Fall is hot on our heels. Galoshes, raincoats, and umbrellas will soon be pulled from that forsaken part of the closet and donned when the sky inevitably opens up and starts pouring in the coming weeks. For some, this is the worst part of the year; the beginning of the dark, cold months. But there are silver linings. And yellow ones. Introducing the Taylor Stitch Winslow Parka.
This jacket doesn’t look like most others you’ll find on the street or huddled under bus-stops this fall. That is because it isn’t made like most modern winter coats. The shell of the outer layer is made with 8-ounce Halley Stevenson beeswaxed cotton that repels water perfectly despite its pure cotton build. And thanks to the un-dyed wool blanket lining sewn into the jacket’s shell, the jacket will also keep the wearer nice and warm during those colder winter showers. Both zippers and snap buttons on the jacket are made from an antiqued brass while the hood features a draw-cord with natural leather stoppers. The weather might not look that great this winter, but that doesn’t mean you can’t.