• AUTHENTIC | BRITSH | QUALITY

    Posted on April 27th, 2018

    This year marks the 90th Birthday of the Oxford English Dictionary. English words have actually been collated for many years before, when on the 4th of April 1755 (some 173 years earlier) Samuel Johnson Jr, published, the first Dictionary of the English Language and is among the most influential dictionaries in the history of the English language. […]

  • HAPPY EASTER

    Posted on April 1st, 2018

    www.dufflecoatsuk.co.uk #happyeaster #springfun       

  • Get Duffle Coat Happy

    Posted on February 12th, 2018

    It’s the second week of February and the ‘novelty’ of a new year has definitely worn off. The ground is still hard and frosty, the nights are still dark, and spring still feels a while away. All in all, February can be a bit of a slog. But wait – What if it could be […]

  • Posted on February 2nd, 2018

        Great Britain will send its largest ever team to South Korea Winter Olympics with 59 athletes selected for Pyeongchang. The 2018 Winter Olympics kick off on the 9th of February in Seoul. South Korea will play host to an epic two-week sporting spectacular followed by the Para Olympics on the 9th – 18th […]

  • Thrilling Seafaring History For Duffle Coats And Cowes Week

    Posted on July 26th, 2017

    There’s nothing quite like Cowes Week; the oldest and largest annual sailing regatta in the World, an iconic feature of the British sporting calendar.   Montgomery and www.dufflecoats.co.uk ‘s history is so ingrained in seafaring, how could we not celebrate the magnificent Lendy Cowes Week? Its one of the UK’s longest running and most successful […]

  • Paddington Bears’ Creator Sad Goodbye

    Posted on June 29th, 2017

    When Mr Brown first caught sight of Paddington Bear he was wearing a label that said, “ Look after this bear, he’s from deepest darkest Peru.” Who knew that this wonderful charming bear with his iconic duffle coat, floppy hat and marmalade sandwiches would become such a delightful part of so many childhoods? The brilliant […]

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

    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

    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

    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 […]

  • Happy Official Birthday to Her Majesty, The (colour-loving) Queen

    Posted on June 13th, 2016

    “I feel invisible.”   “I feel invisible.” It’s a phrase often uttered by women of a certain age. Is it because society only has eyes for younger women? Because older women are seen to be frumpy? There’s obviously no easy answer. But as The Queen showed at the weekend, you don’t have to settle for […]

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