Song for the Mute's Fuzzy FW19 Topcoat Features Luxurious Textures

A mohair shell and sueded-twill lining.

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Fall/Winter 2019 outerwear is steadily rolling in, with some of the bulkiest options so far coming in the form of shearling coats from brands like Acne Studios and Rick Owens. For a change in texture, Australian label Song for the Mute delivers a new option by way of its fuzzy mohair-blended topcoat, which is even lined with sueded twill for a luxurious combination from the inside out.

The style is featured with a brown and orange-toned outer shell in line with the natural colors of autumn. It’s constructed with notch lapels, drop shoulders and two buttons in the front for closure. Pockets at the waist and one at the chest finish off the details.

Song for the Mute’s Fuzzy Mohair-Blend Two-Button Topcoat is priced at $1,750 USD and available now from Barneys’ webstore.

For more FW19 goods, take a look at Gucci’s new collegiate-style varsity jackets.

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Song for the Mute Fuzzy Mohair-Blend Two-Button Topcoat

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