At the Seashore.
A lot of good things came out of the euphoria that followed World War I. Rising hemlines.
And, of course, the trench coat.
In 1918, Harper’s Bazaar declared that it was perfectly proper for a woman to wear a trench coat.
Years passed, but the garment still hadn't reached its final state. Until now, that is.
Woodmere Trench (No. G1613). We've given this classic coat a refresh without dispelling the air of international mystery that makes it so appealing to begin with. Our svelte trench drapes beautifully, with a long silhouette - a flattering one, especially with the buckle waistband cinched - that stretches down to mid-calf. Modern and tomboyish take. Flip the collar up to fend off drizzle or sea-spray, or just to make the most of its understated sex appeal. Features sleeve buckles and leather knot buttons. Shell: 100% linen twill. Lining: 100% polyester twill. Imported.