WHAT | The cut of this coat is naturally oversized and being a medium ideal for anyone between an Australian size 8/10 to a small 12. It measures 97 cm in length with a shoulder width of roughly 42 cm. Crafted from 52% silk and 48% linen the colours, depending on the light, bounce between black, navy, rich emeralds and purple. It is a true work of art. Adorned with two deep pockets and secured with two concealed buttons at the front, there is a also a black band that runs along the width of the back similar to that of an empire line cut. The width of the coat is roughly 45 cm across the bust when measured across the front of the garment whilst the sleeves measure 52 cm in length. Please note due to the cut of this coat it is quite difficult to determine accurate measurements so use the aforementioned as a rough guide only.
WEAR | Remains in excellent condition
WHEN | The deep rich colours of this coat allow it to be effortlessly paired with a little black dress for evening events. For the day, pair it with slim black jeans, a fine black polo and loafers for a more casual look. Don't be afraid to experiment with a light blue washed pair of denim to really accentuate the contrast. This exquisite coat has gold accents throughout the material so we recommend pairing with gold jewelry only. Due to the wonderful oversized nature of the garment we recommend leaving it unbuttoned to showcase the outfit underneath so as to create height on the wearer.
WHY | Dries Van Noten is one of Belgium's most celebrated luxury designers. Renowned for his unique designs, his coats have a retail value between $1500 - $2000