bridge & burn: a castle jacket giveaway

11.27.2012

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Over the long weekend, James and I enjoyed daily walks along the beach in my hometown. I don't think I'll ever tire of the way the wintertime sun shines golden on the marsh grass and sun-bleached driftwood. More importantly, these walks were the perfect antidote to all the lazing around we did in front of the fireplace. On this particular weekend, I had the good fortune of sporting the castle jacket from one of my sponsors, Portland, Oregon-based Bridge & Burn. I don't often wax poetic about clothes, but this jacket is pretty much perfect. It comes with a hood and pouch pockets to make it a proper fit for adventuring, but it's sleek enough to wear in the city without feeling frumpy. The cheery red striped lining means that I could layer on a sweater without things getting all bunched up. Maybe best of all, there's plenty of room to fill two pockets with slipper shells and still have a spot to keep my hands warm. 
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Bridge & Burn has been kind enough to offer my fellow tea leaf readers an opportunity to win a castle jacket for adventures of your very own. For a chance to win, hop over to the Bridge & Burn site to scope out the goods and leave a comment back here, complete with contact information and a description of the kind of adventure you'd take with the castle jacket.* If you're hankering for a little extra Bridge & Burn inspiration, follow their pinterest boards for a daily dose.
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*Due to shipping costs, the giveaway is available to readers in the US and Canada, only. The giveaway will close on Thursday evening at 5:00 pm and a randomly selected winner will be announced on Friday. Good luck and thanks for reading!

UPDATE: Elissa is the lucky winner! Thanks so much to everyone for playing along and for sharing such grand adventuring plans!

Photos by James Casey, my husband.

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  1. Ah, I've been looking for a jacket exactly like that!

    I'd go for the Quin waxed cotton charcoal --- I think it would be perfect for adventuring around Norway as it's wind & waterproof not to mention the versatility it would give on our weekends traveling Europe!

    Love, love, love!

    fromtheretohereblog@gmail.com

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    1. Jay, that sounds lovely and I agree that a Bridge & Burn jacket would be perfect for bopping around Europe! Unfortunately, a reminder that we needed to limit this giveaway to readers in the US and Canada only! Thanks for understanding!

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    2. Yes, I saw that but should I be so lucky to win, I'd send it to my parents in Canada... if that is ok?

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  2. Ahhh, a nice weekend getaway jacket. The Waxed Erie Moss or Wool Erie Gray would be perfect and not too formal for traipsing around town on a weekend while running errands. I did have an adventure seeing my boyfriend's parents in (small-town) Ohio this past weekend and I felt too formal in my wool toggle pea coat. I am almost sick of that thing - I need something else!!!

    Allison
    ramos.juneallisont@gmail.com

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  3. Ooo, I have some items from Bridge & Burn on my Christmas wish list! (I hope Santa is extra kind to me this year.) Love the Castle jacket.

    Every winter after the first snow of the year, my dad had a ritual of shoving us out the front door in our bare feet to take one ceremonial lap around the house. That's right: a lap around the house, in the snow, barefoot. Coats were allowed though. I'd love to take the Castle jacket for a spin around the house, barefoot -- although we are expecting our first snow any minute!

    thirtyeight20 [at] gmail.com

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  4. The Wool Erie Grey coat is lovely, but I can't help but be convinced by your descriptions that the Castle Coat in Olive is just perfect. I recently returned from a honeymoon in Ireland and jacket like this would have been a wonderful traveling accessory! Perhaps the next time I venture North to visit my grandmother in New England, I'll have to invest in this sort of blustery castle coat. :)

    nakwang@gmail.com

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  5. The Wool Erie Gray jacket would be my ultimate pick! The beautiful gray, that will go with anything and just heavy enough. I would love to take the jacket through a hike in the mountains on a cold day in Tennessee.

    Thank you so much for this opportunity!

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  6. I've never heard of Bridge & Burn before, but the olive castle jacket looks perfect for the trip that I have planned early in the new year to Portland! We are planning on doing some hiking and visiting some breweries and it looks like it would keep me toasty and dry! Thanks for the opportunity to win this.

    Ashley
    petrylaka (at) gmail (dot) com

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  7. That is a gorgeous coat that you're wearing!!!
    Loving all their coats, but I think I'm going to have to pick the Waxed Erie Moss. It being wind and water resistant beats out the Wool Erie Grey by a hair.

    Both are gorgeous though! Thanks for hosting!

    jasmine.brinkli[at]gmail[dot]com

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  8. that IS a fine jacket, and you look lovely in it. had i a castle of my own, i think i'd wear it to dip my toe in the atlantic and the pacific oceans within a day (something i've been meaning to do for years and have been putting off, since the flight between them gives one such a case of The Naps). for a farewell beach bonfire with my sisters in laguna, a midnight plane back home to new york from long beach, and coffee and a chilly morning at the rockaways - perfect.

    lauren // cuttlefish [at] gmail dot com

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  9. Love this jacket- casual but also cozy. I'd wear it for cool morning commutes and winter walks in the park with a sweater and chunky scarf. ellentarry[at]gmail[dot]com

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  10. I love the simple sophistication and utility of the Castle jacket. It would be a perfect outer layer for my dream road trip up the Northern California coast - starting at Point Reyes to Tomales Bay, then west through Healdsburg wine country and finally north to hike the Redwoods.

    tanvi[dot]n[dot]patel[at]gmail.com

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  11. I love this jacket! I found out about Bridge & Burn on the Honey Kennedy blog and have been lusting after a few jackets ever since. It looks perfect on you! I'd wear it on my adventures taking photos around the city. bookwormmeetsbookworm[at]gmaildotcom.

