Jacquotte Delahaye sailed the Caribbean Sea during the 1650s, captaining a gang of hundreds of other pirates and taking over a small island. The Captain Jacquotte Delahaye Pirate Coat pays homage to the legend of this buccaneer, who reportedly faked her own death and lived as a man for many years. After her return, she gained the nickname Back from the Dead Red due to her vibrant hair. This buccaneer coat has been inspired by authentic pirate coats from history. Made from rustic cotton fabric, the red-brown pirate captain coat features aged wooden buttons along the front, pockets, and back slit. The pockets add a functional element to the design, while the full linen lining ensures comfort. This privateer coat is much more than a costume, offering incredible style and quality craftsmanship for anyone who enjoys pirate fashions.
- Made from cotton fabric
- Lined with linen
- Decorated with wooden buttons
- Has functional pockets
- Suits steampunk and pirate styles