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Excelled Lambskin Long Sleeved Asymmetrical Zip Front Belted Coat

Give your style just enough edge with Excelled! This coat looks perfect with your jeggings and boots as the basics like long sleeves and two front pockets create a classic silhouette. You'll find a polyester lining and an asymmetrical zipper keeping it together – there's even a belt to define your waistline as much as you want. Slip it on with your favorite leather handbag and you're all set.

Details
  • Sleeve Length: Long Sleeves
  • Pockets: Two front pockets
  • Closure Count/Type: Asymmetrical zipper and belt
  • Fabric Content: Made of 100% leather and 100% polyester lining
  • Care Instructions: Dry Clean
  • Country of Origin: China

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Leather    

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. Avoid spraying perfumes or hair spray while wearing leather. Wearing a scarf will also help keep hair oils away from a leather collar. 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:
  • 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 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

    Types of Leather Treatments:
  • 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, the leather is more durable and breathable.
  • Nubuck: The top grain of the skin is brushed to create a velvety, fuzzy look and feel.
  • Patent: A glossy finish is applied to leather to create a slick, wet look. The look can be created with oils, varnish or resin.
  • Split Grain: Split grain refers to a skin where the top grain has been removed.
  • 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.