1980s vintage Nothing Matches jacket
back view, colorful fabric patterning tux style jacket
close up detail of jacket back, Asian prints
closer view, tuxedo style faux shawl collar jacket
side view of cropped 80s jacket, pieced prints
close up detail, polka dot print inside pockets and frog closures of 80s Nothing Matches jacket
red lining, 80s multi print jacket
80s nothing matches jacket label, Yvonne O'Gara Collections
1980s vintage Nothing Matches jacket
back view, colorful fabric patterning tux style jacket
close up detail of jacket back, Asian prints
closer view, tuxedo style faux shawl collar jacket
side view of cropped 80s jacket, pieced prints
close up detail, polka dot print inside pockets and frog closures of 80s Nothing Matches jacket
red lining, 80s multi print jacket
80s nothing matches jacket label, Yvonne O'Gara Collections

Women's 80s Jacket Tux Style Vintage Yvonne O'Gara Nothing Matches Medium

$ 70.00 Sale Save

This vintage 1980s tuxedo style jacket features gorgeous fabrics in the "nothing matches" collage style so popular in 80s boutique clothing. Shoulders are padded with deepcut armholes. The lapels are wide at the shoulders and narrow down into the deep vee neckline that comes to the waist, where the jacket is more fitted. The jacket has a pair of bound handwarmer pockets.

SIZE: No size label

Measurements

Inches

Centimeters

Bust

39"

99

Shoulders

19"

48

Waist

36"

91.5

Length in back

19"

48

Sleeve length

21"

53.5

FABRIC/COLORS: I believe all fabrics are silk. There are four different prints, plus a solid black crepe for collar and lower sleeves and the jacket is lined in lightweight red tissue silk. The blue, teal and fuschia fabric are jaquard weave as well as print. The fuschia fabric has a hint of sparkle, and I cannot decide if the icy blue flower print is screen printed or not. Pockets are lined in whimsical cream with small red polka dots.

TAGS: Yvonne O'Gara Collections

CLOSURES: Frog closure at the waist, made of flat black braid

CONDITION: Excellent. I don't see any stains, holes, tears or other issues.

 

ABOUT YVONNE O'GARA:

Yvonne O'Gara is actually Vvonne Spritzer, who launched her own line after several years working for Ralph Lauren in the mid 1980s. Her company specialized in vest and jackets made from vintage kimonos. A NY Times article in 1989 mentions an Vvonne O'Gara vest retailing for $198 at Barneys.