About CoVelo Lia Boiled Wool Coat (For Women)
Closeouts. Think of it as camo-couture. A fashion statement in boiled wool, CoVelo's Lia coat makes creative use of raw edging, starburst pintucking and angular front buttons to accentuate the offset pointed hem.
General Women's Size Chart
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Does fit snug so buy up a size if wanting to wear layers underneath - note the snug fit on the models arms - she is probably wearing a small. I am petite and got a medium and am happy I did.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by country mama from Ellensburg, WA on Wednesday, December 5, 2012went a size larger, cause that's all they had and it fits perfect. Love the cut, pintucking, buttons, color, and length. Perfect for indoor winter activities, like shopping, school events etc. It's not for outdoor playtime because it's light weight, but takes the chill off without the bulk. Love this with my brown boots a jeans.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sheepdog Mama from Ohio on Thursday, November 22, 2012This is such a neat and unique coat; very different and looks great on. Has cool detailing that really adds to the overall look. I love this coat!
Reviewed by Rustically Luxurious from Pacific Northwest on Saturday, November 10, 2012I was unsure of this coat but tried it out. Based on other reviews, I ordered a size down. The fit is perfect. The quality is not as great as what I might've expected for a woolen coat. However, the style is apparently incomparable according to the compliments I've received. What I particularly like about it is that it is an all purpose piece in that you can wear it fancily or with jeans. It's not very warm but enough for the Pacific Northwest in autumn.
Overall turned out to be a very good investment/purchase!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Crabapple from PNW on Thursday, October 25, 2012The fabric is too lightweight to really be a coat, lighter than any of my Pendleton shirts. It IS however, a fashion statement,a flattering garment and it's fun. I first saw it in a boutique and it was out of my budget.
Freaks out and intimidates teachers at Parent/Teacher Conferences, especially paired with big words.
Totally cool and impressive with fellow firefighters meeting at the neighborhood fire house.
- Best Uses: Like A Long Wool Shirt
- Cons: too lightweight
- Pros: Well Made
Reviewed by art teacher from saint louis on Friday, October 12, 2012I love the cut of this coat/jacket. It is a great layer over a sweater. It is not really cut for a tall person because the sleeves are really short on me, but overall I really like the coat.
- Cons: Sleeves are short
- Pros: Light enough to layer
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