Light house raincoat review #AD

Hi all hope you are well. It been the longest week know to man and its only monday haha. The sun is shining thats a great mood booster which brings me to my review a fabulous long iona raincoat which even on the bleekest days reminds me of the sunshine. After the lovely cold weather and rain i couldnt of been happier with my choice. I found even tho the ioan is very lightweight and not bulky at all its probably the warmest coat i actually own. There so much to love about this wardrobe staples i wouldnt be without it now , so well made and can be worn in a variety of weathers the detachable hood makes it perfect for our daily walks. Dont get me started on the pockets there the perfect size to fit all you need phone keys and wallet no need for a bulky handbag on out winter/spring walks and there even extra pockets which are fully lined like the jacket perfect for keeping my hands ward because for the life of me i cant ever find my gloves.

Weve been finding our daily trips to the park so therapeutic even better when I’m not cold too. we dont always go far thanks to my stupid anxiety but its nice to know when we do go im not going to be freezing. It’s really important for our self care to just get out and explore the fresh air with lighthouse clothing you can go out in style dressed for any weather. The lovely company is based in northern island where all there designs are created with the weather and coast in mind ready for any adventure.

If your on the market for a new rain coat the iona coat can be purchases here avalibe ins a range of colours :

I would highley reccommend the iona coat not only is it stylish , practical but also really well made and i cant fault it even down to the delightful little saying stiched in to the zip ” Live simple , Live happy” now thats a mantra i can get behind. Thanks for reading and have a great week Jade x

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