'I used to be a bisht before we met' A Bisht is an overcoat for men worn with festive occasions. I adjusted this vintage bisht (from origin long dark overcoat) Into a short jacket/kimono shaped top. Looks gorgeous worn with a high waist denim or a classic 501 jean. The nice golden details are kept original and handmade. Andpause labelling is attached at the inside of the jacket. At the back side there is a nice repair detail visible and the garment is finished with a nice looking hand-frayed hem. With the images below we show you how we made the original bisht into the gorgeous jacket is is now. Ingredients used while altering the bisht: – &II labelling (printed by hand) – Sewing machine – Matching yarn – Scissors How i and the bisht met. stunning gold yarn details at the center front black flowy and loose woven fabric First i stitched a sleeve shape, and removed the extra fabric I sewed french seams in the sideseam and underarm seam the gold details stay original and beautiful because they already are stitching for fray hemline At the centerback there was a small hole. This is carefully repaired by hand frayed hemline detail handmade linoprint for the costmized bisht &II labelling The &II labelling getting attached by hand Thanks for reading! – Renee.