Coined the coldest November in over a hundred years, it’s time to give your winter wardrobe some serious thought if you haven’t already done so. With temperatures dipping below freezing on several days throughout last month, you might want nothing more than to stay in bed but unfortunately unless your house is entombed in some serious snow, your employer is not likely to be very sympathetic. You will therefore need to invest in one essential clothing item this year – the winter jacket.
As this colder than normal winter has been expected by weather forecasters for at least the last six months, it has given the top designer brands ample time to incorporate stylish jackets into their winter collections. The popular brand Duck and Cover are no different and have bought a range of highly stylish yet still practical jackets onto the market for winter 2010.
Amongst the range is the Baltimore Duck and Cover Jacket which will make a great addition to your winter wardrobe. This practical jacket features a drawstring hood which is essential for keeping out the wind, rain and snow this blustery season. This Duck and Cover jacket is available in two contemporary colours black and slate. Both of these colours remain timeless in the world of fashion so this comfortable jacket can be worn for many seasons to come.
Although very practical for the winter months, the Baltimore jacket features all the style you would expect to find from a Duck and Cover jacket. To the chest are two large zip fastening pockets which are suitable for storing all your valuables from your wallet and keys to your mobile phone. Two further pockets can be found to the front of the jacket which is ideal for stuffing your hands into to keep them warm. To add to the pocket styling, a small button fastening pocket can also be found on the left sleeve.
With military styling big this season, Duck and Cover have incorporated a touch of this theme into the Baltimore jacket through the button detailing to the shoulders. Velcro detailing to the cuffs gives this piece from Duck and Cover jackets an edgy style touch whilst branding to the sleeve, hood and chest make everyone aware it’s a Duck and Cover jacket.