OVERLOCK STITCH HAORI JACKET
This is a one-size, tie-fronted jacket cut from a combination of soft cotton jersey and cotton lawn. The jersey panels feature a silhouette-defining overlock stitch detail, and the pintucked cotton lawn panel has been placed centrally on the front and back.
Finished with in-seam pockets and sleeves designed to hit at the wristbone
In Japan, historically, a Haori was hip-length and worn over a kimono; in modern-day Japan, it's the term given to a wear-over-anything open front, loose top with few or no buttons.