Monday, 16 November 2015

The Seafolly rain coat from Seasalt...

Try saying that in a hurry! I have been a fan of Seasalt for years, their clothes are always so well made and fun too. I was lucky enough to be sent the Plant Hunter Rain coat when their Rain range first launched and I really love it. The only problem is that it can sometimes be a bit too cosy so I treated myself to this gorgeous tomato red Seafolly one a couple of months ago which is just as waterproof but less warm- perfect for the mild weather we have been having! I was umming and ahhing for ages about the colour for this but I'm glad I opted for the tomato shade, the redcurrant is much less fun in person and this  cute coral shade adds some (much needed) brightness to my winter wardrobe. I couldn't be happier with it and it has already proven its worth a million times over on my walk to work.

Coat: Seasalt, shirt: Gap c/o Matilda, jeans: Gap, shoes: Office
The detailing on this coat is fantastic and I love a cosy hood! Toggles on a coat always make me think of Paddington Bear and these never fail to put a smile on my face. The stripy lining on this is so fun too, you know how much I love stripes

This is hardly a ground-breaking outfit but sometimes you can't beat a bit of simplicity. This shirt is another Gap special and it is so soft. Gap may not be very trend led but you would be hard-pressed to find anywhere that does basics quite so well! I wish the shirt was a little bit slouchier on me but the fit always makes me feel a bit more pulled together which is no bad thing. These jeans were also a Gap bargain, they fit so well and (hopefully) you would never know that they are actually jeggings!

Shirt: Gap c/o Matilda, jeans: Gap. shoes: Office
Are you a fan of Seasalt? Where did you buy your winter coat?
 
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6 comments

Gem said...

Love Seasalt, you need a good waterproof living in the UK! I got mine from New Look this year xx

The Style Rawr said...

This red coat is SO you and it looks really well made!

T x

Jo said...

Your red coat suits you perfectly. Seasalt have some lovely pieces. My new winter coat is from Hobbs(!) and is bright orange!! I've never purchased such an expensive piece of clothing in my life but it's so vibrant and beautifully cut. It's been 5 years since I last bought a winter coat so my theory is that I deserved it!

Victoria said...

I've go the same coat. I bought it last year and wear it as my every day coat, for dog walking etc. I bought a coat for 'best' this year a grey wool skirted coat from Asos.

Lily Lipstick said...

This coat has to be the cutest waterproof I've ever seen! And I always say this but you look so good in red! x
LilyLipstick

Sherin said...

I love that coat. It looks so warm!! And I really like the colour too.

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