The first phase of my wardrobe audit is the easiest. I know my outerwear without getting out of my chair and I don't need to purge any pieces.

Winter Coats
1/ LL Bean Orange knee length down puffer. Bought winter 2015. Very happy with this purchase.
2/ Lole Olive Green knee length down puffer. About 6 years old. On deep discount and it looks ratty. Still useful for walking dog because it is not as warm as the Orange one.

Dress Coats:
3/ Black fake sheepskin mid calf coat. Bought November 2004 to wear to my mother's funeral. It is a very nice coat but provides absolutely no warmth. Zero. A decorative item.
4/ Dark Brown Fake Fur knee length Trapeze style coat. Bought November 2002. I love this coat. I don't know if it looks dated but the fake fur is beautiful. Reasonably warm for a dressy coat.

Down Vests:
1/ Black down vest from Jacobs. Cropped to waist. About 10 years old.

Cold Autumn or Spring Coats (not Winter):
1/ Cognac knee length Theory Coat. Reefer style. Bought about 7 years ago. Does not have side entry pockets. Love the coat though.
2/ Dark Brown pea coat. About 10 or 12 years old. Lining is shredding. I love this coat. Brown is so hard to find.
3/ Olive Green mid thigh fuzzy polar fleece Coat. Ancient. Has large pockets which are handy for dog walking. The only time I wear this is to walk dog.

Trench Coats:
1/ Light tan mid thigh Burberry Trench. About 10 years old. Love.

Rain Coats:
1/ Mid Calf Marks's gear like coat.
2/ Gortex jacket. Gear like.

Leather or Suede Jackets:
1/ Dark Brown thigh length suede fringe jacket. Circa 1970s.
2/ Dark Brown hip length suede fringe jacket. About 10 years old.
3/ Brown leather jacket/blazer Espirit. 11 years old.

1/ Pumpkin and Black
2/ Dark Brown and Taupe.

I would like to find another down vest in a colour that works better with my wardrobe. I have been looking for awhile.

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