This listing is for a womens vintage jacket. I posted a photo of this jacket on the eCRATER Vintage seller boards, and people there felt that this jacket would date from the 40’s, with modern replacement buttons. The jacket has no labels at all in it. There are no brand, size, or fiber content labels. There are no areas where it looks like labels have been removed, either. The jacket does appear to be a small size. This jacket looks like it has barely been worn. There is a small separation in the seam at the back of one of the armholes, which could be fixed by sewing it closed. The fabric has a nice weight to it. It feels like it could be wool. I was told the design is herringbone. The jacket has a dry cleaning tag safety pinned to the back of the neck. The jacket has a nice line and design to it. I particularly like the back of the jacket. This jacket looks like it is very well made. There are a few areas where hand stitching can be seen in the jacket. The jacket has two embellished areas, at the top front, which have a beaded design on them. There is a fabric strip adjoined to each of the beaded areas. One of the fabric strips seems to be a little less tight against the fabric than the other one is. It seems to have more slack in it, near where it meets the beading. The fabric strips continue along until the back of the jacket, where they cross. The jacket buttons up the front. The buttons appear to be newer buttons, so it appears that the buttons were replaced at some point. The buttons look like plastic, and the people on the eCRATER seller boards said they probably were originally fabric covered buttons. The jacket has shoulder pads, but they are not large shoulder pads. The jacket has two front pockets, and cuffs at the ends of the sleeves. I see three tiny holes in this jacket. There may be more, but I did see three. Two are on the back of the jacket, at the center near the top. One is on the sleeve. The holes are very small, and do not look like they are all the way through the fabric. They look like they are in the top layer of the fabric. There may be another hole on the jacket back, or it might just be an irregularity in the fabric pattern. Please take note that there are a few small holes in this jacket, and do not buy if it is a concern.