This box crop denim jacket is tomboy perfection. The shoulder break is dropped and pulled in for a boyish, yet slim fit. We use a Japanese comfort stretch denim for that vintage look but with an elevated touch and stretch. This is a denim jacket your boyfriend might actually want to trade his for.
– Fits true to size/recommend sizing up if you want it to fit more boyishly
– Strength:comfort stretch denim: 95% C/5%EA, 11.5oz
– Specs: Bust 19″ / Sweep 18″ / Length 20″
– Care instructions: wash inside out in cold water, tumble dry low or hang dry
Purchases from the Dazey Lady Shop may ship separately from standard Dazey LA orders. Please note that purchases from the Dazey Lady Shop are unavailable for international shipping.
Meet the Dazey Lady: Su
In an industry where the bottom line often wins, Father’s Daughter aims first to build up artistic confidence and foster the people behind the brand, whether it’s the wash contractor, the sewer, the intern, or the photographer.
Some would call Su Kim a 1.5-generation Korean because she moved to California when she was six years old. Around 1991 her father moved her family to Los Angeles and became a denim pattern maker. Su grew up seeing the ins and outs of the fashion industry. Later she studied nouvelle couture for two years in France—learning sketching, construction, draping, sewing, and how to deal with incredibly intimidating French women—Su returned to LA for a career at a major denim label. Despite such a large reach, she felt creatively cramped. She wanted to pour all of herself into a project.
When she approached her dad about creating their own brand, he said he’d been waiting for her to come to this point, when she felt ready. She was ready. So they went for it—a small family team, creating something larger than themselves.
Little label, big dream.