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Traditionally dusters adhered to the 4 Ls

light – weight

light – coloured



and when horses were the main means of transport

the duster was worn to safeguard clothing from

the dirt/elements of a day’s ride.

With the later introduction of the open car,

both men and women favoured dusters as practical, protective outerwear.

Today, duster coats  span the  colour spectrum, but the intention

of loose fit, light – weight with length remain constant –

no longer function- wear but fashion – ready.

Cue the modern take on the traditional trench –

not as commissioned army wear but as required wardrobe staple.

The new inspired silhouette is a nod to the duster’s 4 Ls.

Dusters and trenches:  signature pieces for a signature look;

spring into it for 2014.

Dusted … sorted

(images from whowhatwear.com):

Maja Wyh

Bright Sunglasses + Duster

(images from asos.com):

Image 1 of ASOS Duster Coat Image 1 of ASOS Duster Coat

“I’ll take one in each colour.”

(image from asos.com):

Image 1 of ASOS Mac in Denim Drape

denim dimension

On the runway

(images fashionising.com):


Trussardi,  s/s 2014

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Burberry Prorsum,  s/s  2014