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Barbour - The Collections Part 1: Ursula
Few outerwear collections have a history as rich as Ursula by Barbour.
The Ursula collection is inspired by the original Barbour Ursula jacket of 1937, which was commissioned by Captain George Phillips of HMS Ursula and soon became standard issue for Britain’s submariners during WWII.
A delightful collection of heavy duty, robust, yet elegant jackets and knitwear, the collection expertly combines a military influence with a feminine edge while still retaining the practical features which made the original jacket an obvious choice for maritime personnel. From wax field jackets to tailored wool coats, Ursula is home to a diverse range of jackets, as well as classic cable knit sweaters.
Offering superb versatility, every Ursula jacket provides protection from the elements, luxurious warmth and a sophisticated aesthetic, while the pure wool sweaters offer warmth and a comforting chunky knit. And, in a nod to their maritime heritage, the jackets have been christened with nautical names including Buoy, Oceanic, Navigation and Skipper.
Barbour have created this collection using only the finest materials, including waxed cotton, Sherpa fleece, soft corduroy and pure wool, and have paid stunning attention to detail in the design, with special touches such as Union Jack yokes and moleskin lined collars in some of the jackets. Equally as wearable in urban or rural surroundings, the robust yet comfortable nature of these jackets makes them the ideal outerwear choice come rain or shine.
A unique combination of practicality and prettiness, the Ursula collection is a stylish celebration of British maritime history, and the part that Barbour has played in it. Find key pieces of the range now at Country Attire.