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Pink Wawa Gentle Turndown Collar Thick Long Sleeve Wool Women's Overcoat

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Do you want to have a women overcoat? Are you searching for women overcoat to spend a warm winter? If you do, you have got to the right place. This great winter coat is definitely your first choice. You will love it at first sight.Made of high qualit...
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Specifications:


  • Turndown Collar design creates an eye-catching visual effect
  • Strong windproof function for the women overcoat
  • Stay at the forefront of style with this warm winter coat
  • The wool women overcoat can be matched with most of your clothes
  • You will never feel cold with this warm long sleeve women overcoat
  • Deluxe and fashion design of the women overcoat can show your charm
  • Fabric: 55.7% Wool & 44.3% Viscose
  • Lining Material: 93.9% Polyester & 6.1% Spandex
  • Color: Blue

Details:

Pink Wawa Gentle Turndown Collar Thick Long Sleeve Wool Women's Overcoat


  • Stylish design of this women overcoat makes you unique and outstanding

Pink Wawa Gentle Turndown Collar Thick Long Sleeve Wool Women's Overcoat


  • The good fabric of the women overcoat gives you soft touch and comfort when you do big body movement

Pink Wawa Gentle Turndown Collar Thick Long Sleeve Wool Women's Overcoat


  • With great breathability and elasticity, the women overcoat is your first choice for you

Pink Wawa Gentle Turndown Collar Thick Long Sleeve Wool Women's Overcoat


  • Smooth touch of the overcoat can bring you comfortable feel when you wear it

Pink Wawa Gentle Turndown Collar Thick Long Sleeve Wool Women's Overcoat


  • You will never feel cold with this warm women overcoat

How to Measure:

Pink Wawa Gentle Turndown Collar Thick Long Sleeve Wool Women's Overcoat


Size in Detail:

Size


Bust


Waist


Shoulder


Sleeve


Cuff


Length


Bicep


Inch


cm


Inch


cm


Inch


cm


Inch


cm


Inch


cm


Inch


cm


Inch


cm


S


34.3


88.0


26.9


69.0


14.8


38.0


25.4


65.0


9.0


23.0


34.3


88.0


11.7


30.0


M


35.9


92.0


28.5


73.0


15.2


39.0


25.4


65.0


9.4


24.0


34.7


89.0


12.1


31.0


L


37.4


96.0


30.0


77.0


15.6


40.0


25.4


65.0


9.8


25.0


35.1


90.0


12.9


33.0



NOTE:


  • These dimensions are for reference only
  • Specific dimension varies from person to person

How to Measure for a Woman's Winter Coat:

Pink Wawa Gentle Turndown Collar Thick Long Sleeve Wool Women's Overcoat


Figuring out what size winter coat you need can be confusing, especially if you are trying to buy a coat online. In an industry where one brand's size 4 is another brand's size 6, and one brand's medium is another brand's large, you need to be prepared. Once you get the right measurements and prepare yourself for the different size charts, the only hard part will be deciding which winter coat you like best


  • Measure your bust in inches by circling the measuring tape around your chest and back, keeping the tape directly under both armpits. Then measure you waist in inches by circling the measuring tape around the skinniest part of your waist. Finally, measure your hips in inches by circling the measuring tape around the widest part of your hips. Write down each measurement
  • Take your height into account when buying a winter coat, but do not factor it in with the size. The length of a coat is more about style and less about size. For example, if you are really tall, but also thin, you might need a smaller size in a longer style. Keep in mind that winter coats tend to be longer than most other coats
  • Visit a company's website before you try to buy a winter coat from them. Most websites have a size chart available on the site. Take your own measurements and find what size you are on the chart. Sizes that go by small, medium and large will have more leeway, but may fit less snug than size charts that go by numbers. If you wear a small blouse, you will also wear a small winter coat. Winter coat sizes take into account that they are meant to be worn over other clothing. If you tend to wear a lot of bulky clothing, then you might want to consider moving up a size
  • Factor the ways you plan to utilize your winter coat into the final size your choose. If you're choosing a coat to wear out to dinner, stay close to the size your measurements suggest. But if you're just looking for something to wear outside to shovel the driveway, buying a coat that is a size bigger could end up being more comfortable
  • Try the winter coat on before you take the tags off. Lift your arms out to the sides and bend over, making sure that the winter coat not only fits you, but fits you when you're moving. When it's cold outside, you're going to want to make sure you're completely covered up

Types of Overcoats:

Pink Wawa Gentle Turndown Collar Thick Long Sleeve Wool Women's Overcoat


The term overcoat dates from the time when a jacket was called an undercoat, was worn all the time, and an overcoat was a garment that went on over the jacket. Jackets and coats are now generally thought of as exterior items, so the categories can get a little jumbled as to what's an overcoat and what's an undercoat


Trenchcoat


  • The trenchcoat was arguably the most popular overcoat between 1940 and 1960. A long coat meant to go to the knees, trenchcoats were originally designed for soldiers in the front "trenches" in World War I, hence the name. The style has persisted, however, and these coats are still popular with both men and women. They can also be made out of a variety of materials, from the traditional gabardine to a more edgy leather. The coat has a collar that can be pulled up, and original coats had straps and rings for a soldier to carry equipment

Duster


  • The duster coat was common in the American West, and it's a fixture of Western films and books. A duster was worn over the clothes to keep trail dust from getting on a rider's outfit. As such, dusters were easily washed, and canvas was a common material. Dusters typically buttoned up the middle, and they had a short cape for dust or rain. The back was usually split so it could be worn while riding a horse

Protective Coats


  • A number of overcoats are meant to offer protection to the wearer. Leather coats were worn as armor in the Middle Ages, and today they're used to protect motorcycle riders in the event of a fall. Raincoats, which are often made of oil skins or rubberized fabric, keep the wearer dry. Thermal overcoats, made with wool or down, keep the wearer warm

Frock Coats


  • The frock coat, which is considered fairly old-fashioned by modern standards, is a dress overcoat. Cut like a frock, with two wide lapels, the coat typically reached a little past the knee and earlier versions had no external pockets. These coats were popularly seen in England, as well as on the captains of industry of American business in the early parts of the 20th century

Ulster Overcoat


  • Another style of overcoat is the Ulster. This coat boasts a relatively small and high collar, with a short cape around the shoulders. The coat went below the knees, and it bore external pockets. It could be made of warm wool for winter wear, or an ulster could be made of oil cloth to be used as a rain slicker

Package Included:


  • 1 x Women's Overcoat