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  12. what cool clothing! My castle jacket would be perfect for long walks on my grandfather's farm.

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  13. Oh. Oh, I need this jacket. I would meander up and down the Maine coast in it, my trusty dog by my side.

    liz(at)miloinmaine(dot)com

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  14. Ohhhhh! I have been loving Bridge and Burn since learning about them after my trip to Portland earlier this year.

    I would wear the jacket adventuring around my new city (DC!) to discover new things. I'm in love. :)

    kreganb(at)gmail(dot)com

    Thanks!

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  15. Totally digging the Axson Red Plaid Top to wear under the jacket. My sweet husband and giant labradoodle find ourselves hiking in our back yard often - The Rocky Mountains. Castle would be a warm addition to our trails.

    ksteinbugl(at)gmail(dot)com

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  16. I, too, enjoy a good adventure, this past weekend it was hiking in the lovely blue hills with my (new) husband and our dogs. This Bridge & Burn jacket would keep me warm and ensure our walks last longer.

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  17. What a perfect jacket! I'd wear it out walking in the evenings, taking pictures and trying to work up the nerve to explore the beautiful but forbidding cemetery at the end of my street before the sun goes down.

    astael(at)gmail(dot)com

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  18. I'd use it to keep warm walking in Central Park!

    ashlycochran@gmail.com

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  19. Nothing like the quiet kind of adventure that comes with a walk in the woods! The Castle Olive looks just perfect for it.

    Liv
    sosweetsogood.tumblr.com
    ocombe@oberlin.edu

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  20. i love the simplicity of the castle jacket and the quin navy waxed cotton jacket isn't so bad either. living in florida, i don't get the opportunity to wear jackets like these too often. however, at the end of december and during the month of january it does get chilly. on those days, early in the morning, when it's still foggy i love to take walks along the beach with my camera in hand. the castle jacket would be perfect for it with a big scarf around my neck as well.

    leyla [ gfgnblog@gmail.com ]

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  21. what a lovely jacket! and thank you for introducing me to this store - i love it all.

    while this doesn't look quite warm enough for a minneapolis winter, i do make an annual spring pilgrimage to lake superior and duluth to skip stones, eat at the most delicious scenic cafe and scout new moccasins and i think this would be the perfect jacket for it!

    laurenbeuckman (at) gmail (dot) com

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  22. This jacket is perfect! Would definitely wear it for adventures around my new home in NYC!

    rpodojil@gmail.com

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  23. the adventures of this coat would be keeping me warm in the new york city streets and the rugged mountains of the southwest.

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  24. What lovely dreamy pictures of your adventure! I think I'd take the castle jacket down the cheery streets of colonial Williamsburg to chat up the folks dressed up in their colonial clothing. They'd obviously appreciate the fine craftsmanship of my jacket!

    rachaelshafer(at)gmail(dot)com

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  25. This is a no-brainer - I'd use mine to ward off the wet chill next time I visit Ireland - as I wander through the fields. I'd get grey so I could blend in with the sky or olive so I could get 'lost' in the fields...
    acookgrowsinbrooklyn(at)gmail(dot)com

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  26. I can think of about 1,000 adventures that this coat would be perfect for!

    Rachel (rae_775@yahoo.com)

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  27. I've been obsessed with Bridge & Burns since I came across their coats last year. So lovely.

    I spent the last 7 months traveling in Ireland (I'm back in the US now), and this coat would have been perfect! I'd love to imagine a return trip to the Emerald Isle. The coat's simple ruggedness definitely evokes the feelings I got from the Irish coastline and countryside, and I think they'd make a wonderful pair :)

    CaitididDesigns [at] gmail [dot] com

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  28. I also would love a walk on the beach with that jacket! rbeinart (at) yahoo (dot) com

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  29. I can definitely see myself wearing it hiking along Toronto's many ravines and then once back on to the city's streets, melding right into the busyness of life.

    ana.martins(at)bell.net

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  30. hmm, the Quin Waxed Cotton Charcoal is tempting but I've been wanting a jacket like the one you're wearing for ages now, so I think I'd go for that! I'd wear it on adventures with my border collie, who loves jumping through the marsh and walks in the woods all year round.

    -Alix
    (aroyenator [at] gmail.com)

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  31. The coats are beautiful, but right now I'm oohing over then Rae Linen Shirtdress. That said, a new coat would be welcome news here in foggy San Francisco. The rain has finally come. poppyandsparrow (at) gmail.com

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  32. The coats are perfect. I am eyeing the waxed cotton. Perfect for wet blustery weather.

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  33. I would love the Wool Erie Grey. I'd wear it on adventures to visit family and friends in the Pacific Northwest and for hikes around Portland. Someday I'd wear it around Ireland when I finally get to visit my godmother.

    pimmelm(at)gmail(dot)com

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  34. the waxed eerie moss would be perfect for me. i'm planning a trip to england next spring to visit some of their best gardens. i'll be going to highgrove (hrh private garden/estate) that takes my breath away just typing it. and the impossibly romantic garden, sissinghurst. i've been looking for a good, warm, stylish jacket for my garden touring. the fact that this one is lined in chambray could not make me happier. fingers and toes! and thank you for this wonderful chance.

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  35. GORGEOUS stuff. Can I have it all? The coat would be a perfect companion on my adventure to San Fran this spring. deannelynn (at) gmail (dot) com.

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  36. What a great giveaway!! I've never heard of Bridge and Burn before, but they've got a whole bunch of super cute jackets. Ooooh the adventures I would take this jacket on...I live in Chicago, but we go out to Michigan and Wisconsin fairly often. And the occasional camping trip to Tennessee. This jacket looks perfect for meandering around the city, probably by the lake as well, on cooler days. I'd love to snatch it up ;)
    Leah (LeahWilson86@gmail.com)

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  37. What can I say. I think Castle Olive really is my favorite. (I'm a fool for anything olive.) This would be great for my weekend hikes in Red River Gorge in Kentucky or even hiking around the Smokies.

