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I love simplicity. 

For me simplicity says less is more. Which is why I enjoy how the English and Italians dress, or the elegant renderings of Oscar de la Renta, Carolina Herrera, and Balenciaga. 

Since I work at Burberry, I feel that it is more then appropriate to make this next chapter about the place that I work at... Burberry. 

Let me give you a background check...

-Thomas Burberry established his business in 1856.
-He focused on outerwear in the beginning. 
-He invented the weave Gabardine, which is what a majority of our trench coats are made of.
-Gabardine was patented in 1888.

There's even a fabulous short film they've created to demonstrate what Burberry has done:

Of course what makes me love Burberry the most, is that ICONIC trench coat. 

When you put on our trench coat, you can feel the difference. 

-You feel like a million bucks.
-Everyone looks good in a trench coat. 
-You can wear it for any occasion. 

I can't tell you how I know about the Burberry trench coat, it's just one of those things I've always been aware of. What I can tell you is that it's an investment. 

*It's the next piece of luxury item I'm saving for. Yes I know I live in Florida.

Now if I try to think of when I first became aware of the trench coat, I instantly think of Humphrey Bogart in Casablanca. This entire scene to be exact:

Really, any time I see a movie with the character wearing a trench coat I always wonder if it's Burberry. By the way, how gorgeous is Ingrid Bergman in this movie. Her outfits are so fabulous.

Here are some additional scene's where Burberry was part of the wardrobe. 

Breakfast at Tiffany's 

Gilmore Girls- This same jacket was worn by Toni Collette in xXx 

I could go on and on about the history of Burberry and the detailing of each clothing, but then that means this article would be forever long, and I've gotta get ready for work. 

I found some other articles that talk about Burberry, so click on the links below to check it out. 

Also, if you ever see something online that you think might interest me, tag me it.


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