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Top 20 British-made Coat Brands

Stay warm and dry with our Top 20 British coat brands – all made in Britain

The British know how to make coats and jackets to cope with our changeable weather, so let us introduce you to the Top 20 British-made coat brands to help you wrap up warm.



Britannical is an award-winning luxury children’s clothing brand. It specialises in immaculately tailored outerwear, which it makes in the heart of London, using the finest British cloth and craftsmanship. For boys and girls up to 8 years of age, the brand’s pieces combine the modern and the traditional, honouring Britain’s heritage whilst celebrating the vibrancy of youth. It is proud to be an ethical brand and uses sustainable materials in all its pieces. Its eco-credentials and commitment to authentic British artisan production have received acclaim from the childrenswear industry.



Blackshore: sustainably made British Coastal Clothing from Southwold, Suffolk. Blackshore is the definitive casual collection for discerning men and women who love the coastline of the British Isles. Taking inspiration from the fishermen and boat builders for whom places like the Blackshore are lifeblood. Blackshore have created a definitive British coastal clothing brand for those who seek premium, handmade, casual clothing of timeless style.



Maquien is an independent British company in the East Riding of Yorkshire, founded by Vonny Law, which brings you outstanding stylish and practical garments for a variety of occasions in the city or countryside. Maquien, inspired on a river bank in Scotland, was designed to give people a unique clothing style and an outstanding personal service.

Teddy Edward of Wysall Ltd

Teddy Edward Coats
Teddy Edward

The unapologetically British Teddy Edward offers 100% British hand-crafted collections. Their coats are made in Suffolk and their jackets are made in Birmingham. From the buttons to the fabrics, they are authentic and committed to British quality and inspired design.


Welligogs Coats

Welligogs is a British designed, family run company and prioritises locally sourced materials. Their range is designed to be beautiful, wearable and unique. Not only is everything made with painstaking attention to detail, but they think it’s important to promote sustainable raw materials such as wool, cotton, linen or other fabrics, and they do everything they can to give back to the wonderful planet.

They also aim to source materials locally to ensure that they are supporting local communities and businesses.

Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing

Wolf In Sheep’s Clothing

Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing design, cut and manufacture a range of luxury clothes for ladies, men and children. We use only the finest materials and offer delivery to over 40 countries worldwide. Their products include coats and jackets as well as shirts, chinos and underwear.

Wood & Meadow

Wood & Meadow

Wood & Meadow is making a collection of workwear-inspired clothing, one garment at a time, and we’re beginning this journey with The Work Jacket. Supporting factories and textile communities as close to home as possible in the UK. This Work Jacket is made in Blackburn, Lancashire. Simple, fair pricing. Their mark-up on The Work Jacket is only 2-3x. The factory gets a fair price for their high standard of work. Doing something well.

Celtic & Co

Celtic & C0

Celtic & Co. is a luxury British brand. They offer a range of sheepskin coats made in the UK. Made with 100% sheepskin – this incredible material balances form with function, offering a chic look with lightweight insulation in the winter and temperature regulation when the warmer months roll around.

Julian Road

Julian Road

Julian Road is a contemporary country clothing brand of thoughtfully designed pieces for women, with a distinctive modern look, incorporating both functionality and style. The cloths used are all selected from British mills, mainly tweeds. The garments are all made in Britain. The styles are innovative and individual, creating a luxury product, beautifully finished with attention to detail.

Mother & Nature

Mother & Nature

Mother and Nature is the UK’s first range of Outdoor Maternity Wear which can be worn during & after pregnancy. It’s the only maternity wear that’s designed with the active outdoors mum-to-be in mind, so you can carry on enjoying the activities you did pre-pregnancy, in comfort & style. The range provides protection for you and your bump from the elements, plus as your bump grows, our range grows with you. It’s designed to give you the freedom to alter as you grow, then when your baby is born, simply readjust the clothing back to its original size, so you can carry on wearing them!

Oxford Blue

Oxford Blue

Manufacturing quality clothing in the UK since 1968, Oxford Blue specialise in tweed and wax coats for both men and women.


Pajotten Coats

Pajotten is a new sustainable British clothing brand for men and women. Pajotten is about simple, quiet, wearable clothes with a contemporary feel to them. Detailing is considered and kept to a utilitarian minimum.

Settlers Stores

Settlers Stores

A little bit country, a little bit rock and roll – designed for everyday adventurers, the Settlers Stores range of luxury tweed clothing is made, sustainably, in the UK, for people who love living outdoors but don’t want to compromise style for function. Embracing cultural fusion and celebrating diversity, they work in a range of dutch wax batiks and bespoke tweeds that are woven for them exclusively in Scotland.