    Thanks for the opportunity!

    Emily
    em[dot]tudor[at]gmail[dot]com

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  38. I love Bridge and Burn...and Portland. This would make a great all-around jacket, perfect for traveling. I wish I had it for my trip to France last fall...it seems perfect for a European adventure.

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  39. Oh this would be so fantastic! A couple of big adventures come to mind. The most exciting is definitely the trip my my Scottish husband and I are currently planning. We've started to map out a trip to his native Scotland, including hiking through the Highland, checking out Loch Ness, and being out in the general cold--this would be the perfect jacket to pop in and out of pubs with!!!

    I'll keep my fingers crossed!!!

    ~Stacia Jackson
    stacia.jackson4@gmail.com

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  40. i'd love to take this jacket on an european cruise ;) [lyndagp at gmail dot com]

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  41. I'd love to take the olive castle on my annual northern california next fall.

    Lovely!

    katie.f.mccauley@gmail.com

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  42. I would take the Quin Waxed Cotton Charcoal on my Connecticut adventure this early spring. Beautiful!

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  43. Im planning a few trips this spring, holland among them, this jacket would be perfect for rainy European spring weather!

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  44. The jacket would be perfect for my everyday urban adventures!
    elizabethcaudle at gmail dot com

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  45. the castle jacket in olive is actually my favorite too. i would just it to explore my new city this winter...just moved to brooklyn.

    maura[dot]hart[at]gmail[dot]com

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  46. I would love to take this jacket home for Christmas when I road trip from Texas to Virginia. It and I would go rock-hopping on the James River when we got there. And I would discover in one of its pockets the ticket stubs I'd stashed there earlier in the trip when visiting the Atlanta aquarium with college friends, and the inevitable granola bar my grandmother gave me for the car ride.
    (karen.e.davis at gmail.)

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  47. In the middle of a crazy week at the office and I'd much rather be adventuring outside! I love the Waxed Erie Moss jacket - I could wear it to the office AND for adventuring.

    lindsey.wong@alumni.tufts.edu

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  48. The Quin Waxed Cotton Charcoal would be absolutely fabulous for my everyday college adventure in Upstate New York, where the weather is unpredictable and rather wet+windy!!

    caglioni.c@gmail.com

    thank you so much for this opportunity!

    p.s. An avid follower of your blog, I cannot help but envy every piece of your wardrobe! How you style your pieces with such effortless elegance! I always look for affordable pieces that are inspired by you! Free is definitely affordable!

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  49. I have been a huge fan of bridge & burn's clothing for a long time now. I have especially been lusting after their jackets, but they make some great looking dresses as well. I'd definitely take the castle jacket on an adventure around Brooklyn, and anywhere else I end up traveling this year. Thanks for the chance to win! sarah {dot} blumberg {at} gmail {dot} com.

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  50. Oh, I love all their jackets but I think I would pick the beauty you are wearing! It would be perfect for tromping around Seattle, as our weather is getting pretty cold and blustery!

    chelseaday85(at)gmail(dot)com

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  51. What a lovely jacket! Perfect for skipping around Boston in the fall:)

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  52. I would really enjoy this jacket on our annnual trip to my family lakehouse. Even when it is the coldest in the winter, I still enjoy watching the sun rise over the lake on the porch with a hot cup of tea. This beautiful jacket and I would get along great during my long walks along the river looking for arrowheads or a quiet boat ride with my sweetie.

    helloashleywilson@gmail.com

    :)

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  53. Man. the dude on the bridge & burn website is a seriously hard babe.

    i love that jacket so much! perfect for exploring toronto--i've just moved here from a much smaller town (16x smaller!) in the Canadian prairies, and I would love to wear a jacket that beautiful as I play city-explorer

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  54. The black Castle jacket - pefect pour flaner dans Paris (ou Bruxelles, ou Prague, la Camargue, l'Oeuf a Montpellier surtout les jours ou le mistral souffle un peu...)

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  55. I really love Bridge & Burn's clothing! I have just moved to Colorado, and I would love to wear this jacket on a nice hike in the rockies with my guy. It would also be great for exploring the city of Denver! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

    NinaHaglund@me.com

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  56. My adventures in this jacket would likely involve me pulling on my Blundstone boots, grabbing my striped mittens and heading out the door to see where the wind blows me! To the beach to look for agates, into the forest to listen to the creaking of the trees, or maybe into the car for a jaunt up to the big city to wander the urban jungle.

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  57. Every day, I would take my jacket on the big adventure of dropping my boy off at school. The carseats, the traffic, the whining, the hauling of the little sister, the stair climbing, the retrieval of lost mittens, the re-tying of shoes, the wet kisses, the cheerios in my hair...I could face it all with ease, tucked comfortably in my Bridge and Burn jacket. :D
    kstapleford@yahoo.com

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  58. What a lovely coat! I would wear this jacket adventuring to and from work, honestly. It would also be perfect for walks and hikes.

    papercranes.ree at gmail dot com. :)

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  59. That Waxed Erie Moss or else the Castle Olive jacket would be perfect. I'm in France for the next seven months and they would definitely be fantastic for the rainy winter/spring I'm told to expect. (I read the rules, I'm from Canada. :)

    (yielly.13[@]gmail.com)

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  60. I would wear the castle jacket on an adventure along the Canadian coastline in the fall, visiting relatives and appreciating the colors of my favorite season!

    light0a0candle at hotmail dot com

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  61. Oh, this coat looks & sounds lovely. It would be great to wear while sipping some hot cider in front of a bonfire, or maybe taking an early morning walk in a frosty field, somewhere. aimee @ designhare dot com

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  62. With two young boys in tow, I can imagine lots of fun adventures in the mountains outside of Denver. But for the daily tasks of school drop off, I could look stylish too!

    jenmuntean@gmail.com

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  63. This jacket would be perfect for exploring marin county on weekends and strolling around san francisco!

