As the weather starts to go cold (dare we say it?), and the days begin to look a little wintery in between the showers, we can’t help but start thinking of how to dress for the days ahead. Autumn/Winter are always times when wardrobes get a revamp, thanks to the changing temperatures and moods – and to get things started, we’re looking at ladies overcoats that can help segue between the showers and the cold snap.
Above is tailored pure wool single breasted 7 button bright red bespoke overcoat with storm flap fastening this is right on trend for the festive season, being three quarter length this can be worn casual or formal.
Here’s a low cut double breasted Italian grey tweed check design overcoat, with a notched lapel, ideal for keeping you warm through out the winter perfect for dressing up and down, every lady should have one of these.
These shades work particularly well through out the winter designed with a slim peaked lapel perfect for anybody with a small frame, as this will keep your shoulders in portion what colour would you choose if you could have yours handmade?
A short double breasted pea-coat design very elegant, designed on a military style 5 button 5 button fastening short jacket with epaulettes and straight welted pockets allowing you to use your pockets when the temperature drops.
I just thing this cashmere white three quarter length tailored coat is simply stunning with wide square lapels in a double breasted 6 button 3 button fastening with straight flapped patched pockets plus a little ticket pocket on side. Get the look today at A Hand Tailored Suit.
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