Vintage white chef's jacket by London Linen Supply. Made of heavy duty cotton. Probably made in the 1950s or thereabouts. It looks like a chef's jacket, but might possibly have been for use in other hygiene-conscious occupations such as hospitals or food factories. It was designed to be easily washed.
Long sleeves.Double breasted.Unisex - it fastens either way.Stud front - there are stud holes, suitable for old-fashioned detachable studs/buttons (not included).Stand collar.
(from garment measurements):
Chest measurement: 46 inches
Shoulder to shoulder: 19 inches
Length, neck to hem at the back: 27 inches
Length of sleeve, shoulder to end of cuff: 24 inches
Length of sleeve, armpit to end of cuff: 19 inches
Vintage working garment, over half a century old, and in fairly good condition, though not pristine and not perfect.
It has just been laundered, so it is clean, and fresh.
There is some discolouration from normal use, particularly on the left arm.
There are also some small holes, mainly on the shoulders and sleeves, as shown.
A few storage marks.
Please see photographs.