Italian Must for Winter - the Camel coat

A must for Winter in Italy is the Camel coat which leading Italian fashion labels offer various styles, such as Luisa Spagnoli, most famous one from Max Mara or from Dolce Gabbana. A must-have with a timeless charm, constantly predisposed to styling options of all types: sporty with sneakers, chic with ballet flats, sophisticated with suede ankle boots. But also suitable for pairing with denim, long black dresses, tailored trousers. What fabric is camel? The camel, bred in Central and South-Eastern Asia especially in Mongolia, China and in the Gobi desert, is composed of two coats: the superficial layer made up of the giarre, the rougher hair, and the duvet, which has fine and soft from which the luxurious raw material is obtained. Among its main qualities, the fiber has notable thermostatic properties, thus the perfect ally for the winter, as it is able to absorb the warm air and humidity of the body, promoting physical well-being. In short, it is a coat that really tickles our imagination. And to move from theory to practice, we are showing some of the nicest looks.

Luisa Spagnoli SFIDA Coat - Short coat made with  80% wool, 20% polyester and lined. The Max Mara Coat as a wrap coat with an oversized volume, made of fine pure camel fabric. The model is characterized by a lapel collar, wide roll-up long sleeves and large patch pockets on the front. The matching belt allows you to highlight the silhouette. Lined in monogram fabric. The Dolce Gabbana coat from the Cammello collection represents emotion and sensuality with its neutral, warm and timeless camel overlays and the iconic inner leopard print, creating a new take on relaxed, enveloping femininity. This world is inhabited by various nuances, ranging from camel to warm orange hues and even various spice colors. A collection that is the veritable expression of casual, urban style, perfect for different occasions - unmistakable, unique and sophisticated.

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