Wrap up this winter at Born Clothing
By Ciara Murray
Winter is all about covering up and staying warm, along with looking sharp and keeping the style element alive. At present coats are the most important item in your winter wardrobe. At Born Clothing you will not be stuck for choice — coats come in every which way and are highly worked, from tailored, tweed numbers trimmed in leather, to faux fur models cut to the knee.
There is an obvious strong outerwear trend this season — tailored, structured shapes, drawing inspiration from the recurring military trend. This trend is a personal favourite of mine, it transcends the decades and never goes out of fashion. This is a crisp look and is all about sharp lines which create a structured silhouette.
Born Clothing now stocks the Lavishi mac. This is form fitting and flatters all shapes. It has a drawstring to cinch in the waist to give a feminine hourglass figure. Military inspired trends are everywhere this season. We have seen Victoria Beckham showing sleek bodycon dresses and coats on the runway for autumn/winter 2013.
In store we also stock PU cropped leather jackets, knee length quilted coats, and tweed trenches which will appeal to an array of tastes.
A good coat will not only keep your body warm, it will supplement your fashion needs. So if you are looking for a timeless coat that you can pull out every winter Born Clothing has something for you.
To celebrate the Halloween Bank Holiday weekend Born is having an amazing 20 per cent off sale in all stores including the brand new stand alone Born Footwear store on Eglinton Street.
Born Clothing is open seven days a week and has eight stores throughout Ireland, located in Newtownsmith and Galway Shopping Centre in Galway city; Tuam Shopping Centre in Co Galway; Athlone Town Centre in Co Westmeath; Thurles Shopping Centre in Co Tipperary; Laois Shopping Centre in Portlaoise, Co Laois; and Limerick Parkway Shopping Centre. Additionally, to complement the range in Galway, we now have a stand alone Born Footwear store in Eglinton Street, Galway.
For more information on Born Clothing, visit www.bornclothing.net or find Born Clothing on Facebook.