Padstow, Cornwall

Styling Barbour; Country, Coast & City #Barbour125years Part ll

It’s time for part two of my Styling Barbour series; I’ve taken to the coastal regions and sharing some outfit inspiration for their quilted jacket. My quilted jacket was the second coat in my Barbour collection and it has been worn to absolute death. There is nothing easier to throw on than this navy number. Padded and warm for those cliff side breezes and lightweight enough to chuck in your bag once you start to warm up.

For the little explorer in me, I couldn’t have a better companion. Deep pockets to hold my essentials, wipe down fabric for those little stumbles and a loose fit so I can layer myself up underneath. This jacket is a very integral part of my wardrobe and it’s something I’d advise anyone and everyone to invest in.

We headed to the beautiful coastline at Padstow; the perfect Sunday afternoon destination. You’ll find a quaint seaside town, perfect pub grub, a beachside stroll and Rick Stein’s infamous fish and chips. Strolling across the cliffside before trekking down to the sand dunes, you can see Rock and my favourite beach, Daymer Bay in the distance.

For a nautical afternoon, I opted to pair my Barbour jacket with a striped jumper, keeping the chill out but looking chic as always. A pair of stretchy skinny jeans keeping me comfortable as I wade across the rock pools and finishing off with a classic pair of converse to keep my feet dry. The lightweight quilted jacket is so easy to style, I’ve worn it for many different occasions and it’s simple design means it’s even ideal for a professional setting when you don’t want to get chilly on your way to the office.

I hope you enjoyed part two of my Styling Barbour series. Stay tuned for part three, for the city dwellers out there. Be sure to check the links below for your own Barbour jacket!

Jenifer x


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