COMME DES GARONS Wool coat - Comme des Garçons
  • Stella McCartney Bryce wool-blend felt coat
    net-a-porter.com
    Button fastening at front. 62% wool, 34% polyamide, 2% acrylic, 1% cotton, 1% polyester; lining1: 52% rayon, 48% cotton; lining2: 100% rayon. Dry clean
  • Cédric Charlier Wool-blend felt coat
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    Antique-rose wool-blend felt. Button fastenings at double breasted front. 75% wool, 25% polyamide; lining: 60% acetate, 40% rayon. Dry clean
  • Trina Turk Wrap Coat - Jane Alpaca
    bloomingdales.com
    Wrap up your look with this chic blanket topper from Trina Turk. A decadently oversized collar, rich textured panels and a waist-defining belt keep this of-the-moment silhouette as figure-flattering as it is sophisticated. Wool/nylon; contrast: wool/suri alpaca/nylon/polyester; lining: polyester. Dry clean. Imported. Oversized shawl collar, long sleeves. Textured tonal panels at collar, front and cuffs. Self-tie belt at waist with concealed snap closure, two hip slit pockets, lined.
  • Thakoon Quilted plaid woven coat
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    Light-gray and antique-rose woven polyester, wool and elastane-blend . Concealed snap and zip fastening through front. 53% polyester, 44% wool, 3% elastane; lining: 100% silk. Dry clean
  • Burberry The Westminster - Mid-Length Heritage Trench Coat for Women
    burberry.com
    The Westminster is a classic fit trench coat with a lightly tapered waist and raglan sleeves. The coat is made in England from cotton gabardine, invented by Thomas Burberry in 1879. The tightly woven cloth is protective against wind and rain, while being lightweight and breathable. Design details reference the coat's military heritage: epaulettes are positioned on the shoulders, a gun flap fastens at the chest and a storm shield covers the upper back. A throat latch and hook-and-eye collar provide further protection from the weather. Placed to ensure complete symmetry, the lining and undercollar are crafted from cotton twill in House check, a design used by Burberry since the 1920s.
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