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post #16 of 19
Agree, fur lining is the absolute best solution. You can be practically naked underneath and keep warm
post #17 of 19
About fifteen years ago I brought my Burberry's to a very nice Scottish lady aling with a very heavy dark-tan wool blanket. She used the existing liner to cut a second liner in blanket cloth, which I have since worn aliong with the original liner as my "extreme cold weather" dress coat. It's long, windproof, and has a closed rear vent. The linings can be separated. and the lighter one worn at a hotel as a bathrobe. The only shortcoming is the absence of a substantial collar, which can be overcome by wearing a scarf.
post #18 of 19
I am in northern germany on my way to russia today, and one of the guys I am traveling with (who lives in Hungary and is my Eastern European Sales Manager) is wearing a very basic looking double breasted trench coat - but with a short mink lining. very warm, very cool, and not at all pimpish.
post #19 of 19
I noticed that NM had Schneider's of Saltzberg, Austria alpaca blend overcoats on sale ($795 to $595). Also, the Brioni revesible cashmere with silk overcoat was on sale--$4295 to $2865--but these coats have no handwork.
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