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Shop parkas to bundle up during those cold weather days! Choose from top brands like MANGO, Patagonia, Burberry and more. When it comes to outerwear that’s functional and stylish, the options are many. A weather-resistant parka is a great jacket for casual wear, and has a utilitarian yet downtown feel. Try a hooded parka trimmed in shearling, or faux fur, to add a little more drama to your on-the-go look while staying toasty! These coats are perfect to throw on to go from the gym to running errands, and look great with yoga leggings and sneakers. Parkas come in an array of neutral colors, like military green and grey, but make a bright statement in unexpected yellow and pink hues.
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  • Altuzarra Women's Shearling Anderson Parka
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    Altuzarra Women's Shearling Anderson Parka
    Crafted of black bonded wool-blend plain-weave,  Altuzarra's Anderson parka is styled with a removable lamb shearling collar. Wide notched collar, cased drawstring waist, flap patch front pockets, zip cuffs with extended button tabs, notched drawstring hem at back. Two-way zip closure, concealed snap placket . Lined . Available in Black . 79% wool, 15% nylon, 5% LYCRA®, 1% silk; lining: 67% acetate, 33% polyester; collar: 100% dyed lamb shearling. Dry clean; collar: specialty care. Made in Italy; lamb shearling country of origin: Italy . Our model is 5’10”/178cm and wearing a size 36 FR.
  • Altuzarra Hastings shearling-lined parka
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    Altuzarra Hastings shearling-lined parka
    Joseph Altuzarra takes inspiration from the English countryside for Pre-AW15, putting luxurious slants on everyday staples. This Hasting parka is crafted from softly quilted khaki cotton-twill and features a detachable brown ribbed-velvet point collar and a green grosgrain trim. Wear it completely fastened with the drawstring waist neatly cinched, letting the full Mongolian lamb-shearling lining peek out from the edges.

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