Move Free Leather Look Moto Jacket
Move Free Leather Look Moto Jacket
Move Free Leather Look Moto Jacket
Move Free Leather Look Moto Jacket
Move Free Leather Look Moto Jacket
Move Free Leather Look Moto Jacket

Move Free Leather Look Moto Jacket

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Move over, moto jackets, there’s a new girl in town. Meet the Move Free Leather-Look Moto Jacket. We set our design standards high with this bold beauty, and she does not disappoint. We took the lovable comfort of a favorite soft stretchy hoodie, mixed in fashion-forward detailing, and wrapped it all up in luxuriously soft leather inspired fabric finishing to give you a "leather look" moto jacket like no other. It's soft, warm, fleeced interior will carry you right into cooler temps, but it's versatile enough to wear season after season. The best part??  The high stretch fabric means this fall favorite truly complements your shape while moving with you - no more putting up with boxy, stiff-fitting, faux leather feeling jackets! You will feel just as fabulous as you look!

Semi fitted jacket with a lot of stretch allows for a slim fit with a flattering close to the body fit. Stay in your normal size. Consider sizing up only if between sizes and intend to layer with something thicker than a long sleeve tee, and/or if you are busty and want to wear it zipped.

Model is 5'7 and is wearing a XS.

S (4-6):
Front length: 22 1/4"
Bust: 16 1/2"
Bottom opening: 16"
Sleeve length: 25"
Bicep: 6 1/2"

M (8-10):
Front length: 22 3/4"
Bust: 17 1/2"
Bottom opening: 17"
Sleeve length: 25 1/4"
Bicep: 6 3/4"

L (12-14):
Front length: 23 3/4"
Bust: 19"
Bottom opening: 18 1/2"
Sleeve length: 25 1/2"
Bicep: 7 1/8"

Care: Turn inside out. Machine wash cold. Do not bleach. Line dry. Iron low heat. Do not dry clean.

Material: Self: 90% Polyester, 10% Spandex. Contrast: 80% Polyester, 15% Cotton, 5% Spandex.

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Grace and Lace have partnered up with Angel House, with a portion of every sale going towards building orphanages in India.  They take orphans off the street and give them basic necessities such as food, water, and school supplies.  They have also funded a safe house for young women, helping them to escape the prolific sex trafficking that is so common in that area while learning a new trade to support themselves.