Not just for Cowboys anymore


I have always loved Jean Jackets. Personally I can recall when they first came into the market place as a fashion statement. Back then they were mainly worn by let’s say the tougher elements of our society- Cowboys and Bikers.

Over the years, just as many other fashion statements, they evolved into more main stream fashion statements. I decided I wanted to design a more sophisticated Jean Jacket and this is what I came up with.

Jean jackets in general have a Sagittarian or Aries feel to them. They are adventurous souls that love outdoor activities. So, if you are looking for more adventure in your life you may find that free spirit in these jackets.

These color selections are very limited but the jacket can be special ordered in many color variations. I am currently working on a rich red denim with red Asian inspired Embroidered contrast. Now that is very Aries the color of it’s ruling planet Mars.
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PS- Did you know that not all jean jackets are made from denim? A typical Jean Jacket is more sporty in style – instead try one of these dressier jackets! Not just for cowboys anymore!

This Week’s Featured Fashion…. The Sophisticated Jean Jacket

A more sophisticated Jean Jacket.

A more sophisticated Jean Jacket.

Black denim back


Eggplant Jacket Eggplant back Teal front Teal back



These one of a kind, unique jackets are available for a limited time.

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Want one created in YOUR favorite color and fabric? Special orders available by request. Email me for details!

Peggy Gray is the creative influence behind 22 Shades of Gray. Peggy started sewing at the age of 17 and never stopped. After years of working in the fashion industry she decided it was time to start her own business. She built a studio adjacent to her home in Buskirk, a beautiful country drive 20 minutes from everywhere.

Peggy loves to combine different types of fabrics to create entirely new fabrics and textures. This allows her to create unique and one-of-a- kind garments. The additional purchase of knitting machines extended the possibilities of creativity. She started selling her garments at local shows boutiques, on line and at her Buskirk studio.

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