A unique denim jacket that used two types of handloom fabrics, both dyed in natural indigo. Lapel collar in lighter Indigo blue and body of dark Indigo vat from Gujrat. With a front open this jacket has wooden button. The yoke and under arm panel in light blue denim. It has a round hem with white contrast cotton thread stitching back slightly longer than front, darts to give shape in front and back. It has a cotton lining in black on the inside. Handloom denim is not made in mills, either at yarn stage or at fabric stage. It is made in village clusters using Hand dyed yarns (in natural indigo) of hand spun cotton on a Charkha by women. Carbon footprint is minimized in a garment if yarn and weaving both are done by hand operated traditional technology.