Here is a 1940's women's light brown equestrian riding jacket. The tailoring is just fantastic with many great details. It can be worn two different ways. The first way is as a regular blazer with a notched collar lying flat. The other way is with the collar turned up and the tab with the button hole under the right hand side of the collar coming over and buttoning over to the other side of the turned up collar. There are three patch pockets with flaps on the front. It closes with three leather buttons. On the back of the jacket is a 2" wide band across the lower back, a pleat between the collar and the band and other stitching details. And of course shoulder pads. The lining is a striped satin type material. There is a small hole at the bottom of the right pocket and one at the back of the neck. When the collar is turned down it can hardly been see. There are two tiny holes on the top of the right hand shoulder. A seam on the left hand sleeve needs to be resewn. The lining is stained at the underarms. The measurements are as follows: Armpit to armpit 40", Waist 38", Around bottom 42", Sleeve length from shoulder seam 24", Length from back of neck 27" and Across back of shoulders 15 1/4".