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Leather Coat

Updated on March 14, 2010

There are only a few things that can protect a women better during those cold winter days than a leather coat. Once they were a choice between fashion and practicality; a good looking coat put little resistance against wind and a good one wasn't a looker.

This is not true anymore, fortunately. Fashion designers realized that a coat not only has to look stylish but protect its wearer from the elements. For those who know where to look, fashion and function can be available at the same time, even during a cold day in January.

There is a model for every woman, those who are more prone to illnesses a piece that has buttons all the way up to the neck is advisable as the neck area is rather vulnerable and releases a lot of heat.

There are double breasted models for colder winter days and single breasted to protect from a quick rain in April, however double breasted coats rarely button up to the neck therefore picking one isn't that easy. Leather coats with sewn in linen can be a good solution to both problems. It can protect the neck and still be warm and cozy without being double breasted.
 

Leather Coat  photo by dressky.com
Leather Coat photo by dressky.com

Leather coats are not only for winter either. They're such a great way to look stylish during spring and autumn while staying safe from cold winds and rains and a single breasted model might be just the right solution.

Leather coats are easy to find. The most obvious place to look for them would be a local mall or specialist shop in your area, but women are shopping online more and more often. A more special coat may be unavailable in your local shop, but on the net it takes three clicks to buy one. Shopping online has another great benefit. There is stock of every size not just the tiny, petite, but plus sizes are just as easily bought.

Coats are made of different kinds of leathers. There are leather coats made of cow hide, or calf skin, some are even made of ostrich skin. They let you choose between zippers and buttons, double breasted or single breasted models. You can pick coats with or without lining and there are several solutions to the neck part too.

 

It doesn't take much time to get a coat or leather jacket made unique with embedding. Coats may be embedded with patterns like snake or alligator skin, it's up to your own taste and coats purchased online often sold with the option to be embedded.

Women leather coats are an exceptional way of staying safe from the elements and look stylish at the very same time. They're always in fashion and with some due care they will stay in good condition for the years to come.


Photo used is taken by dressky.com 

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      google ezfurs, you can find leather coats

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