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Double breasted city wool pea coat with convertible lapel and vertical shaping seams see all
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Ramaesiri This is a beautiful coat!! It fit like a glove and I can't wait to wear it. I would highly recommend this coat. Don't be afraid to purchase this coat especially at the sale prive. Worth every dollar!!

cumulus I decided to buy both the Calvin Klein Double Breasted Pea Coat and the Kenneth Cole Reaction Refined Wool Pea Coat in the Charcoal color so I could compare them and choose the one I liked best.



They are both beautiful, classic pea coats. I was looking for something long enough to wear with business suits, short enough to wear with jeans, and would flatter the figure.



Both have a similar cut, which curves in a bit at the waist, and are the same length, approx 29 29 inches down the center back from the bottom of the collar. Approx 31 inches from the top of the collar. Im 54, size 6 and the length of these extend about 1 2 inches below my rear. Sleeve length is the same for both, I like my sleeves to go about 1-2 inches past my wrist line when my arms are hanging down at my sides and they both do.



Calvin Kleins charcoal color is a very dark charcoal, closer to black.

Kenneth Coles charcoal color is more of a true medium gray, darker than a heather gray but lighter than dark charcoal.



Calvin Klein is 65% wool, 20% nylon, 10% recycled cashmere, 5% other fabrics. 100% polyester lining. The pocket lining is really soft, feels like microsuede even though its not.



Kenneth Cole is 78% wool, 16% nylon, 6% polyester. 100% polyester lining. The pocket lining is the same as the inside jacket lining.



Pros for Calvin Klein:

- The added cashmere makes the coat soft against the skin - doesnt itch.

- Lapels are made to close so there is a button at top under collar if you want to button up against the cold.

- Two extra buttons included for replacing lost ones.

- Smooth back.



Cons for Calvin Klein:

- No inside pocket.

- Darker gray may show specks of lint/dust a little more like black.



Pros of Kenneth Cole:

- Higher wool content.

- Inside pocket.

- Nice belt/button detail on back.

- Split back (if you prefer that style).



Cons for Kenneth Cole:

- A little itchy on the skin.

- Wide lapels are not made to close so does not have button under collar for buttoning up.

- No extra buttons included.



I tried sitting in my car while wearing each coat and didnt have any problem moving, grabbing the steering wheel, etc. The Calvin Klein did seem to afford a little more movement for me though.



I decided to go with the Calvin Klein for myself, the softer feel, color, and little bit more roominess in the arms/chest worked best for me.



Whatever you choose, you cant go wrong with either of these coats.

GeekChick I bought this in Plum Black and I love the color -- despite having "plum" in the name, this coat is a great neutral color and goes well with both black and brown. (I would describe Plum Black as a dark burgundy color.) I normally wear a size 2 or XS in Misses clothing and I bought this coat in a 2, and it fits perfectly -- large enough to wear over a bulky sweater, but still fitted enough that it's not baggy or boxy and is quite flattering on me. (I have a very boyish figure so I prefer coats that come in at the waist, rather than straight or boxy styles.) It's also not too tight in the shoulders like many other coats in small sizes. Like all wool coats this one is a bit itchy on my neck so I wear a scarf under it -- the neck opening is rather small so I recommend wearing a thin scarf underneath rather than a thick, bulky scarf. My husband also loves it and says the color is much nicer than the "boring" brown and camel coats I was looking at before I bought this! My only complaint is that the large plastic black buttons do look a bit cheap, but they could easily be replaced if you desire!

MYSELF123 I bought this in Plum Black and I love the color -- despite having "plum" in the name, this coat is a great neutral color and goes well with both black and brown. (I would describe Plum Black as a dark burgundy color.) I normally wear a size 2 or XS in Misses clothing and I bought this coat in a 2, and it fits perfectly -- large enough to wear over a bulky sweater, but still fitted enough that it's not baggy or boxy and is quite flattering on me. (I have a very boyish figure so I prefer coats that come in at the waist, rather than straight or boxy styles.) It's also not too tight in the shoulders like many other coats in small sizes. Like all wool coats this one is a bit itchy on my neck so I wear a scarf under it -- the neck opening is rather small so I recommend wearing a thin scarf underneath rather than a thick, bulky scarf. My husband also loves it and says the color is much nicer than the "boring" brown and camel coats I was looking at before I bought this! My only complaint is that the large plastic black buttons do look a bit cheap, but they could easily be replaced if you desire!

lovejesus Macy's knows that I have searched and searched for a pea coat including Hilfiger, Kenneth Cole, Laundry, Esprit. I have just found the perfect coat. I can't believe it is still around. I ordered an 8 and 10 because I did not know which would be better as I am 5'9" 130 pounds. I have a wide back (37 inch chest) and everything was tight in the chest/back when I put a sweater on. The 8 is perfect in this coat and I have room for a sweater. The coat is so much softer than the others and looks so much nicer. The color red is really a dark blue red; not wine or maroon, but very dark red. The charcoal is a deep, dark charcoal and not grey and very classy. Having a hard time which one I will keep. It is the best of all the others I tried. It is a perfect, classic pea coat and also elegant with a perfect length (right below your bottom if you are my height). The waist hits a long torso perfectly and so do the pockets. It is beautiful enough to wear with nice pants and skirt and also will be darling with jeans. I also love the button at the neck for cold days. You can turn the collar up and it does not look funny and will keep your neck warm. Hurry and buy one before the secret is out! This is the perfect pea coat!

ChicaEstrada This coat is beautiful right out of the box! I am 4'11" & weigh 113 (but I have a very wide back for my size- 36), I ordered the size 2 in black & thought after I ordered it maybe I should have gone with the size 4. So I was extremely happy when it came in the mail (6 days from the ordering date) & it fit perfectly with enough room for me to wear a sweater underneath if needed. It can be dressed up or just casual with a pair of jeans & boots. I do wish it came in a petite size only because the arms are a little longer than I would like (but I can get that fixed) & the length is a little bit longer as well, it hits a few inches below my bottom. But overall this coat is warm enough for the Southern California winters (maybe not so much for an area where it snows only because it is not thick & bulky), it is soft & beautiful & for the price I got it for, you can't go wrong. I LOVE IT & wish they still had my size in the charcoal color because I would definitely be ordering another one!

JyotiS It fits very well, brings out your curves. Stylish. Nice soft feel. Pretty warm, works well for NYC winters. The ivory colour goes with almost anything I have. Big time value for money !!! Anything else that we girls look for in coats??



I generally prefer small coats as they r easy to carry around and also bcoz of the fact that I am short :-( So its perfect for me. I loooovveee it :-)



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