Barbour jacket

Barbour jacket

(ˈbɑːbə) or

Barbour

n
(Clothing & Fashion) trademark a hard-wearing waterproof waxed jacket
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Alexa is the reason I bought a Barbour jacket - best investment ever - but Kate remains at the centre of my festival mood board to this day.
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He eschewed the usual farmer's look of holey jumper, checked shirt with frayed collar and battered Barbour jacket in favour of high fashion garments from the Italian label's cruise collection.
Middleton ditched her usual dresses and high heels for a $208 Barbour jacket, $44 TopShop shirt and $235 Berghaus boots and $143 Ray-Ban sunglasses.
Nigel takes along his beloved dog Charlie, who receives his own complimentary Barbour jacket, which he wears while out deerstalking with his master.
Charlie the poodle even gets a complimentary Barbour jacket and deer stalker hat and later orders a steak with bearnaise sauce on room service.
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David is 6ft, of slim build with short brown hair and was possibly wearing jeans, a blue Barbour jacket and trainers.
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"She has a PS70 Barbour jacket and loads of other clothes and a bed in every room in the house.
Farage was seen wearing a Barbour jacket, green tweedstyle trousers and a flat cap at the event in Kent.