Women's Wax Jackets & Ladies Wax Coats
Our ladies wax jackets come in a range of styles including three-quarter length, diamond quilted and long length coats. Our women's wax coats are traditional in design while still being rainproof and warm on a rainy day. Each jacket is made in Great Britain and we pride ourselves in creating some of the finest waxed garments worn in the British countryside. Warm and stylish and with great prices, explore the waxed jackets above. Plus size available for sale.
A waxed jacket is the perfect garment for country living. Because our jackets come in classic colours and shades, you’ll find that they already go with most of your current wardrobe. With such versatility, you can wear them out and about not only in the countryside, but also on the high street or school run.
We suggest sizing up, especially if you’re going to wear your jacket in winter. During the summer, you may only have a t-shirt or shirt on underneath but when it gets colder, you have to think about layering. Cable-knit jumpers can be quite thick so think about this when purchasing.
We’ve rounded up our classic colour choices so you can make an informed choice before buying your waxed jacket. Think about colour combinations and styles you already love.
Brown & Black – Classic shades that go with every colour. Why not wear a bright coloured checked shirt, such as red or blue, underneath to bring some lightness into a dark, dreary day? If you’re not a fan of colour, opt for a muted brown or cream shirt. Allowing to keep you warm and dry.
Olive – Browns, and olives complement each other perfectly. Olive can be a vibrant colour so pairing it with a ‘quieter’ shirt makes the jacket stand out more. Grey is another option that works well with olive.
Navy – Navy and red are two shades that always appear together. You could stick with a classic checked shirt or blouse or a polo shirt for casual times, such as running errands. Blues always look great with navy so you could go down that route instead!
Tan – With a stand-out jacket, you’ll want to keep your shirt classic. Greys and browns always work with tan shades, but pastel colours work just as well too. Lilac has been a staple colour in many high street stores recently and looks great under a tan jacket.
Try experimenting with different colour palettes and your wax jacket to see which colours work best for your wardrobe. Warm and stylish and with great prices, explore the waxed jackets above.