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Peaky Blinders Natasha OKeeffe Lizzie Stark Beige Trench Coat

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Peaky Blinders Natasha OKeeffe Lizzie Stark Beige Cotton Trench Coat

Natasha O'Keeffe plays Lizzie Stark in Peaky Blinders. Lizzie Stark was once Thomas Shelby's mistress, but she later became Thomas Shelby's second wife and secretary, handling all of Tommy's affairs. Her long beige coat is lovely, and the women like it very much. We have Natasha O’Keeffe Peaky Blinders Trench Coat in all sizes if you're searching for a coat. You can wear this coat for formal or informal gatherings and events.


The material is made of Cotton fabric, and the inside of the coat has a viscose lining, giving a sense of warmth and soothing. It has two pockets on the inside and two outside, and the front of the coat has a buttoned closure and a standup-style collar. Moreover, the long beige coat has full-length sleeves with open Hem cuffs. Beige is the colour of land; whenever you can't decide what colour to wear, Beige is there for you; you can never go wrong with Beige. Shop the Natasha O’Keeffe Trench Coat online from us; we always make sure to deliver high-quality products worldwide. 


Product Specification:

  • Material: Cotton Fabric
  • Inner: Viscose Lining
  • Closure: Buttoned Style Closure
  • Collar: Stand-up Style Collar
  • Cuffs: Buttoned Cuffs
  • Sleeves: Long
  • Pockets: Two Side and Two Inner
  • Color: Beige Color


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