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  64. This jacket would be perfect for a date with my fiance. We generally enjoy a nice walk around this big beautiful park next to our tiny little apartment, and then we head over to the english tea parlour we got engaged at. If we are lucky enough to have even more time together, as we are both busy college students with jobs, we go on a much needed hike to the top of Sugarloaf in Boulder for some gorgeous views. I am a random adventure prone person :).

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  65. i love the jacket! the big pockets would perfectly store the spare pacifiers i have to tote around to make my baby happy :) i could see myself running errands around town in that gorgeous coat.

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  66. It's a lovely jacket. I'd love to wear it on a quiet walk through the woods in Virginia on a brisk Winter day.
    clairekilgore[at]gmail.com

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  67. I've been eyeing the Castle jacket for quite some time - it's on my holiday wish-list! It looks warm enough for our Canadian winters. I would wear it on my weekend neighbourhood walks with my husband and for trips to his family's farm. Thanks, Erin :)
    aeetty@gmail.com

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  68. Great-looking jacket! I would get my family of four (plus a handsome doggy) out for walks in our little village this winter, and then be inspired to write when we came home again for hot chocolate. :)

    Rebecca, becca @ beccacarter.com

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  69. This jacket looks like it would be perfect to wear as I go for walks here in New Mexico at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo mountains. It is always important to have a good layer, and especially with a hood!
    elissamh@gmail.com

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  70. I live in Portland and take the bus to work. In the winter, everyday is a weather adventure so this would be awesome. The length is perfect! The Marine color was fun but me and my husband have this thing for olive green so I love the one you're wearing♥

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  71. Oh lovely! The wool grey one is pretty as well. You summed up the perfect must-have, pockets to collect things, and pockets to still keep hands warm. This would be great for Fall walks!

    daniellaciotti(at)gmail.com

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  72. This does look like the perfect winter Jacket! this is my first winter in New York and I am trying to figure out how to stay warm while walking from the bus/subway to work .. its supposed to snow today and i am wishing I had a Bridge & Burn cozy jacket. Thanks Erin!

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  73. Bridge & Burn clothes are all gorgeous, but I love the castle jacket and would wear it around New York City where my husband and I live. It's also perfect visiting family in Virginia walking along the beach or our Christmas tradition in rural Virginia as well. So versatile from city to beach to country!

    kathryntip[at]gmail[dot]com

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  74. My adventures in the Bridge & Burn jacket? I'd hike through the woods, like I do every other day. My husband and I travel back and forth between Colorado, the east coast of Canada, and northern Italy. Every place we find ourselves, we search out the wilderness; forests, shores and mountains. This coat would be a wonderful (and attractive!) piece to keep me toasty as I go from the city streets into the hills.

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  75. I must have this jacket. I have been looking for a nice winter coat to weather the freezing NYC winter that I am sure is upon us. I'd also love it for winter walks on the beaches in nyc!

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  76. What a perfect jacket for a hike! This winter break, the academic job market is keeping me home. But after that, a trip to Northern California to visit my in-laws would provide the perfect occasion to wear this jacket on beautiful walks in some of my favorite places: through the Redwoods, maybe, or while taking the winding path through fog and by herds of elk to the Point Reyes National Seashore.

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  77. Holy goodness, this is extraordinary. I love the inside of it! I could definitely use this jacket when I go to Austria this summer (eep!) Still can't believe i'm going!

    Super giveaway!

    -Amy K
    akolb14@comcast.net

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  78. Awesome giveaway! It looks like the perfect jacket to transition between fall & winter

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  79. I want to take this jacket back to the Northwest! That's where we honeymooned a few months ago, and I'm ready to go back. It would also be perfect to wear on video shoots because it's not too bulky!

    Truebadourjess@gmail.com

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  80. Hmm...I'd probably use the jacket for hikes along the Cliff Walk in Newport, or for tramping through the woods in my Ohio hometown. It looks perfect for weekend adventures.

    afmurphy26 {at} gmail {dot} com

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  81. Ahh this jacket is perfect for those crisp LA city mornings but would then fit perfectly in my small mountain hometown in VA. Thanks for this opportunity!

    emkcox[at]gmail[dot]com

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  82. The castle jacket is just the perfect amount of rugged. I studied abroad my junior year along the coast of Northern Ireland and can only picture myself wandering around the countryside wearing it. The greatest adventure would be to go back there and create layers on layers of Irish adventures.

    hqpcapps@gmail.com

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  83. I'd take that sucker to Seattle and get lost in the woods with it.

    tinywildthings@gmail.com

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  84. Beautiful jacket! I am moving back to NY in December and desperately need to bulk up my winter essentials for strolls on the Long Island north fork; I'm thinking this coat would be simply perfect. Thanks for the opportunity :)

    hanna.wardell@gmail.com

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  85. We've got a direct flight coming up from Seattle to Paris where we'll be skipping the city and heading straight to a an French wood cabin in the forests of Fontainebleau. I'd bring the castle jacket right back to the prettiest castle I've seen!

    laurahuysman@gmail.com

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  86. I just moved into a house by a river; this would be perfect for walking the path that runs along the river!
    I've been looking for a jacket like this for a while, it's so cute!

