Gloverall Outerwear For Women

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Gloverall Exclusive Slim Fit Duffle Coat with Plaid Lining
Gloverall Exclusive Slim Fit Duffle Coat with Plaid Lining 

Coat by Gloverall, Soft-touch wool-rich fabric, Plaid check lining, Fixed hood, Toggle fastening, Functional pockets, Slim fit - cut close to the body, Dry clean, 80% Wool, 20% Polyamide, Our model wears a UK 8/EU 36/US 4 and is 178cm/5'10 tall. Icons of British excellence, Gloverall was founded by Harold and Freda Morris in 1951, when they were approached to sell on surplus World War II duffle coats by Ministry of Defence. Specialists in gloves and overalls, the Morrises combined these words to create the brand name Gloverall. S/S'12 sees a vibrant color palette of orange, yellow and red applied across a collection of lightweight, washed cotton and waxed parkas and stripe jersey duffle jackets.

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Gloverall Mid Monty Wool Blend Duffle Coat
Gloverall Mid Monty Wool Blend Duffle Coat 

Coat by Gloverall, Wool-rich fabric, Hooded neck, Toggle placket, Functional pockets, Regular fit - true to size. Icons of British excellence, Gloverall was founded by Harold and Freda Morris in 1951, when they were approached to sell on surplus World War II duffle coats by Ministry of Defence. Specialists in gloves and overalls, the Morrises combined these words to create the brand name Gloverall. S/S'12 sees a vibrant color palette of orange, yellow and red applied across a collection of lightweight, washed cotton and waxed parkas and stripe jersey duffle jackets.

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Gloverall Mid Mony Wool Blend Duffle Coat
Gloverall Mid Mony Wool Blend Duffle Coat 

Coat by Gloverall, Wool-rich fabric, Hooded neck, Toggle placket, Functional pockets, Regular fit - true to size. Icons of British excellence, Gloverall was founded by Harold and Freda Morris in 1951, when they were approached to sell on surplus World War II duffle coats by Ministry of Defence. Specialists in gloves and overalls, the Morrises combined these words to create the brand name Gloverall. S/S'12 sees a vibrant color palette of orange, yellow and red applied across a collection of lightweight, washed cotton and waxed parkas and stripe jersey duffle jackets.

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Gloverall Wool Blend Duffle Cape with Detachable Hood
Gloverall Wool Blend Duffle Cape with Detachable Hood 

Cape by Gloverall, Wool-rich fabric, Detachable hood, Pull-on style, Wide-cut sleeves, Toggle placket, Relaxed fit. Icons of British excellence, Gloverall was founded by Harold and Freda Morris in 1951, when they were approached to sell on surplus World War II duffle coats by Ministry of Defence. Specialists in gloves and overalls, the Morrises combined these words to create the brand name Gloverall. S/S'12 sees a vibrant color palette of orange, yellow and red applied across a collection of lightweight, washed cotton and waxed parkas and stripe jersey duffle jackets.

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Gloverall Exclusive Duffle Coat With Detachable Hood
Gloverall Exclusive Duffle Coat With Detachable Hood 

Coat by Gloverall, Soft-touch wool-rich fabric, Detachable hood, Toggle fastening, Functional pockets, Regular fit - true to size, Dry clean, 80% Wool, 20% Polyamide, Our model wears a UK S/EU S/US XS and is 178cm/5'10 tall. Icons of British excellence, Gloverall was founded by Harold and Freda Morris in 1951, when they were approached to sell on surplus World War II duffle coats by Ministry of Defence. Specialists in gloves and overalls, the Morrises combined these words to create the brand name Gloverall. S/S'12 sees a vibrant color palette of orange, yellow and red applied across a collection of lightweight, washed cotton and waxed parkas and stripe jersey duffle jackets.

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Gloverall Long Slim Wool Blend Duffle Coat
Gloverall Long Slim Wool Blend Duffle Coat 

Coat by Gloverall, Wool-rich fabric, Hooded neck, Check hood lining, Toggle placket, Functional pockets, Slim fit - cut close to the body. Icons of British excellence, Gloverall was founded by Harold and Freda Morris in 1951, when they were approached to sell on surplus World War II duffle coats by Ministry of Defence. Specialists in gloves and overalls, the Morrises combined these words to create the brand name Gloverall. S/S'12 sees a vibrant color palette of orange, yellow and red applied across a collection of lightweight, washed cotton and waxed parkas and stripe jersey duffle jackets.

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