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Dress Code - Posted November 25, 2016 10:37 a.m.
Photos by Shannon Richardson

Cloaked in Style

Jacket. Coat. Parka. Hoodie. Shell. Cloak. Wrap. Blazer. Windbreaker. The sheer number of words referring to a person’s outer garment reflects the variety of ways these are used. From bulky layers to beat the cold to sharp suit separates that add formality, outerwear plays countless roles in the fashion world. But regardless of the name – or use – jackets are essential when the Panhandle’s winter winds begin to howl and the snow begins to flurry. With cold fronts threatening to the north, we put together three styles appropriate for women (casual, work day, and evening wear), along with something for the guys. Now you can stay warm and look good.


Clockwise from left:
Tom Ford sunglasses $445, Et Cetera
Knit fox flower headband $65, Marcella Furs & Leather
Moda Luxe cross-body bag $51, Dotsy’s Boutique
Vince Camuto jacket $169; Chelsea & Violet ballet troupe pants $98, Dillard’s
Kate Spade watch $195; Sorel wedge boot $250, Raffkind’s Clothiers
Brown fox trimmed touch gloves $50, Marcella Furs & Leather


Clockwise from left:
Free People coat $268, Lilly Finch
Antonio Melani “Julia” dress $159, Dillard’s
Spartina 449 earrings $28; necklace $49, Peppermint Garden
Leather basket-weave gloves $99, Marcella Furs & Leather
Dolce Vita peep-toe shoes $200, Raffkind’s Clothiers
Brahmin “Finley” carryall $395, Marcella Furs & Leather


Clockwise from left:
Trench coat $50, Dotsy’s Boutique
Adrianna Papell illusion lace dress $170, Dillard’s
Zenzii necklace $144; bracelet $43, Raffkind’s Clothiers
Gianni Bini “Jelissa” heels $89.99; Kate Landry clutch $65, Dillard’s


Clockwise from left:
Robert Talbott coat $698; Barbour lambswool scarf $50; Nixon watch $150, Raffkind’s Clothiers
Deerskin gloves $110, Marcella Furs & Leather
Peter Millar corduroy pant $145; Trask “Brady” suede boots $245, Raffkind’s Clothiers
Fossil messenger bag $148, Dillard’s

by Jason Boyett

Jason has written more than a dozen books and is the host and creator of “Hey Amarillo”, a local interview podcast. Visit and
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