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Women's Military Coats and Jackets

Fashion trends come and go, but certain styles tend to hang around for a while or never disappear. Women's military coats and jackets are practical, functional and stylish and suitable for all season wear.

Different women's military coat and jacket materials

Hardwearing and robust, full grain leather ages well and is the preferred choice for full-length military coats .

100% wool holds up to wear well. If wool is treated with a waxy coating it becomes stain and water resistant.

Wool blend military coats are made from 50% wool and 50% polyester mix.

Cotton military coats and jackets are breathable and hardwearing. Cotton is a natural fibre and is the most popular lightweight fabric.

Made from 50% cotton and 50% polyester, cotton blend is a popular choice too.

Nylon is the fabric of choice for mid-weight bomber and flight jackets.

Different styles of women's military coats and jackets

Full-length coats range from Steampunk and gothic styles in faux leather to Hollywood style designs in luxury full grain leather to suit whatever your style may be.

Military style bomber jackets are lightweight waist length jacket with zip front, ribbed collar and cuffs, and pockets.

Similar in style to the bomber jacket, the flight jacket gives a tailored vintage fit. Made from mid-weight nylon that is water resistant.

Heavy-duty, women's hip length jackets in hard wearing camouflage print cotton. Features zip and stud opening, and Velcro cuffs.

A longer length jacket with attached fur trimmed hood. Vintage parkas have a long fishtail back.

Pullover style lightweight smock style jacket with a fitted hood, Velcro cuffs, large front pocket and pull cord at the sides. Anoraks are typically made from water repellent polycotton.

Worn for ceremonial events. Parade waist length jackets usually feature elaborate ribbon trim and decorative buttons to the front and cuffs.

Vintage military jackets made from wool, and dating back to the 1940s and 50s.

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