Community Clothing

Community Clothing

Community Clothing is a manufacturer’s cooperative with a simple mission; to make excellent quality affordable clothes for men and women, to create great jobs for skilled workers and by doing this help to restore real pride in Britain’s textile communities.

David Nieper

David Nieper

David Nieper is a British fashion house designing and manufacturing luxury women’s clothing, knitwear and nightwear in Derbyshire for more than 50 years. They are passionate about growing local skills and actively support sustainable manufacturing in the UK. From the design table to hand-finishing, every part of the manufacturing process of their own label garments takes place at their studio and workrooms in Alfreton. Their timeless classic collections combine the best of British design with top quality workmanship and attention to detail to ensure timeless International appeal.


Peregrine Coats

Peregrine was and still is very much is a family brand.  Every step from the very first design to the finishing stitch is been executed here in the UK, producing the same British clothing staples that have been worn and cherished for years but with a contemporary twist

Private White V.C.

Private White V.C. Made in UK Giveaway
Private White V. C.

Private White V.C. is committed to producing quality everyday menswear using British materials and craftsmanship. The collection is designed by former head of Dunhill menswear, Nick Ashley and directly influenced by Jack White’s own wardrobe. The result is wearable contemporary garments which balance both style and functionality.

Please leave a comment below if you enjoyed this article about British-made coats. You can also see which Make it British members make coats in our directory here.



  1. John C Goode on November 28, 2018 at 7:53 pm

    What happened to the Coeur De Lion Brand? My wife bought a bikers jacket as a Christmas present a few years ago. Reading the article, knocked me into looking into what they make these days. No sign of them. The jacket is brilliantly well made. If they’ve gone then it’s a real shame?

  2. Brian Dash on December 4, 2018 at 5:33 pm

    Kate, yes great it opened my horizons to men’s British coats, but why don’t you add a link so interested buyers can go straight to their websites?

    • on December 6, 2018 at 1:53 pm

      Hi Brian… both the name of the brand and the images are links through to either the brands listing in the Make it British directory, or their own website.

  3. Chris Bolton on December 14, 2018 at 4:53 pm

    Hi Kate
    Keep the lists coming along with the podcasts. Snugpak could do to be on that list too. Super warm and hi-tec and lots UK manufactured in Yorkshire.

  4. Tonyl on December 28, 2018 at 4:08 pm

    Excellent article. Great to see all of those quality brands. Are Belstaff a british made brand?

  5. Barry Amor on June 13, 2019 at 7:23 pm

    Belstaff for biking coats and the like. Now owned by Jim Ratcliffe and his group based in Stoke they have done top notch leather gear for decades.

  6. Robert Middleton on November 4, 2019 at 11:34 am

    There do not appear to be any ” Ladies, long, wool, camel coloured coats” manufactured in England ( or even UK).

    • Rose Davies on December 9, 2019 at 3:21 pm

      Anything where the materials are also sourced entirely from British owned companies or G B itself?

      • Peter Mason on October 9, 2020 at 3:07 pm

        Just bought 2 Sherlock rain coats from Percival Menswear – they use material from Millerain which is then made into the coats in Walthamstow.

  7. Kathryn on November 16, 2019 at 4:27 am

    How about the duffle coat for men and woman?
    I loved the article though.

  8. Steve Redgrave on January 16, 2020 at 9:39 am

    Hello Kate,
    I love your website because I always try to buy British. One brand I buy lots of products from is John Smedley fine gauge knitwear. High quality and lasts for years. They have mill in Derbyshire. I am surprised you haven’t included them?

  9. Simon Middleton on March 20, 2020 at 7:34 am

    Great to be included in this feature. To answer a question from one of the commenters, we source all our fabrics from British mills. Most of it is dyed and finished in UK. A growing proportion is actually woven in UK.
    And we use exclusively British made buttons too.

  10. Harold on November 15, 2020 at 4:34 pm

    Wonderful article to be reading on a warm November day in Texas!

    My ancestral inclinations are rustling happily.

  11. EDWARD F OLEARCZYK on January 4, 2021 at 2:06 pm

    When I was in my 20’s I had a business trip to London. I bought a UK made topcoat at Austin Reeds. The brand still exists but they do not seem to make topcoats. Amazingly the double breasted herringbone is still stylish and fits. Any recommendations how and where to replace?

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