Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Burberry Quilted Jacket


I just love the timeless Burberry quilted jacket. Now that I live where the climate is warm, this sort of coat makes more sense than my three in one ski jacket. It's more uptown than my fabulous Patagonia fleece. However, I wonder if it will keep me warm? At what temperature do I need a warmer jacket? I'd love your input! Please do tell!

10 comments:

Black Labs and Lilly said...

I love my Burberry quilted jacket too!!! I usually wear this through the early fall, and switch to a fleece or heavier weight coat when the temperatures fall into the low/mid 50's.

Last December I was visiting Orlando and was VERY glad to have my Patagonia with me, it was chilly at night!!!

Gwennie said...

Beautiful! I love the color. I just bought a new coat for this beginning-to-get-chilly weather, and this morning it was 42 degrees. It came in handy.

mFw said...

I have VV quilted coat from a couple years ago and I wear it all the time. I wear it through the fall and probably until its say 35-40 degrees. I don't mind being cold though. I love the Burberry ones, that's what I want for Christmas!

A Big Little Life said...

I want one SO bad. Just the classic black. I need Florida clothes. I have nothing to wear. All I want to wear is leggings but it's 100 degrees still. Boo.

Donna said...

Really I have BB coats...but what I love best about this one is the color!!!

Twist of Lime said...

I love that jacket! I am a vest girl! My current favorite is by Land's End. Down vest...soft and fluffy...lots of colors...

Kiki said...

great cost. love the color. fall is creeping in here in Ga. still not cold enough for my Patagucci fleece, but i have my heart set on a JCREW pea coat in camel. thanks for sharing and take care.

Housewife Bliss said...

oh yes, love this too. I have one in hunter green that I just adore for this time of year.

Preppy Pink Crocodile said...

I love Burberry barn jackets. I have the black but would love a pink one too. I live in Upstate NY and we wear coats a solid 8 months a year.

bevy said...

I want one! Need to check out a less costly version for myself...