Now that we have your attention,
Keep on Scrolling as Gigi has cleaned out three closets
and has a dozen winter coats and jackets that she needs to rehome.
American Eagle Outfitters
The fleece-lined hood can be unzipped to lie flat.
The fur trim on the hood can be removed.
The zipper doesn’t work, but there is a button closure.
This is a really warm coat, in really good shape.
This is also a really warm coat.
If you an Elementary Teacher with Playground duty,
You may appreciate having either of these red coats at school
just for those frigid January days that are in store for us.
BKE from The Buckle
Lots of fun details on this Zip-up, Hooded jacket.
The fur is detachable.
This jacket was well loved and has a few spots.
I did wash it using a pre-wash spray.
Still plenty of wear left.
Size 6 Petite
Not a heavy lining, for those mild weather days
A New Day
Wool Blend with a detachable fur lined hood.
Wool Blend, snap closure, attached hood.
This all-weather coat has a zip-out flannel lining.
Has been in a storage tub, so quite wrinkled.
I will wash it today, and hopefully it will look as good as new.
Wool Coat, Zipper with Toggles Closing,
Fleece lined hood and cuffs.
Also wrinkled from being in Storage.
A trip to the dry cleaner would give it new life.
Cotton Jacket with Hood and Quilted Lining.
Zipper and Button Closure.
Last, but not Least,
Handmade Jacket from a Frostline Kit
Frostline was a Colorado based company founded in the late 60s.
When I started teaching in 1978, I was passionate about
sharing my love of Clothing Construction.
My students ordered kits for all styles of outdoor gear.
The pkg included everything they needed,
fabrics, thread, zippers, snaps, and the down filling.
Does anyone else remember?
Check this out…
My jacket, like this one, sells for $65 on Poshmark
and $85 on Etsy.
If anyone is interested in any of these Coats or Jackets
leave a comment or send a message to make arrangements to pick up.
Winter Weather Advisory is our Forecast for the weekend.
Stay Safe and Warm