• Duffle Weekend

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    Posted on January 27th, 2017

      The weathermen are forecasting another weekend of freezing temperatures and icy roads. The shortest day has passed, yet memories of the warm summer sun still seems almost a distant dream. The ground is cold. The fire is warm and in my lovely woollen jumper, I’m not sure that I’m quite ready to dig myself […]

  • National Treasures

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    Posted on January 23rd, 2017

      National Treasures   Beyond the closed doors and behind the heavy curtains, lies another world that has been hidden away. Now, more than ever before our wonderful national treasures and beautiful historic houses are opening their doors and welcoming visitors to see and experience a slice of England’s history. With more than 300 historic […]

  • Forever Wild

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    Posted on January 11th, 2017

    Chunky knit-wool or tactile textured pieces that are perfect for your New Year wardrobe. Lets get outside and enjoy our beautifully rugged countryside and everything it has to offer. #lovewinter #wintercoatsale #lovethecountryside #salenowon    

  • Time for the things that really matter

    Posted on December 21st, 2016

    Take time during the rush of the Christmas holidays to enjoy the things in life that really matter. Ancient woods, dramatic cliff tops, wild parklands, woodland trails. You’re spoilt for choice when it comes to finding a walk in England. We never seem to get much time to just enjoy what’s right outside our front […]

  • The Big Chill

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    Posted on December 13th, 2016

    The big chill is back and due to hit the UK big time this week. So we’ve been reaching for our chunky knits to help keep out the cold. As the temperature drops there really isn’t much option outfit wise if you want to stay warm… so lets snuggle up in our gorgeous winter jumpers […]

  • Wimbledon 2016: How to get the look (without going to London)

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    Posted on June 29th, 2016

    In the UK, Wimbledon is as traditional as the Queen appearing on the balcony at Buck House. It brings to mind strawberries, cream, rain stopping play and ‘Wimbledon whites’. And every year there’s another British tennis player with all the desperate hopes of a nation pinned firmly to his or her shoulders. This year it’s […]

  • What does the Brexit bombshell mean for our duffle coats?

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    Posted on June 29th, 2016

    There’s no denying it, the Brexit vote took the UK – and the world – by surprise. And judging from the bemused expressions of those leading the ‘Vote Leave’ campaign, it particularly took them by surprise. And if you haven’t been under a rock for the past few days, you’ll know that the UK’s decision […]

  • What to wear to Glastonbury? We’ve collated the best advice to get you ‘mud ready’ for the weekend

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    Posted on June 23rd, 2016

      The Glastonbury music festival starts tomorrow in, well, Glastonbury (UK). It’s when the great, the good, the mediocre and the ‘oh are you still playing?’ of music descend onto one, mud-filled arena. Actually, the stars don’t get mud on them, they’re up on the stage looking immaculate. It’s the hoi polloi that is caked […]

  • 3 British brands to take your mind off Brexit

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    Posted on June 17th, 2016

      Oh but it’s all kicking off over here with the Brexit debate. And to misquote the lyrics from The Clash’s famous song, the main question is, “Should we stay or should we go?” Well, we’re not getting into politics here on our duffle coat blog. (Too much of a hot potato.) But with all […]

  • Princess Charlotte gives the thumbs up (well, a wave) to Leicester

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    Posted on June 17th, 2016

    It has been quite the year for Leicester (where our duffle coat office is based). Not only did Leicester City win the Premier League, but we’re also still cashing in on finding the body of Richard III in one of our car parks. And the Poet Laureate – Michael Mopurgo – has even written a […]

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