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Jean Franklin

Delia Jumpsuit in Sky Denim

$288.00

Jean Franklin

Delia Jumpsuit in Sky Denim

$288.00

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Meet the Delia Jumpsuit in Sky Denim

A modern take on a 70s jumpsuit.

This jumpsuit was inspired by our founder’s great-grandmother who had tenacity and strength; she lived through the Dust Bowl, was content with what little she had and made the most of everything.

This is a slightly cropped, wide-legged jumpsuit with an apron style open back that can be cinched up or worn loose. Wear the jumpsuit fitted by itself or tie looser with a tee or turtleneck for cooler evenings. Comes with front patch pockets. 

Our clothes are made-to-order from deadstock fabric, which means there is only a limited amount we make in each color. Just pick your size and you'll receive your dress in 3 weeks. 

Jumpsuit is made of cotton stretch denim. This fabric runs large, we suggest you size down depending on your measurements. Questions? Contact us at: hello@jeanfranklin.com.

Hand wash and hang dry. OR take to a professional green dry/wet cleaner.

Emma is wearing a size small and her measurements are: 
Height: 5' 4"  |  Bust: 34"  |  Waist: 26"  |  Hip: 33"

Size Guide

Made-to-Order

You save money by allowing us to only make the sizes and styles you actually want. This cuts down on wasted fabric and materials, letting us reduce prices. Just pick and your hand-made clothing arrives on your doorstep in 3 weeks.

Ethical

Everyone at Jean Franklin is paid fairly. In return, you get lovingly crafted clothes created right here in Los Angeles.

Sustainable

Smarty pants. With every purchase you save beautiful unused (deadstock) fabric from being carted off to landfills by other fashion brands. These fabrics are only available in small quantities, keeping your garment unique and never mass-produced. And you’ve cut out all the water and energy usage typical of new clothing production.