Three winter coats that will stand the test of time

27th October 2017

Our winter coats are designed to not only stand the test of time but to do so in the utmost style. So come what may weather wise, and let’s face it, in Britain that could be anything, a good, trustworthy coat to last throughout the season and beyond is a must. Our women’s coats are full of little details, such as shaped quilting for definition, feather and down fill for insulation and detachable collars and hoods to offer more longevity throughout the seasons – and of course to ensure that warmth is kept in and draughts out.

Our winter coats are designed to not only stand the test of time but to do so in the utmost style.

We’ve rounded up our three favourite winter jackets of the season to help you choose your perfect autumn/winter companion.

The Caldecott Padded Jacket

Our winter coats are designed to not only stand the test of time but to do so in the utmost style.

Filled with feather and down to combat the coldest of days this coat is a cold weather winner. We’ve lined the high stand collar and hood with the best faux-fur we could find, it’s detachable too so that you can create different looks as the seasons move on. Brass poppers and a flattering cut all add to this coat’s (substantial) appeal.

The Gosling Padded Jacket

Our winter coats are designed to not only stand the test of time but to do so in the utmost style.

A nipped in shape, curved hem and slimmer quilting make this short coat a flattering option for keeping the cold at bay. A detachable faux fur collar and hood makes it suitable for all weather conditions throughout the seasons, we’ve added brass poppers and zip to contrast with the colour ways and practical front pockets too.

The Wyndfall three-in-one Parka

Our winter coats are designed to not only stand the test of time but to do so in the utmost style.

Our very latest three-in-one coat has a lot going for it. Wear the soft, peached cotton, cinched in waist, waterproof coat or the full length padded inner jacket on their own or zip them together to create a jacket that’s designed to withstand the bitterest of days with ease. Warm and stylish, you won’t know what you did without this practical winter coat.

Which one is your favourite?

2 Comments

  • Emma Gladstone

    04.11.2017 at 19:29 Reply

    Caldecott

  • Jo Milligan

    04.11.2017 at 21:40 Reply

    Just love the Caldecott xx

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