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The Perfect Jacket for an Irish November

Posted by Kate McNamara on

I am looking out the window on the most blustery of blustery days, contemplating going for a walk. I'm thinking to myself "What jacket will I wear? It's miserable outside but it's not cold." I think of the poor auld tourists I see wandering around the streets of Kilkenny with their inappropriate autumn / winter wear. Poor them. They never stood a chance. They are either kitted out for a full on hike up Mount Everest in their all weather, all terrain gear or are sweltering in those those massive padded ski jackets that resemble the lagging jacket in my hotpress.

They don't know the intricacies of dressing for Irish weather you see. At this time of the year we need a jacket that will stand the wind that blows you sideways, that can handle a mist or a downpour and is both cosy and lightweight. May I present to you Seasalt's Seafolly Jacket.

This bestselling Seafolly Jacket from Seasalt is inspired by a traditional fisherman’s mac, but with a feminine twist. See, it really is both fashionable and practical. Waterproof, windproof and breathable raincoat, with toggle and rope fastening, deep pockets, generous hood, and the softest cotton jersey body and hood lining.

Nautical but nice!

We have them in stock from size 10 to 16 and in a range of different colours. See our full Seasalt clothing range here.

Seasalt Seafolly Jackets

 


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