Sold-out John Lewis coat is back in stock just in time for Christmas – and it’s almost HALF price 

If you’re struggling to find a warm and stylish winter coat, then you’re in luck – as one of John Lewis’ bestsellers has just come back in stock.

The John Lewis & Partners Double Faced Belted Collar Coat, which comes in camel, sky blue and raspberry pink, was originally released in September from their AW18 collection.

But just weeks after it came out it sold out in all sizes. 

The coat, which proved to be a hit with John Lewis fans was originally priced at £199, but now its back in stock they knocked off nearly half the price – taking it down to a purse friendly £100. 

The John Lewis & Partners Double Faced Belted Collar Coat originally sold out in September. 

The John Lewis & Partners Double Faced Belted Collar Coat originally sold out in September. 

The John Lewis & Partners Double Faced Belted Collar Coat originally sold out in September. 

Made with Italian fabric, woven at a family run mill in Tuscany, the soft belted wrap coat has large collars and stitching detail which matches the belt.

Made with Italian fabric, woven at a family run mill in Tuscany, the soft belted wrap coat has large collars and stitching detail which matches the belt.

Made with Italian fabric, woven at a family run mill in Tuscany, the soft belted wrap coat has large collars and stitching detail which matches the belt.

Made with Italian fabric, woven at a family run mill in Tuscany, the soft belted wrap coat has large collars and stitching detail which matches the belt.    

The coat has gone done well on social media too, with one fan commenting: ‘Gorgeous! Especially the coat in raspberry pink.

Another added: ‘Loving the new branding and this seasons looks @johnlewisandpartners’.

The coat was part of the John Lewis & Partners AW18 collection in early September – which included 300 pieces. 

The coat, which proved to be a hit with John Lewis fans was originally priced at £199, but now it's back in stock they knocked off nearly half the price - taking it down to a purse friendly £100.

The coat, which proved to be a hit with John Lewis fans was originally priced at £199, but now it's back in stock they knocked off nearly half the price - taking it down to a purse friendly £100.

The coat, which proved to be a hit with John Lewis fans was originally priced at £199, but now it’s back in stock they knocked off nearly half the price – taking it down to a purse friendly £100.

The coat is proving popular again this time around, with the camel colour selling out already.

The coat is proving popular again this time around, with the camel colour selling out already.

The coat is proving popular again this time around, with the camel colour selling out already.

The collection was a part of a major revamp for store after news in September that they had recorded a 99 per cent fall in half-year profits. 

But in September data shared exclusively with MailOnline, revealed that the 300-piece range has been ‘flying off shelves’  – with the coats in particular proving popular. 

And the coat is proving popular again this time around, with the camel colour selling out completely. 

While the raspberry pink colour is nearly gone too – selling out in sizes 8 – 10, plus 18. But you’re in luck if you prefer the sky blue colour, as it is still available in sizes 8 – 18. 

The £100 Raspberry pink coloured coat is now only available in sizes 12,14 and 16 online. 

The £100 Raspberry pink coloured coat is now only available in sizes 12,14 and 16 online. 

The £100 Raspberry pink coloured coat is now only available in sizes 12,14 and 16 online. 

The John Lewis & Partners collection was unveiled this Autumn, dubbed its ‘biggest and best yet’ – emphasises ‘riotous colours and easy silhouettes’.

Iain Ewin, partner and head of design for womenswear and accessories, said: ‘We want to empower women to be individual, to be unique and find their own style.’

The launch came just weeks after the retail giant reported profits had fallen to £1.2 million for the six months to July 28 as its chairman blamed a ‘challenging time for retail’ which had been ‘created in part by Brexit’.

 

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