Star Watcher Classic Cloak

Blue

Since ancient times, Native Americans have practiced astronomy to predict the arrival of the brightest stars. Mysterious medicine wheels in Wyoming and Canada track the rising of Aldebaran, Rigel and Sirius, inspiring this dynamic design. The Pawnee people of the Central Plains honored the Pleiades Cluster, and believe the Pole Star was a protective chief who shone highest in the night sky. Pawnee lodges and villages were planned with astronomy in mind, dedicating one corner of each village to the Evening Star. 

Star Watcher Classic Cloak Star Watcher Classic Cloak

Star Watcher Classic Cloak

Blue

Since ancient times, Native Americans have practiced astronomy to predict the arrival of the brightest stars. Mysterious medicine wheels in Wyoming and Canada track the rising of Aldebaran, Rigel and Sirius, inspiring this dynamic design. The Pawnee people of the Central Plains honored the Pleiades Cluster, and believe the Pole Star was a protective chief who shone highest in the night sky. Pawnee lodges and villages were planned with astronomy in mind, dedicating one corner of each village to the Evening Star. 

Size Guide

Size PS OS
Height Under 5'4" 5'4" - 5'11"
Shoulder to shoulder flat
(1/2 total shoulder span)
22" 22"
Bust flat
(1/2 total bust)
27" 27"
Bottom opening flat (1/2 total opening) 41" 42"
Highest shoulder point to front hem 27" 29"
Highest shoulder point to back hem 29" 31"
Sleeve length
(Shoulder to sleeve hem)
27" 29"

We offer custom sizing upon request. Please email info@lindseythornburg.com for any additional sizing or custom sizing inquiries.

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Fully lined bell-shaped hooded cloak with welt patch pockets and three toggle closure.

Lindsey Thornburg allocates a portion of sales to Native American organizations, such as Chizh for Cheii, NDN Collective and Seeding Sovereignty.

Unnapped Pendleton blankets: 82% Wool, 18% Cotton. Wool Cashmere facings and Silk Rayon peachskin lining.

Since ancient times, Native Americans have practiced astronomy to predict the arrival of the brightest stars. Mysterious medicine wheels in Wyoming and Canada track the rising of Aldebaran, Rigel and Sirius, inspiring this dynamic design. The Pawnee people of the Central Plains honored the Pleiades Cluster, and believe the Pole Star was a protective chief who shone highest in the night sky. Pawnee lodges and villages were planned with astronomy in mind, dedicating one corner of each village to the Evening Star.