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  87. Love it esp. in my fave color of Olive..Im such a green colored girl!

    Missing my ocean (orginally from Mass/Maine) and my seaglass adventures so I would pop on this coat, grab my nieces/nephews and our 3 yr old American Eskie "Noel" and go to the local national park. I know that I will be coming home with a pocket full of "just the coolest rocks ever", acorns so we can grow huge trees in the backyard for summer shade (this make take awhile LOL!)and tonz of leaves that we can put between wax paper and save forever. Oh and it has a pocket for my camera/cell, a bottle of water and my KEYS that I lost last time we went on an adventure! :/

    Where the coat goes, I know that 4 wee ones and the Eskie....will make my day brigher.


    bostongemmie@gmail.com

    (thanks for the opportunity to win a beautful coat that is out of my pocket change budget)

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  88. Thanks so much for introducing me to Bridge & Burn! Their collection is the perfect mix of lovely and practical - especially the castle jacket. I'd love to take it with me on an upcoming trip to Chile, but I'm sure it would also keep me great company while roaming the streets of Brooklyn. ;) (ehopewhalen@gmail.com)

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  89. You're right - this is a great looking jacket. I would wear it on hikes in the winter along the American River bike trail. It looks so comfy, I would also wear it during the week to and from work.

    Donna (dlchan6@yahoo.com)

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  90. Ooo, that jacket is gorgeous - it looks perfect for the freezing winters in Calgary. I'd wear it to go ice skating with friends at Olympic Plaza and grabbing hot chocolate afterwards ^.^

    noireshinesblue@gmail.com

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  91. I love that you've got a couple Portland businesses as sponsors! I love so much of the stuff that Bridge & Burn has. That castle jacket would come with me on my daily adventures of fighting the rain here during the winter and springs around here. You can never have too many jackets in Portland. :)

    Thanks for hosting such a generous giveaway!

    stephaniekcsphone(at)gmail(dot)com

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  92. This jacket is perfection! I'd make sure that it accompanies me while exploring Mt. Baldy and Ice House Canyon in Southern CA. Great giveaway!

    alison.s.wong@gmail.com

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  93. I'm about to do a semester abroad in the rainy but beautiful city of Leeds, UK so I would wear this to school, out exploring old ruined castles and sitting in pubs, watching the rain pour down. For school I would pair it with my ancient leather satchel that my dad brought back from India so many years ago, and the pockets would be stuffed with pencils, pens and maybe a calculator. For my weekends spent adventuring around the countryside, I would feel like a native Britonian except I'd actually be warm and the large pockets would be perfect for storing meat pies to keep my hands toasty on the walk home from the pub. In every way this would be a lovely addition to my upcoming English adventure!

    dani.klassen@gmail.com

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  94. I would wear this jacket around my small town here in Illinois in the evening looking at decorated homes & counting how many Christmas trees i see decorated for the holidays.gmgcherry@yahoo.com

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  95. Oo! I was just on the site and the have such adorable things! The jacket would be amazing for weekend hikes and strolls with my man, dog, and/or camera. It would be perfect as a travel partner for those road trip adventures. Lastly it is ideal for those adventures on spring or fall days.

    Nik
    nrichardson15@gmail.com

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  96. I'd wear the jacket all.the.time! But also when going on woodsy walks through the North Vancouver trails. Those pockets would be perfect for storing forest finds!
    Thank you for the chance to win such a lovely thing!

    fifijj@gmail.com

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  97. This jacket is too cute! It would be perfect for a weekend at the beach for sure!

    Amanda
    awhitver@live.com

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  98. I would like to wear this jacket while walking through the Georgia woods at Christmas

    presto_pesto@yahoo.com

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  99. The Quin Navy Waxed Cotton coat is sweet! I'll need a cool weather jacket for a trip home to Nova Scotia next summer.

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  100. the olive color is perfect, and it'd be going to maine, hiking in acadia. certainly.

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  101. How cute! I think this is perfect for a fall beach day!

    bangel1187{at}gmail{dot}com! (:

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  102. I dream of snowy expeditions, followed by hot chocolate. Canoeing trips in the summer and the smell of campfire days after to remind me of good times had. I promise to wear this jacket hard, and love it even harder.

    tiffanyhusband@hotmail.com

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  103. Ooooh! That jacket fits you perfectly, you look great! If I were to win the Erie Moss jacket, I would spend my time in the mountains a lot more with my husband. We live in the Northwest, and are always seeking a good adventure! Thanks for offering this, and thank you Bridge & Burn!

    Take care,
    Katie
    katie10cupsofchai@live.com

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  104. WOW what a perfect addition to my wardrobe! Just got home from a visit to family in Northern California and this would be amazing to take on a return trip. Who says you can't look great while on a crisp hike through the majestic redwoods!
    Thanks for considering me, a redhead who lives in green :)
    April <3
    octoberstar13@gmail.com

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  105. Beautiful jacket! I've been looking for one just like it for ages! I would love to take it on long walks around the lakes in Minnesota!
    Natalie
    leeacy@bc.edu

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  106. The Bridge and Burn Castle Olive jacket looks perfect for layering and stylish simple enough to wear almost every day, which means I could wear it for three whole seasons. Another nice feature I noticed, it's sleeves are slightly shorter than most jackets, which will make for a better fit. Sporty and stylish! Would love to know if there are any retailers in New York City that carry it. Would love to buy this as gift! Thanks, lillief89@gmail.com

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  107. gorgeous. the castle jacket and I would take a trip to maine, go hiking, drink cocoa and stare at the stars. then maybe to boston - and an art museum! and cannolis! the utility of this jacket is that it is meant for life.

    would love to have a go :)
    Kate
    kt.j.todd@gmail.com

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  108. I'm going back to England for the first time in over ten years come Christmas. This jacket would be able to keep me warm in the long car ride to Newark airport, cozy wrapped over my knees on the flight, and perfect for walking around the village I grew up in.

