Batch No.6 is our first women's fit chore jacket. We took our original chore and tweaked it to suit the female figure. The main differences are:

A shorter body means finishing on the hips rather than thighs. We've found the length is much more flattering with high waisted trousers and dresses that can be harder to style with a traditional, longer chore jacket.

The A-line cut gives a boxier fit all round and means the jacket can be easily buttoned up without feeling tight over curves.

Tapered arms that finish neatly on the wrist, without needing to be rolled.


    Having a jacket made for you means you've got to get the sizing right upfront. To make it as easy as possible for you to find your fit, we've compiled our size advice and measurement charts, along with photography to give you all the information you should need. 

    The Size Chart.

    To find your size, our size chart should come in handy.

    Cat is 5 ft 5 and wears a UK 10-12 on top and UK 10-12 or Medium in jeans.

    When she wears French Navy, she's wearing a Medium.

    For an oversized look, she wears the Ecru jacket in a size Large.


    Fern is 5 ft 9 and wears a UK 8 in tops and UK 8 in jeans.

    She wears Sage Green & Bill's Blue in size Small.



    Please note, the measurements are taken when the jacket is laid flat and buttoned up, measuring in centimetres from seam to seam. 

    If you don't know which size to go for, we recommend finding the jacket in your wardrobe that fits the best, and comparing our measurements to your own.

    Or, drop us a message on instagram if you'd like any advice.