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APRIL CORNELL BOULEVARD COAT - Victorian Long Coat - From the legendary designer, lightweight silken velvet dyed the shade of cabernet is paired with champagne brocade cuffs and collar and secured with pretty buttons. The tailored seams and fit are so very flattering. The design is timeless and knows no trend. Imported. 100% cotton velvet.

Boulevard Coat - silken velvet dyed the shade of cabernet is paired with champagne brocade cuffs and collar and secured with pretty buttons.

Love the cut-away front (reminds me of Georgian era, mebbee?) Fits into my love of both military-style & Steampunk clothing.

It must be all those Saturdays at boarding school spent in full Highland Dress, for I truly do fall for military-inspired jackets every tim.

Thea Porter Velvet Coat, Early 1970s, Augusta Auctions, November 14, 2012 NEW YORK CITY, Lot 354

basic cut with mandarin collar, in dark blue velveteen with allover print in purple-black floral & vining pattern; purple soutache trim on coat front & upper sleeves;

SEQUINED VELVET EVENING COAT, 1923. Turquoise silk having ruched and padded stand collar, decorated on sleeve and at hem with a stylized floral in platinum sequins and metallic cord embroidery,

LOT 505 SEQUINED VELVET EVENING COAT, Turquoise silk having ruched and padded stand collar, decorated on sleeve and at hem with a stylized floral in platinum sequins and metallic cord embroidery, silk lining.

Looks We Love - Coats & Jackets The Parke Blazer in Velvet JCrew 2017

Crew Parke Blazer in Velvet, Thomas Mason for J. Crew Boy Shirt, Point Sur Relaxed Shoreditch Straight Jean and Suede Smoking Slippers

coat & dress ensemble - possibly vintage 1920s, appears to be silk w/ embroidery, possibly velvet trim -- can't find a source. Does anyone recognize this?

"Circa 1925 Dress with Coat by Madame Babani, a contemporary of both Mariano Fortuny and Maria Gallenga. Babani was most known for her embroidered Asian influenced themes. Both pieces are great examples of Japonism in this work of art.

Charles Fredrick Worth, 1894    The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Evening coat House of Worth (French, Designer: Charles Frederick Worth (French (born England), Bourne Paris) Date: 1894 Culture: French Medium: silk, fur by SayaValentine