The Belden Future in Mustard
$396.00 was $495.00
This variant is currently sold out
::the BELDEN FUTURE::
High tech warmth (Rain & snow repellant Organic Moleskin insulated with Primaloft ECO + lined in Windproof ripstop) High ethics materials (100% vegan + made of organic & recycled fibers) Made in NYC with love.
OUR BESTSELLING STYLE EVER.
Surprisingly warm and insulated with Primaloft ECO, this is that versatile classic winter dress coat that goes with everything and will keep you so warm at the same time. Inspired by a Chicago winter with three way collar and a knee length A-line skirt, you’ll be pretty for work, sweet in jeans, & stunning for cocktails. It’s your perfect-with-everything coat.
BELDEN FUTURE: We made a few small tweaks with your feedback: made the sleeves roomier, the size is true to size now a a half size larger, and sleeves are a bit longer too.
“Everything about [the Belden] is perfect--the color, the fabric, the cut, the love that went into it and the love I feel wearing it.” –Pune D.
- In our very special black Organic Moleskin -100% Organic Cotton Fibers, rain & snow repellant, and is of course 100% vegan.
- Lined with water resistant & windproof ripstop made of 100% recycled synthetic fibers.
- Super warm- Insulated with 100 gram Primaloft ECO to keep you so warm and smart this winter at once.
- We love pockets! This coat now has internal and external pockets.
- Cut & Sewn in NYC, and designed in my home sweet Brooklyn.
- Our button up collar means no scarf necessary
- Wear it folded open at the chest for that classic double breasted trench look
- Wear it buttoned up and folded over to frame that beautiful face of yours!
- Our A-line knee length skirt is flattering and versatile, great over dresses & pants
SIZING: Ceilia Lavender (Surface) is 5’10” and wearing a size Small. Front Length 35", sleeve length 24.5", bust 15.5", shoulder 13.5".
SIZE CHART IS HERE!
FINAL SALE STYLE!
Please note that this style is final sale. FINAL SALE items may not be exchanged or returned. Sorry, no refunds.
Photos by Balarama Heller.