For some terrible reason, we can’t seem to get anyone in power to do anything about climate change. Apparently, we’ve hit a point of no return, but being the naïve person that I am, I hold out hope. What if we got clothes enthusiasts into positions of power and explained to them they could no longer wear outerwear if things progress at this pace? Maybe, with the prospect of losing their jackets, they’d actually do something.
This Sage de Cret coat might be just enough to get folks’ asses in gear. The Ulster Collar Long Coat comes in a camel Melton wool and is such a luxuriously warm-looking coat that I think it may be enough to convince the climate change deniers to actually take action. Other details on this made-in-Japan coat seal the deal, including a 100% cupro lining and split rear raglan sleeves.
With a perfect balance of class and WWII repro grit, this is a coat you’ll want to sleep in, not to sleep on… assuming that fall/winter stays cold enough to wear it.
Available for $695 CAD (~$552 USD) at Lost & Found