully lined in a soft fleecy material. It has this really interesting detail that almost makes it look like a vest over a jacket. New with tag from Bird; no imperfections whatsoever.

Bust: 19
Shoulders: 16.5
Length: 22

I think this will fit a 2 or a 4.

Asking: (was $170) now $155, includes shipping in the US.

Sorry for my terrible pictures! I can provide additional photos if you are interested. Listing ends on April 10. Thank you!

3 comments:

Pennerad said...

hi there:
is this a heavier, warm jacket or one more for spring/transitional weather? thanks much!

Susie said...

hi!

the jacket is made of wool, but i think it is best for late fall/early spring. if i were going to wear it out in winter, i would put a very thick sweater underneath. hope that helps!

caroline said...

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