    -Jesse
    jall4067@gmail.com

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  109. Thanks so much to you and Bridge and Burn for offering this fabulous freebie. I think it would have to be the khaki castle jacket. Living in Colorado means our weather can go from a 75 degree day one day to 30 degrees and snowing the next. When out on our many mountain hiking adventures, we are always prepared for the same wildly changing weather and layering is key. Thanks again!

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  110. This is THE perfect jacket! I would take it home for the holidays: it would be great to wear while traveling, going out to eat with the family, meeting up with old friends, hiking, and daily walks. (courtney.gonzalez@gmail.com)

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  111. I'd wear this on my everyday adventures in Seattle. Work, rain, school, rain, fun, rain. devondanielle@gmail.com

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  112. This jacket is lovely.

    I could picture myself on quite a lot of adventures with something like this, a weekend getaway to san fran, an extended weekend to visit my mother in indiana and go hiking in the forests or to finally visit one of my besties in boston, but my biggest adventure would be exploring iceland-- something I plan on doing in the very near future.

    This is great, thanks bridge and burn for offering such a great giveaway.

    all the best,

    Sam

    sammaycreate@gmail.com

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  113. What a great-looking jacket! In that, I'd adventure myself on a walk up the street to the bakery for a scone and some holiday blend coffee. (Also, their dresses . . . Adorable. I'm longing for that cinch waisted grey one.)

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  114. Adorable jacket! I don't often get the chance to get into nature working at a law firm during the day and getting my masters degree in the evening. However, this jacket would be perfect for hiking in an around the urban jungle (Perfect with leggings and tall boots, or even over a sweet dress, tights and oxfords)!!

    heatherlynn.penn@gmail.com

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  115. I would wear this home to Virginia for Christmas, crunching around Thomas Jefferson's Monticello and getting the last of the apples at Carter's Mountain Orchard!

    cortney.mccoy@gmail.com

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  116. I'd wear this on my everyday adventures in Seattle. Work, rain, school, rain, fun, rain. devondanielle@gmail.com

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  117. adventure! I'd love to win it!

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  118. This jacket would be perfect for my honeymoon in Paris. We're going in early spring, so the weather will be ideal for such a gorgeous coat like this... Arm in arm, baguettes in hand...
    rachel.jass@gmail.com

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  119. Perfect for anything really, but maybe walking through the streets of Amsterdam...someday! Thank you!
    reichle.ce@gmail.com

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  120. wow! I LOVE this jacket.
    I would probably wear it everyday and it would be perfect for traveling around Europe when I get to study abroad next semester :)

    tbissellstone@gmail.com

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  121. Awesome jacket. I'd go to Alaska! My friend went and she was the one who showed me this jacket and she inspires me!If I win, I will probably put it on and go for a stroll out side to enjoy it!

    achiang02@gmail.com

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  122. The Castle Jacket (in either olive or black) is so versatile and would be perfect for adventuring around Los Angeles. From hiking up to the waterfall in Eaton Canyon with friends to walking along the Santa Monica pier on a date, or perhaps for an afternoon at the movies followed by going up to the Griffith Observatory at night, this jacket would be an excellent companion. It would be perfect with jeans, a hoodie and hiking boots, or perhaps with black jeans, a striped top, and flats, or even with a black dress, polka dotted tights, and riding boots - so many possibilities! So many adventures!!

    zevallos.andrea [at] gmail [dot] com

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  123. The Castle Jacket in Olive Green is gorgeous!I would take the Castle Jacket on my rock climbing adventures across the east coast. Made perfectly for the cold, breezy weather. Can't wait!

    Thank You Bridge & Burn.
    rubygj@gmail.com

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  124. I absolutely love this jacket! And fittingly enough, I would be thrilled to wear it while I explore Portland for the very first time this Spring! I'll be traveling to Portland, Seattle and Vancouver - all of which are exciting firsts for me. Can't wait. Looks like I'll have to check out the Bridge&Burn store while I'm out there, too! Thank you! - Larissa
    (Lariss.Walker@gmail.com)

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  125. What a gorgeous jacket. A hike in the mountains of Western North Carolina with my husband deserves a jacket of this caliber.

    naurnie at naurnie dot com

    Also, you are looking too cute!

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  126. The Castle Olive is my favorite! Though I won't be needing it for my next 2 adventures abroad (Haiti, next month and Laos/Thailand, in the spring - both hot & humid climates) it would be perfect for my visits to the PNW to visit family as we always have adventures in the great (cold!) outdoors with 3 very active nephews.

    jmfaraci {at} gmail {dot} com

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  127. I love these jackets! Especially the olive-toned one. These are great for urban adventures of exploring San Francisco or Los Angeles -- where I'm moving in a few months. I would go for a walk around my new neighborhood to take pictures for my blog while trying to find the best coffee shop for holing up in to write.

    morethanexist at gmail dot com

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  128. So cool! Definitely the perfect jacket! Super cute and functional but not trying too hard :) I would love the waxed charcoal and would wear it to visit family out west in the Utah mountains! I'm also in love with the plaid teal dress... thanks for introducing us to such a cool co. !

    matt4julia@gmail.com

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  129. I love this jacket! It would be perfect for my daily adventures around town since it doesn't get too chilly here in the South!

    poole.jennifer.a@gmail.com

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  130. What a beautiful jacket! Such a perfect combination of function and style!
    I recently found out that I'm pregnant, so my adventures won't be super crazy for awhile - but I'll be taking lots of long walks/easy hikes now. This jacket will be the perfect way to survive our dreary west coast winter!
    justinecnavarro(at)gmail(dot)com

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  131. Love, love, LOVE this coat. It's the perfect in-between for my fleece and white wool dressy coat. As far as adventures, I'm in the middle of grad school applications all across the country. I can only imagine that it's the perfect companion to scope out schools from Seattle, to Denver, to Boston!

    rkrose55 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  132. I have been looking for a great jacket for what feels like FOREVER! I am in love with the Wool Erie Grey jacket. The color is perfect and I could wear it so many months of the year. With my tiny apartment and tiny closet, having a jacket that will work months on end is exactly what I'm looking for.

