How­towrap up this win­ter

A snug­gly coat is al­most as good as a hug from your mum.

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There is lit­tle bet­ter for the fash­ion (and cold) con­scious than wrap­ping up in a gi­ant coat com­ing into win­ter.

With so many to choose from, we have done the hard work and nar­rowed down a list of the the best places to buy win­ter coats.

Lonely hearts

If it’s the de­signer look you’re go­ing for, look no fur­ther than the fash­ion for­ward Lonely la­bel. Al­though they will be a life-time piece, they don’t come cheap. The pa­per coat in camel will see your wal­let $650 lighter.


These pre-loved gar­ments are just beg­ging for a new home and have the at­trac­tive prices to prove it. The C’N’C Cos­tume Na­tional coat is on of­fer for $299 and the Burberry Pon­cho is $287.


Bark­ers have long been at the fore­front of men’s cloth­ing and their col­lab­o­ra­tion with Swan­ndri is no ex­cep­tion. With fea­tures like a 100 per cent cot­ton oil­skin outer, a her­ring­bone cot­ton lin­ing and the flat­ter­ing slim fit, the cut­back oil skin jacket should be at the top of the fash­ion­able man’s wish list.


If it’s wild weather, rather than the trendy crowd, you want to be pro­tected against, look no fur­ther than Kath­mandu. They have got jack­ets in all shapes and sizes, some rain-proof, wind-proof but if it’s cold-proof you’re af­ter, it’s the im­pos­si­bly light-weight yet warm puffer jacket you need.


Dress-Smart in One­hunga has more than 100 stores, in­clud­ing Rodd & Gunn, Nike, Decjuba, Coun­try Road and Fed­er­a­tion - you’ll be sure to snag a great coat at any one of those places at out­let store price.

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