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British brand Barbour and their iconic wax jackets have teamed up once again with ceramics designer Emma Bridgewater on a collection of highly stylish jackets and shirts that will see you through spring in serious royal style.
The new collection - inspired by wildflower meadows - features the iconic khaki Barbour wax jacket, updated with a gorgeous new wildflower print lining that'll look amazing teamed with your best jeans.
It’s the perfect addition to your outdoor wardrobe and one we’re pretty sure Duchess Kate would approve of.
There’s also a brand new quilted jacket that’s available in cream or blue, this design has a pretty dandelion print lining and on-trend cord trim.
Or if you’re looking for something slightly lighter the new khaki overshirt with fun bumblebee motif works well over dresses and skirts, but would look equally stylish paired with a simple t-shirt, jeans and trainers.
Using classic Barbour styles, the brand has also ventured into shirts with the new line featuring a classic white shirt covered in delicate dandelion and bumble bee illustrations.
Loved by everyone from Kate Middleton and the Queen, to style icon Alexa Chung, Barbour jackets have had something of a renaissance in recent years. Maybe it’s The Crown effect as we all binged the Netflix show, watching royal characters donning the coolest of khaki jackets throughout season four.
Or maybe it’s down to the fact we’re all out walking a lot more due to numerous lockdowns over the past year, whatever the reason, there's no denying the classic Barbour style will help elevate any look immediately.
This is the forth time Barbour has teamed up with Emma Bridgewater on an artistic collaboration and if the past collections are anything to go on, these pieces won’t be around for long.
Lydia is woman&home’s Lifestyle News Editor and a freelance travel writer. Day-to-day she manages an international team of nine news writers and oversees all news content on woman&home.com. Her travel writing has been published in BBC Good Food, Oh magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Town&Country, ELLE, MailOnline, Woman, and woman&home.
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