Katha Bomber Jacket


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Ethically made in small quantities at our studio in Newtown, Australia.

Looking for a standout statement outer layer? Look no further - you've landed the jackpot! Our Bomber Jacket silhouette is the perfect canvas for our playful & vibrant Katha Community Print. Made from a light, breatheable silk crepe de chine - this jacket is au naturel and made for trans-seasonal dressing & summertime layering. 

DESIGN: This zip front jacket has a softly fitted cut and sits just above the hips. It features black and white deadstock ribbed cotton accents, lined pocket detailing, and a sturdy YKK zip.

PRINT: The Katha Community Print, featuring artwork by a group of 11 migrant mothers from the Westmead Public School Community Hub. Each season we collaborate with artists, designers and our community to create prints exclusive to The Social Outfit. Please note that print placement may vary, as we cut our garments to reduce fabric wastage.

Need a bit more help with finding your size? Check out our Model Size Guide for reference!  

Complete the look: 

Rosaline wears with our Sejal's Curls Shell Top & Black Linen Palazzo Pants

Kiara wears with our Katha Silk Tee and Blue 80's Skirt.

Love this print? Shop all Katha Print items.

100% silk crepe de chine.
Garment Care
Cold hand wash separately with mild detergent. Do not soak. Do not bleach. Do not tumble dry. Do not spot clean. Hang to dry in shade. Cool iron.
Model: Rosaline is 175cm tall and is wearing a Size XL. Kiara is 175cm tall and is wearing a size S.

The Social Outfit offers refunds and exchanges for non-sale items within 30 days of receipt. Please refer to our Returns Policy for detailed information.

Shipping: Free shipping for orders above $250.
"Stylish, sustainable fashion and accessories that provide an income for our communities... everyone's a winner, the client, the earth and the creators."
— Jeannine
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The jacket looks amazing - the fabric is wonderful and it is so perfectly made. It’s also nice to know this is not just some fast fashion, but rather has heart and soul! Love it!"
— Louise
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