Our sustainable jackets and coats are made in France on demand

Our sustainable jackets and coats are made in France on demand

Sustainable jackets and coats for women or unisex.

Sustainable jackets and coats for women Local made to order in France: a must for the mid-season and winter.

Women's jackets for winter and the transitional season.

Zularit: the short women's jacket with a boxy cut.

The square cut jacket or, in English, boxy, is a garment with a square shape that is not adjusted at the waist.

The boxy trend appeared in women's fashion in the 90s.

Inspired by the work jacket for men, which was worn by workers and soldiers, this trend is increasingly found in women's fashion. It is characterized by a loose, short cut at the height of the sleeves. A button placket with mother-of-pearl buttons and a collar ..... Three pockets make up this jacket, two on the left side and one on the right.

The customizable women's jacket / choose according to your taste.

The advantage of our jackets is that you can customize them to your taste. Zularit can be made in three different colors and environmentally friendly upcycled materials.

First of all, the gray worsted wool is a natural and renewable ecological fiber. This material is very durable and insulates against both cold and heat. It is also anti-static and anti-allergic, so you can not develop allergies.

You can also find it in beige color, made of upcycled cotton. The advantage of this cotton is that it is very absorbent and feels soft on the skin.

Finally, there is also the color lead, made of cotton and upcycled polyester, which is very resistant and insulates the cold.

Our eco-friendly long coats for women

The essential long coat for the women's wardrobe.

If you want to keep warm without losing your style, long coats for women are a must-have this season. Our beige Zerez coat made from upcycled cotton is the perfect piece.

This garment can be as versatile as you like and can be combined in many ways:

With ankle boots: Pairing the long coat with ankle boots enhances your image and can make your look more elegant, while keeping you original and chic.

Neutral look: there is nothing better than a soft outfit by combining the beige Zerez coat with a white sweater or t-shirt and your favorite pair of jeans.

With skirts and dresses: This combination can be worn with the simplest dresses both in everyday life and on special occasions.

The wool coat for women: A basic that you can wear every day.

The softness and elegance of wool coats make them a basic for winter.

Thanks to its wide, mid-length cut, the coat in upcycled worsted wool Zaneta, can be worn over thick sweaters to keep you warm throughout the winter.

Its viscose lining from remnants makes it a unique piece. The jacket has side pockets and closes with three buttons.

The upcycled materials of our ladies jackets

We chose upcycled materials to make our women's jackets and coats.

The term upcycling first appeared in the 1990s. It's about collecting materials that were supposed to be thrown away and turning them into high-quality products.

The use of upcycled materials has very positive effects on the environment. It reduces water and energy consumption in the production of new products. It also avoids the use of pesticides and chemicals that are harmful to the planet and our health.

Which eco-friendly jacket or coat should I choose?

What is the difference between jackets and coats for women?

Both are long sleeved garments that are worn over other clothing. The big difference is in the length. Coats are longer garments and usually reach to the knees or even the ankles. Jackets, on the other hand, are cut at the waist or hip level.

What is a women's blouson?

Unlike jackets and coats, the blouson is shorter and lighter. It does not reach just below the hips. They are more likely to be worn in the shoulder seasons.

So what's the difference between this and a down jacket?

A down jacket is a thicker jacket that is usually filled with down and has a padded outer material. A down jacket can be worn in spring or winter depending on the "thickness".