Christmas in July with Holland & Holland

Friday, July 25, 2014
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Christmas is getting closer insiders! Okay, well maybe it really isn’t that close but there’s nothing wrong with Christmas in July, at least not at Holland & Holland. As you wrap up your sun-kissed vacations, H&H is prepping for all of your holiday gift giving needs.

AVENUE insider got a sneak peek at the holiday collection on Wednesday and boy are you in for a treat. H&H has a gift for everyone in their holsters. The collection beautifully combines luxury, H&H’s signature tweed and the personality your hunter or outdoorsman (or lady).

Overwhelmed with decisions? No worries, H&H took the stress out of choosing gifts too. This holiday season they’ll be offering a few different gift sets that¬†could include an embossed keyring, a dog lead, or the brand’s very classic, European-style umbrella.

This holiday season’s must-have item from H&H however, are the¬†tweed field coats. There’s one for ladies and one for men and both are made in England and will be the hot item for autumn/winter 2014.

The ladies tweed field coat is in duck egg blue tweed and is showerproof and stain resistant but constructed in a breathable fabric making it comfortable for all weather conditions. The mens field coat is in an exclusive rust/brown tweed with herringbone features. It also is showerproof, stain-resistant and breathable. Both coats are adorned with Buffalo Horn buttons and Alcantara piping and collars.

These coats, along with the rest of the holiday season collection will be available soon at hollandandholland.com. So keep an eye out insiders, and start making your Christmas lists now, because these gifts are going to sell like hotcakes.


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