Monday, January 17, 2011
"October Foxhunt" 18th c. Inspired Coat - now on a person (me!)
Okay, that was maybe a cheesy title, but I just wanted to share with you my excitement about the coat that arrived over the weekend. This is the coat I designed and submitted to Garmz.com, back in October. They sewed a prototype, then made a production run, and here it is! I'm so thrilled with this!
I love this jacket because it can be worn so many different ways. It looks goo with the cuffs, without, with the collar, without, with no fur at all, or just the collar and no cuffs (my preferred). It's very good quality tweed, nice and snuggly warm, and the fit is quite precise. I've always had trouble fitting winter coats, to be honest, but this one curves in and out in all the right places.
If you like the coat, and want to support Garmz.com and myself (ever so slightly), then you can buy it on the Garmz website - Click Here. Special thanks to everyone who voted for the design back in October and November, and I hope you like the final outcome as much as I do!
Photos by Chris Stowell - www.chrisstowellphotography.com