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  133. I would love to take this coat on a spin around Stockholm, snälla. :)

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  134. I think I would go on a little hike in Grand Marais, MN, then have donuts and coffee at my favorite bakery up there, and end the morning with skipping rocks in Lake Superior. Your adventure looks nice as well though.

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  135. Oh man, I love this coat!! I'd love to wear this as I walk along the NC coast this New Year's Eve with friends. anyancey@gmail.com

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  136. I think a jacket in my size is dying to join me on a jaunt to Griffis Sculpture Park in Ashford Hollow, NY. Together, we'd climb on statues, jump over babbling brooks, picnic next to the Castle Tower, and try to get lost for a while in the Maze. Then, we'd have dinner in Ellicottville and do a little holiday window shopping before heading home!

    cpross716(at)gmail(dot)com

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  137. Wow, that is the perfect jacket! I think it would be right at home in Seattle with me :)

    ae.moynihan@gmail.com

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  138. Would love to rock a coat made in my hometown when I go back to my hometown! We sure know rain (and adventures!) in Portland.

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  139. I'd love to wear this on my family's annual North Carolina trip in September - perfect for blustery days biking along the beach! ajdewerd at gmail dot com

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  140. I'm in love with the Castle Olive jacket... perfect for wandering through the streets of Vancouver with my husband, scouting out the perfect place to sip coffee and watch the bustling city.

    sarah_mejia@hotmail.com

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  141. I'd love to wear this jacket with navy blue nails (a la a Cup of Jo blog post, the blog by which I journeyed to your blog), or deep red nails. This color is my latest obsession, as I sit in my hunter green boots on a rainy day in Southwest, VA.

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  142. I'd wear this jacket with a hand-crocheted cap and my tall wellies, and go with my love to explore the Back 40 lot. My favorite time of year to explore the woods is after most of the leaves fall and before it snows, when all the colours are a limited palette and you can spot splashes of red berry bushes and bright green moss. The pockets seems perfect for filling with white rocks, acorns and pinecones all the other treasures I seem to pick up on my inspiration walks.

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  143. What a lovely jacket! I would put on some red lipstick, some brogues, and sit outside my local coffee shop in it pretending I'm in Paris :)

    thehomette@gmail.com

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  144. Without a doubt, this jacket (or any of Bridge & Burn's beautiful clothes!) would safely take me on an adventure from my apartment to the law school! Haha, it's unfortunately not a terribly exciting adventure right now but a good, long, hard one. I would also most certainly pop on home to Canmore and Calgary in this jacket and go on adventures in the woods, by the river that runs past our home, going elk-sighting and bird-feeding. The olive one seems sturdy enough to do the job, eh? :) pmholy@gmail.com

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  145. That's beautiful. Love the deep pockets and the hood. All killer, no filler!
    olga.v.galchenko@gmail.com

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  146. I would love to take the castle jacket (or the quin waxed cotton) on my daily adventures once I move to the rainy city of Vancouver. I've been looking for the perfect jacket to deal with the infamous west coast rains and it looks like I may have found it - comfortable and practical without sacrificing style! (hjbrolfe@ucalgary.ca)

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  147. That jacket is fantastic! The olive castle jacket looks perfect for the trip I've been dreaming up with my husband for this summer--a visit to Norway to see some of my friends, and maybe a jaunt to Scotland, the home of his ancestors. This would be perfect for the chill of the sea spray as we gallivant around fjords! Love it.
    joy.netanya AT gmail

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  148. Oh let's see. I think this jacket would be the perfect spring jacket to take on holiday to London next year. I dream of going, but I'm still unsure. If not it could be perfect for the autumn! ;D The Castle olive, just like yours is my fave.

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  149. The jacket is great! I could see myself wearing it in the fall, walking around the city, and on the mountain, taking pictures of anything that catches my eye.

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  150. I've been traipsing around farms lately looking for some property, and this jacket would be perfect for that! Love it.

    mysecretagentloverman at gmail dot com

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  151. Ooh, ooh, ooh! It's my birthday! Please choose me. A couple of stores local to me carry their goods, but not the jackets. So lovely!


    kkorteling(at)telus(dot)net

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  152. They have some great dresses too! But I would love the castle jacket for strolling around some quaint New England town on a crisp autumn morning.

