Dadelszen Stephanie trench coat

This leather trench coat is the chic update your autumn wardrobe needs

Building a stylish autumn and winter wardrobe requires pieces that will offer protection against the elements, while complementing and elevating an array of cold weather ensembles. We dare say there is no outerwear garment as chic and versatile as a trench coat, and local label Dadelszen has given this perennial classic a luxurious update

The Stephanie trench coat — named in homage to iconic supermodel Stephanie Seymour — is rendered in a lightweight, supple lambskin, ideal for trans-seasonal wear as it is unlined. Featuring a notch lapel and detachable belt, the leather is subtly perforated throughout, lending a sports-luxe feel and breathable comfort. 

Dadelszen Stephanie Trench

The beautiful hazelnut tone of this coat is a more understated and uplifting alternative to black, more complimentary with a variety of skin tones and wearable with both neutrals and bold shades. The perfect sophisticated outer layer for over a T-shirt — we love Dadelszen’s unisex Brando cotton and cashmere version — the Tuscan silk shirt, or Aspen cable knit cashmere sweater on a chilly day. 

For him, the cooler seasons are set to be just as stylish thanks to pieces like Dadelszen’s Perfecto biker jacket. Carrying all the key elements of a classic biker jacket, with a far sleeker silhouette, it is cut in deer leather by expert artisans and lined with silk.

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From left: Dadelszen Langsford long sleeved tee; Dadelszen Perfecto biker jacket.

Everyone needs a reach-for layer, and the sell-out Langsford long-sleeved tee is back in shades of midnight blue, obsidian black and Nordic grey. Crafted from 70 percent cashmere and 30 percent, it’s an unbelievably soft wardrobe essential.

The Stephanie trench coat has arrived at Dadelszen’s showroom only recently, yet has been sprinting out the door. So, if you want to get your hands on this, and other timeless, exceptionally crafted pieces from a brand that specialises in made-to-last luxury, we suggest you make haste.


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