Red Waxed Barbour Jacket

red, white & blue
Jacket (similar) // Sweater $89 // Scarf $99 (box set) // Pants $158 // Boots $109 // Earrings $28 // Watch $295

Welcome back to Day 2 of my Week of Barbour (you can check out the first day here). Today I'm coming in hot with this red vintage Barbour I snagged from eBay last year. I loved the style and I had never seen anything like it, so I knew it had to be mine! eBay is a great place to find more expensive items, but it's even better for finding little gems like this one.

I've looked all over and have only found this jacket that is similar. The one I'm wearing is similar to a classic Beadnell, but it has a few differences. For one, the arms aren't lined with the tartan like the inside body and cuffs. It also has slanted pockets near the chest. 

I paired it with another fun Barbour product, this scarf. I love the Barbour tartan and last year when I was buying a new scarf for winter, I chose this wool one! It came in a really cute box set with gloves so you know I couldn't say no!

You also know I'm all about wearing my white pants in the fall and winter. I think the pants paired with the red of the jacket look so good together! I'm also sporting my new fisherman sweater and I loveeee it. I need it in every color, pronto! 

Don't forget to check out the video below! It's full of me dancing and being weird. 



  1. You've convinced me that I need that scarf because it's the same tartan as the lining of my Beadnell...

  2. I love this look! Those boots are perfect!
    The Style Storm
    <3, Christina

  3. What a great red color!

    Liz @ ShoppingMyCloset.com
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  4. looovee the look with the white pants! and the red and tartan, gah it's too good and makes me want christmas!! (but not winter)

    xo mk

  5. Loving the red and i am so glad you are still rocking your white jeans!!!


  6. This model is actually called the Vintage Beadnell. I have the same one in sandstone.


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