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Pamela McCoy Leather Notched Collar Python Printed Walker Coat - 702-645


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702-645 - Pamela McCoy Leather Notched Collar Python Printed Walker Coat
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Pamela McCoy Leather Notched Collar Python Printed Walker Coat

Beautifully constructed with impeccable tailoring techniques! Princess seams are kept soft, the silhouette is relaxed, the neck line is modest with a beautifully cut notched collar. This coat is ultra-glam in its luxurious python print on a supple, soft suede. You'll also enjoy the raglan sleeves, side pockets and leather covered buttons in the same pattern as body of coat. Durable, yet chic and easy to wear.

Choose from a variety of soft colors that will match well with items from your wardrobe. Wear with denim and flats for an informal lunch with the girls. Dress up with black pants and heels for that special client dinner. Easy to pair with scarves, gloves or even a hat. Your options to look amazing are endless.

Additional Information:
Five button closure. Removable (with snaps) underarm protectors. Contains shoulder pads. Shell face is made of 100% leather .Lining is 100% polyester. Dry clean only. Imported.

This material was created with an easy relaxed fit. To determine your size, Click Here.

Measurements:
X-XS: Center Back: 50"
XS: Center Back: 50"
Small: Center Back: 50"
Medium: Center Back: 50"
Large: Center Back: 50"
1X: Center Back: 51"
2X: Center Back: 51"
3X: Center Back: 51"

Disclaimer Tag:
Always follow the instructions on your garment's care label. Our staff carefully researches the best possible method of caring for your item in order to give it maximum longevity. Avoid wearing your leather item in rain or very damp conditions as the dye used in most leather and suede is subject to some color bleed off when wet. If your garment happens to get wet simply blot it dry with clean towel of similar color. Do not allow a wet leather or suede item to come in contact with other apparel or with upholstery, as there could be some color transfer before the garment is completely dry. In all cases, consult a professional cleaner familiar with leather care if you have any concerns or question.


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Leather:

One of the first materials used to create apparel and tools, leather is a favorite for its inherent durability and wearability. It is made from the hides of many different animals and each type of leather offers distinct characteristics that add to the look and feel of an item. In addition, a variety of treatments - from tanning to dyeing to buffing and more - can alter the feel of the leather.

Leather Care Guidelines: Professional leather cleaning is recommended for all leathers and fabric garments trimmed with leather, but there are some things you can do at home to help keep your leather garments looking their best:

  • Many chemicals and oils can discolor or damage leather over time, so avoid spraying perfumes or hair spray while wearing leather. Wearing a scarf will also help keep hair oils away from a leather collar.
  • It is perfectly safe to iron leather, though most wrinkles will drop out on their own. Use the rayon setting and heavy brown paper, such as a piece of grocery bag, as a pressing cloth on the right side of the garment.
  • Winter salt deposits can be removed from leather by sponging with clear water and then air-drying away from any heat source. Suede leather can also be brushed with a terry cloth.
  • Store leather garments in a dark closet that is neither too dry nor too humid.
  • Never wrap leather in plastic as this can dry out garments and cause cracking.

    Types of Leather & Treatments:

    Cow:
    The most common type of leather, calf leather is particularly silky and fine.

    Crocodile:
    This sought-after exotic skin is renowned for its luxurious feel and elegant texture. Long known as a prestige material, many cow leather handbags are embossed with a croco look in an effort to lend the same upscale feeling. Only authentic crocodile offers you this special texture, however, and it is used by some of the finest designers.

    Dyeing:
    Leather is often dyed to alter the color acquired during tanning. Drum dyeing refers to a process where the leather is dyed while rotating in a drum, in an effort to fully penetrate the leather with the dye.

    Full Grain:
    This term refers to leather that retains the top, skin part of the hide. In this state, it is said the leather is more durable and breathable.

    Goat:
    Featuring a distinct grain, some of the finest gloves are made from kidskin, the very delicate leather of a young goat. Lightweight kidskin is very supple, making it easy to create the molded fit of a glove.

    Lamb:
    Soft lamb leather is a favorite because of its silky feel and supple nature. When crafted into garments, this offers ease of movement and a lightweight fit you'll adore. New Zealand lamb is known for being particularly supple.

    Nappa:
    Refers to full grain sheep or goat leather. The durable leather is thin, soft, and supple.

    Nubuck:
    The top grain of the skin is brushed to create a velvety, fuzzy look and feel.

    Ostrich:
    This sought-after exotic skin is immediately recognizable for the stylish quill texture. As durable as it is luxurious, a piece made of ostrich leather will maintain its upscale appearance for years. Full of natural oils, ostrich leather resists drying, cracking, and stiffness for an ultra-softness that has enduring style.

    Patent:
    A glossy finish is applied to leather to create a slick, wet look. The look can be created with oils, varnish or resin.

    Snake:
    This sought-after skin truly defines exotic fashion. Renowned for its elegant texture and luxurious hand, you'll love the silky feel of this ultra-supple leather. The epitome of prestigious fashion, a piece created from snake leather is sure to add luxe style to your wardrobe.

    Split Grain:
    Split grain refers to a skin where the top grain has been removed.

    Stingray:
    This exotic skin is immediately recognizable for its glistening bead texture. A naturally-occurring shimmering white diamond pattern marks stingray as a truly distinct leather. The leather's use can be traced as far back as elite Japanese Samurai warriors who used durable stingray leather for the handles of their swords. Prized for its beauty and texture, stingray lends a prestigious air to any wardrobe.

    Suede:
    With the top grain removed, the leather is brushed to create a fuzzy, velvety feel.

    Tanning:
    In order to stabilize animal skin, it is tanned. Tanning is mainly done with vegetables or chromium sulfate. Untanned skins will dry out or putrefy. Vegetable tanned skins acquire the color of the tanning agent used, such as tree bark, plant fruits, and seeds.




  • Pamela McCoyAbout Pamela McCoy Collections:
    The Pamela McCoy Collections offer couture styling for every woman.  Featuring great designs meant to last a lifetime, the collection is perfect for the woman who loves fashion and appreciates garments cut to fit a woman’s body. From the conception of the designs to the manufacturing of the garments, there is a high-level of excellence through the entire process in order to present the finished masterpieces to our customers.

    About Pamela McCoy:
    Pamela McCoy is the designer of the Pamela McCoy Collections. She began designing in 2000, because she believed there was a need in the apparel industry to find the perfect balance between design, quality, and fit. Inspired by life, Pamela seeks to design a collection to help women feel comfortable and confident in every aspect of their life.

    “My favorite part of the process is visualizing a design and seeing it come to life.” -Pamela McCoy

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