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OVERSIZED BEIGE COAT IN LINEN AND COTTON

131.40 €
-40%
219.00 €
Thiah is 1m75 tall and wears a 38 size
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131.40 €
-40%
219.00 €
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For this spring-summer season, the jacquard is back in the Trench & Coat collections, we adopt without further delay our oversized coat in beige jacquard

  • Very generous cut
  • Shirt collar with underside of collar and interior contrasting collar stand
  • Dropped armholes
  • Sleeves ¾
  • Piped pockets
  • Cutout middle and middle back
  • Semi-lined model with a fancy cotton lining on the high back and fancy polyester in the sleeves

Lightweight linen and cotton fabric with white tennis stripes

  • 50% cotton
  • 49% linen
  • 1% viscose
  • Body lining: 100% cotton
  • Sleeve lining: 100% polyester

This cotton is certified OEKO-TEX. The OEKO-TEX Standard 100 certification guarantees that the fabric has been checked at every stage of processing: raw materials, yarns, dyes. It does not contain any chemicals that are harmful to health. The laboratory tests currently include 100 control parameters and are based on international test standards and other recognised procedures.

Measurements :

  • Center back length size 38 : 90cm (+/- 0,5cm /size)
  • 1/2 chest circumference size 38 : 57cm (+/- 2cm /size)
  • 1/2 bottom circumference size 38 : 57cm (+/- 2cm /size)
  • Our model is 1m tall and wears a 38 size

Trench & Coat is a French brand of the "LENER CORDIER Maison Familiale Française" group.
Manufacturer-Creator since 1954 and based in Hazebrouck, we employ 85 people in France and have 2 subsidiaries in Ukraine. As a French and European brand, 90% of our materials are the fruit of long and faithful partnerships with our European suppliers.
The creation, design, and production of our collections are 100% integrated within our parent company LENER CORDIER in the north of France. With its historical know-how, Lener Cordier industrializes the production of Trench & Coat via its French site and its subsidiaries in Eastern Europe, while respecting the ?know-how and know-how-to-be values that drive it.