Description&details Brave the cold season with this beautiful wool-blend coat by Barbara Speer. The knee length design has a flattering flared cut that skims over your hips in an oversized fit. The coat features a mandarin collar, side pockets and ruffle detail. Details Felt, wool-blend, 10% cashmere Long sleeve Mandarin collar Knee length, flared cut, oversized True to size Especially good for pear shapes Especially good for rectangle shapes Especially good for oval shapes Delicate cycle 30°C Do not bleach Do not tumble dry Do not iron hot Fabric 70% wool, 20% polyamide, 10% cashmere Did you know? Cashmere: cashmere goats have an extraordinarily fine undercoat which protects them in their habitat in Mongolia and the Himalayas. The hairs from the undercoat are collected during the annual moulting season. Cashmere is extremely lightweight, fine, soft and lustrous. Wool: A natural fibre, wool is an insulator which means it is very warm to wear. It's resilient and elastic and so garments can stretch comfortably with you, then easily return to their natural shape. It's non-allergenic, so good for people with skin sensitivity, is flame retardant and even dirt and stain resistant. What's more, it's very biodegradable, so at the end of its life you can happily dispose of your garment knowing it won't have an environmental impact. Felt: is no longer only made of wool, but can also be made of synthetic fibres. Different methods are used to matt or compress the fibres to create a dense, interlocked surface. The result is a very warm fabric. Polyamide: is a synthetically manufactured fibre that has been significantly optimised over the past few years to improve its breathability and comfort when worn. The fibres are extremely durable and can be used in a variety of ways. Polyamide is a popular material for making activewear.Item measurements Article TACRFS: Barbara SpeerWool-blend cashmere coat In the item measurement chart, you will find the exact measurements of the selected item. Please note that we measure all items horizontally and only measure the width. If you want to find out the circumference, simply double the listed measurement. You can then easily compare the numbers to your own body measurements. Always choose a size with measurements that are a bit larger than your own measurements. There is no approximate value for this, make your choice based on how tight the item will fit.In the item measurement chart you will find the UK size next to the equivalent manufacturer size. This may be helpful should you be experienced with sizes from particular designers. The model is 5′9″ tall and wears a UK size 16 according to our body measurement chart. UK size 14-20 Manufacturer size 3 Sleeves 76 Bust width 64 Length 85-100 UK size 14-20 Manufacturer size 3 Sleeves 29.6 Bust width 25 Length 33.2-39 inch International size conversion chart The international size conversion chart informs you about what size equals your size in other countries. This is useful if you are used to dealing with sizing systems from other countries. DE size 40 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 UK size 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 US size 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 FR size 42 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 IT size 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 66 ES size 44 46 48 50 52 54 56 58 60 62 64 Information on tall and petite sizes Short length (eg. 42 short): If you are shorter than 168 cm, you should choose the trouser size marked 'short'. Standard length (eg. 42): If you are between 168-175 cm tall, you should choose the standard trouser size. Long length (eg. 42 long): If you are taller than 176 cm, you should choose the trouser size marked 'long'.