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Fabulous vintage leather coat for sale

I adore this vintage leather coat and if only I was a few inches taller, it would be "parfait pour moi".


Love this style of coat and think that it would look fabulous with jeans, dresses and skirts. It is 100% leather, all the buttons are leather and it is silk lined, and the label says Wilfre, Holland".

It would be suit some one taller than me - 5"4 (160 cms) and it would best fit UK/AU 8-10 or US 6-8.

Saying that my fashion mannequin is a 42 and it fits her snugly.


Measurements are as follows:
Bust: 36"/92 cms
Waist: 28"/71 cms
Hips: 38"/97 cms
Length: 48"/122 cms
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Price: 60 euros = 81USD/84AUD/51 GBP + postage


If you have any questions please ask.
A demain,
L x

Comments

  1. oh my ...
    I can just see this on the exact right french woman

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  2. Gorgeous leather coat. I bought a lovely vintage coat the other day too, this is one is black silk velvet.
    Take care.
    Nickyx

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  3. Not convinced I want to get it yet (not because it's not very wonderful but because of the fit and do I really need another coat question) - could you let me know the postage to France?

    Cheers

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  4. what a lovely leather coat! I am not a big fan of leather coat but I have one black one.not as pretty as this yours. I think I like the brown leather.

    Julie xx

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  5. Loving this coat. I too would have to grow (vertically) a lot to be able to wear the coat!
    Have a nice day.
    Teresa

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  6. Sold to the lady lady in Provence - to be hand delivered before 14 octobre....

    Leeann x

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  7. Great price, too bad my hips are too big! : )

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  8. what a lovely leather coat! I am not a big fan of leather coat but I have one black one.not as pretty as this yours. I think I like the brown leather. Julie xx

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