The Evalina quilted jacket
The Evalina quilted jacket
The Evalina quilted jacket
The Evalina quilted jacket
The Evalina quilted jacket
The Evalina quilted jacket
The Evalina quilted jacket
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The Evalina quilted jacket

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Sunday at the Villa
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Founder of Sunday at the Villa, Jo, has been busy creating some stunning new pieces and we're delighted to be sharing them with you. Jo's created a new look by over-dying a vintage embroidered quilt navy blue and turning it into a selection of really desirable jackets and coats.

The Evalina quilted jacket has biker-inspired styling with an asymmetric front and chunky metal snaps at the neckline. It's beautifully finished with solid black binding (and we adore black and blue together). The centre front and hem utilise the scalloped edge of the original vintage quilt. With patched-on curved pockets, the Evalina is pretty, practical, sustainable and ethical all in one go.

Size: each Sunday at the Villa piece is one size only. each Sunday at the Villa piece is utterly unique, and is one size that works from an 8 to 14 (see our size guide). For reference, the model is a size 8/10 and around 5'5".

Our values and this specific product:

  • Natural materials
  • Recycled/reclaimed/reused
  • Minimal waste, pollutants and emissions
  • One off/limited edition
  • Made in the UK
Every piece from Sunday at the Villa is utterly unique, inspired by the vintage textiles that have been used to create them. Jo cleverly repurposes a combination of antique home and fashion textiles, alongside vintage trims, to give them a whole new life and leaving as little waste as possible.