Cropped Designer Rhino Jacket Size 2
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Women’s Designer Cropped Jacket Dedicated to the Rhinoceros unicornis
One of a Kind – Art to Wear Jacket
Featuring a beaded dung beetle and applique Rhino with embroidered Red-billed oxpecker friends.
This sexy cropped designer women’s jacket celebrates the efforts to bring the Rhinoceros Unicornis back from the edge of extinction. After reading “The Science of Endangered Feces”, which illuminates the critical relationships between animals in ecosystems, we had to include a dung beetle on the jacket. Of course no Rhinoceros is complete without a few oxpecker friends to clean their armor.
Shell Canvas 74% Recycled Cotton, 24% Acrylic, 2% Other
Hood Fleece 100% Organic Cotton hand dyed in house
Lining Plain Weave Vintage Floral Print, mustard gold with blue flowers, probably a cotton poly blend, pre washed and dried.
Made in Sutton, Vermont.
Hand Wash Cold and Hang to Dry
We like to support Save The Rhino through the sale of our Rhinocerous unicornis inspired apparel. They are expanding sanctuaries, supporting rangers and raising funds to prevent the extinction of all five species of Rhinos; the Greater one-horned, Sumatran, Javan, as well as White and Black rhinos; whom have become extinct in the wild and survive only in protected sanctuaries with the support of organizations like Save the Rhino, The World Wildlife Federation, and the International Rhino Foundation.
Finished, this cropped designer jacket measures:
Shoulder: 15 1/2 ”
Waist: 28 1/2″
Sleeve: 31″ from center back neckline
Across Back: 15″
Center Back Length: 16 1/4″
The model in these photos is typically a size 4/6, 5′ 2″ tall and about 125lbs. She is wearing a size 2 jacket and it fits a little snug. Though it fits for the photos a size 2 is not recommended for a size 4/6 because we want you to be comfortable when you hug friends while wearing your jacket.
Please contact us directly to custom order an Earth Bitch jacket in your size.
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To read more about rhinos, our inspiration and the making of this jacket see the journal entry, Why are we Beading a dung beetle? .