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Where To Buy The Best Winter Coats In Edinburgh

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Updated: 11 November 2016
A good winter coat is like a classic car. Always there to lighten up the day and add a well-deserved daily dose of warmth, choosing the right one is an intensely personal journey. From military-style and tweed to parka and cashmere, discover the most coveted coats in Edinburgh this winter and find out where to buy them.
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Jane Davidson

A no brainer, Jane Davidson is Edinburgh’s top pick for classic finds and contemporary staples. Ideal for those who see fit to steer clear from the overwhelming department store floors, you can be sure to find that stunning designer standout number. The Cocoon Coat in look-at-me green and Oversized Coat in camel or ultramarine by Harris Wharf London exude understated class, whereas the streamline tailoring and antiqued gold-tone hardware on the navy Fidelia Coat by Osman have shoppers flocking to it like Marc Jacobs to a kilt.

Jane Davidson, 52 Thistle St, Edinburgh, Scotland, +44 131 225 3280

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Hawico

Subtle yet smouldering, every item from Hawico is a stunning symbol of Scotland. Definitely a place for those adamant on investing, Hawico has a small yet outstanding cashmere collection. This season’s showstopper is Maude, a cashmere tailored coat with a detachable Mongolian goatskin silver collar. Marnie, a cashmere coat in Herringbone, is another worthy contender. Rest assured, any coat from Hawico is like wearing a fluffy cloud at every waking moment. Bliss.

Hawico, 71 Grassmarket, Old Town, Edinburgh, Scotland, +44 131 225 8634

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Epitome

The kind of place you absolutely want to keep a secret, Epitome is a blissful haven overflowing with the most covetable clothing items. Those with an eye for design will yearn for the sleek silhouette and understated tones of the Heffe Dark Navy Coat by Studio Nicholson. On the contrary, those who favour practicality, warmth, but who like to make a statement, will want to wrap up in the W’s Military Parka in green or navy by Woolrich. Not just any parka, this bad boy is slim fit and lined with the fluffiest of fur to keep the cold at arm’s length. Go on — express some serious style game.

Epitome, 35 Dundas St, Edinburgh, Scotland, +44 131 556 5554

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Walker Slater

When it comes to tailoring, Walker Slater is in a league of its own. Timeless to a tee, this is where to get your rightful dose of Scottish Harris Tweed, Borders, and Shetland Tweed coats. From the fail-safe, belted, navy wool Nadia Swing Coat and Borders Tweed Sandaigh Coat, to the Victorian-inspired, dart-adorned Virginia in Shetland Tweed, it is clear that traditional cuts and versatility reign free.

Walker Slater, 20 Victoria St, Edinburgh, Scotland, +44 131 220 9750

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Ness Clothing

‘Colourful in nature, Scottish at heart’, Ness Clothing is a one-stop shop for Scottish inspired bespoke designs punctuated with dancing prints and layers of tartan. Trending this season is the Hettie Parka, a cunning classic style of coat with a charming split personality. The interchangeable fur hood comes in fuschia, caramel, or blue and adds that extra touch of fun to winter wares. This parka is fully equipped for Scotland’s climate with a velvety fleece lining.

Ness Clothing, 367 High St, Edinburgh, Scotland, +44 131 226 5227

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