Adding One To The List

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About two weeks ago, I moved back to New York City after almost a decade of living in Southern California.  Yesterday, I was informed that my idea of a winter coat has nothing to do with the reality of winter in the North East, and the Marla Singer jacket I tried on in H&M wasn’t going to cut it (even though it was effin’ awesome).  Now, I am on the hunt for something that will keep me warm and not break my bank, but will not make me look like a giant black clad marshmallow.

Let’s add the Top Shop’s Ruched Side Funnel Neck Coat to Nixon’s affordable jacket search, which I am (reluctantly) jumping onto now.

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7 Responses to “Adding One To The List”

  1. LovleAnjel Says:

    I like the coat, but I find it interesting that it’s a “mixed wool” coat when there’s not a speck of natural fiber in there anywhere.

    Make sure your coat has at least 50% wool, it’ll be a hell of a lot warmer.

  2. S Says:

    Actually viscose is from trees and so is natural. But it is odd that its “wool mix” when theres clearly nothing woolly in there. It is a pretty coat though!

  3. Samantha Says:

    Problem is that I am SUPER allergic to wool & cashmere. As soon as it touches me, I break out in insta-hives, so I can’t wear it at all.

  4. SaraBee Says:

    Chicagoan checking in. That coat might get you through to December, but probably not any later than that. I do like it, though.

  5. amy Says:

    There’s a black down Betsey Johnson coat on ruelala.com today, you are going to need down!

  6. Lolla Says:

    don’t forget about awesome Plastik Wrap Invader jacket.;)
    Watter proof, windprood and breathable oh and super stylish!
    http://www.plastikwrap.com/Merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=PROD&Product_Code=ww_invader

  7. Scarlettnymph Says:

    Saw it here, Loved it, Wanted it, Had to have it… and as I was in London for a few days, ran straight to Topshop Oxford Circus & picked it up. Just don’t tell my mother that it’s not wool…!!

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