Vivian Leopard Jacket
ok so we're just gonna say it because we're all thinking it. a leopard coat can go so right, OR go so wrong. this one is perfect.
ahhh. the ever elusive leopard coat. the zenith of timeless, blow-your-mind chic when it's good. and maybe the world's most tacky piece when it goes wrong. have no fear; we totally get it and that's why we designed vivian. she's dope.
what we love:
face the facts, if this was tinder you'd be swiping right.
when you take the vivian home, we do our part and donate a new, locally-made school uniform to a girl in need in africa. win-win.
Details + Fit
- vivian features a hidden triple snap front closure and is fully lined in our signature bemberg lining
- dry clean
- fits true to size
- refer to our SIGNATURE FIT GUIDE for more detailed sizing information or call us 866-207-1272 | drop us a line firstname.lastname@example.org we'd love to say hi
dig vivian but not sure if you're ready to take the plunge?
here's how we wear it:
- jeans + sneaks for weekend casual
- over LBD for instant style without too much effort
- ponte pants + heels for sophisticated but not stuffy
Impact of Purchase
with every jacket purchased, two penny blue donates a new, locally-made school uniform to a girl in need in Africa.
why support girls' education globally? because currently, more than 62 million girls worldwide are not in school. and we want to do something about it. school is often free, but requires a school uniform to attend which may girls and their families simply can not afford, that's where we can help. when we donate a new, locally-made school uniform to a girl in need we empower her, we help educate her, and we economically support her local community.
want to know more? please visit our Mission page for more information on why we are so passionate about girls' education.
who are the young girls we are supporting? please take a moment to read about the inspiring students we are helping on our Stories page. learn about the hopes and dreams of second grade girls from Akili Prep School in Kenya. students like daisy nicole, opayi, pheny, and ester (below) share what they want to be when they grow up, who their hero is, what their favorite subject is, + lots more.