The perfect coat.

Email This Post November 1st, 2007 nicky

theorycoat.jpgI saw this in the newest issue of Lucky magazine and fell in love. How beautiful is this Panya Coat from Theory? So many subtle but gorgeous details. I love the rich color, pleating, oversized buttons and the tie at the waist. I’m crossing my fingers that after winter is over, there will still be a few left and seriously marked down. Because it isn’t cheap! But classics like this stay in style forever and go from work to weekend errands to dress up time season after season. Not that I need another wool coat in my part of the country (I barely use the one I have), but hey! Maybe I’ll move somewhere cooler one year, or go on a fab winter holiday, or Christmas shopping on Michigan Avenue…ohhh, that’s a great idea! I’m going to have to work on making that happen…a weekend trip with my mom and sister sounds perfect! 

 

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  • 1. Christine  |  November 10th, 2007 at 12:43 pm

    It sounds like you need a trip to Carlsbad, California. They have a THEORY OUTLET that is very well priced, and items show up there about 4 months or so after they hit the department stores! Pants are about $100, suit separates range up to about $180 or so, all priced much less than when Theory manages to find it’s way into Saks Off Fifth or similar stores. The outlet is a great place, you honestly don’t know you’re at the outlet. The selection is huge (in both style and sizes), it’s very well stocked, clean and a very pretty store! Next time you are down here to California you need to check it out. I don’t think they have one out at the Desert Hills outlets near Palm Springs, but that outlet mall also has Gucci, Dior, Prada, DKNY, it is a fashionista’s dream!

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