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  153. I LOVE Bridge & Burn and was just drooling from my eyes (not literally) over their coats this weekend.
    I don't have to think for more than a second about the adventures I would take this coat on, it would be my weekend coat, and thankfully I live in an absolutely beautiful coastal town where there are miles of tall fields that turn quickly into steep cliffs that drop to the sea below. This time of year I love to wander on deer-paths with my trusty binoculars, thermos, dog, and husband watching out for migrating whale pods, while pelicans and seagulls fly just beyond the cliffs-eye to eye with us. Yes, I live in paradise. alison.pearldiver@gmail.com

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  154. Perfect jacket to wear while walking through the woods/hiking trails outside my home. becauseshelived@gmail.com

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  155. Love this jacket! It feels so urban. I would wear it during adventures with my sweet pup, Chicklet as we explore the neighborhoods of Chicago :)

    caitlin.gath@gmail.com

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  156. I would take my beloved shiny red bike complete with burger bell on the ferry to the Toronto Islands. Armed with some jasmine green tea, dried cranberries and almonds I would hit the haunted lighthouse and then for a walk on the beach where I would successfully (not always the case) skip some stones on the beach.

    nicole_ascroft at yahoo dot ca

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  157. What a beautiful jacket! I would take the jacket on an adventure of a lifetime. Exploring Northern Spain (where, shockingly it gets pretty frigid - who knew?) with me as I teach English but most importantly, hope to find myself. As cliche as that may sound, I'm hoping this experience really does do that for me.

    contact info: judyleemartinez@gmail.com

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  158. What a beautiful giveaway! I hadn't heard of Bridge and Burn before and now I'm excited to spend an hour or two browsing. And I adore this jacket! I'm in the States for Christmas and New Year holiday, and then it's off to a 9-10 month European adventure for me! I'd take the jacket to Scandinavia with me, where I'll be living for most of 2013, and on trains through Germany, Italy, and Switzerland. Many happy adventuring plans for the new year :) - Lauren

    Ladaisi Blog
    Ladaisi Etsy

    ladaisiblog@hotmail.com

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  159. Love, love the olive color and utility of this jacket. It's perfect for a crisp morning stroll through the farmer's market. With all those pockets I can leave the ole bag and chain at home. I'd keep the practicality theme going with flat equestrian boots. jqnudo@yahoo.com

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  160. Wow, their jackets are the perfect mix of function and beauty. I'd wear one while taking a walk in the woods... once it warms up again here in Wisconsin. But honestly, I don't think I'd take it off all weekend!

    walter.katy@gmail.com

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  161. I've been coveting a Bridge & Burn coat for ages now. So perfect for Bellingham weather!

    sarakmcdonald@gmail.com

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  162. Love these photos! I'd wear this jacket on my own rocky coastline adventures with my dog - when I spend a few weeks in Maine this Christmas holiday with my extended family. - sarahmaltais@gmail.com

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  163. My kind of jacket! I would take it for a beach walk here in Southern CA during the cold months and perhaps on our trip to Canada next year :)
    -Maryfe

    fequs-shop{at}yahoo{dot}com

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  164. Oh gosh, this jacket seems like the perfect step-up for a girl who is about to embark on another journey through graduate school. I'm applying to schools in mostly frigid climes (think Michigan's Upper Peninsula!), so a jacket like this would be lovely for those chilly falls and cool springs!

    --Annie
    abilancini@gmail.com

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  165. I'd wear it walking along the pebbly beaches of Vancouver, BC
    gohcolette AT gmail DOT com

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  166. Wow they have some cute stuff!! I would LOVE to have this jacket for long weekend adventures to the mountains down here in NC. I often find myself skipping my big heavy wool coat, but need something that is cute and functional for such a task. This seems like it would fit the bill perfectly! daynya (at) gmail (dot) com

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  167. I would rock this coat on my next trek up to Vermont to the mountain I worked on all summer..... I would feel oh so Vermont-eqsue <3 <3

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  168. i love urban adventures, and even though i've lived in my city for my whole life, moving to a new neighborhood feels like moving to a new town. i'd explore new shops and restaurants, as well as the nooks and crannies of neighborhood parks and along the chicago river, scoping out places to take our baby when she's ready to explore with us!
    heybadkitty@gmail.com

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  169. Oh what beautiful jackets. I'd take my jacket on a meandering adventure day. The kind where you don't know where you're going until you get there.
    rebecca.anna.yates@gmail.com

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  170. I would love the castle jacket because my friends and I go on adventures in DC almost every weekend. I don't own a coat because I got rid of my feather filled coat when I became a vegan last year. Since it is getting a bit chilly, a hoodie is not enough for our long walks around the city. It is also hard to find a jacket that looks nice, is vegan, and can actually keep you warm!
    Contact Info: agonzales316@hotmail.com

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  171. Oh my, Bridge& Burn just jumped to my favorites for shopping , so many lovelies! The large pockets would be perfect for storing my mushroom hunting knife and identification book. The hood saves you from brambles. My dingo and I would be off to some fancy-free foraging adventures! chapteroona@gmail.com

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  172. Maybe I'll brave the rain and go for a stroll (or a swim). I think it would be nice. I used to leave the windows open on rainy nights but, living near a busy street, I haven't really gotten to appreciate the sound of the rain lately. Or perhaps after the storm that's supposed to be coming passes, I'll squeeze in one last autumn hike. I've been dying to go hike up at twilight and see the city lights and then stargaze for a bit, but my friends have been terrified of the mountain lion sightings and then real life - school life things got in the way. I've been searching for just this type of jacket! And what a lovely name! But I shan't linger. It's just out of my budget.

    Cheers.
    slightlysmiling@live.com

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  173. The perfect jacket for city and wilderness pursuits! And just the right color, to blend into your environment.
    Jhalbrown@gmail.com

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  174. Being from Portland I LOVEEEE Bridge and Burn! I'd tromp around the city (most likely in the rain) and be glad to sport that jacket in its hometown :)

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  175. Beautiful jacket! I would go visit my family in New England in the fall and explore the coast with a fresh bag of clam cakes in hand!

    kristiejanesmith@gmail.com

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  176. I definitely see myself living in this jacket; taking it to the top of a mountain in the Canadian rockies and in the canola fields across the prairies, or maybe an urban canoe ride down the North Saskatchewan River in Edmonton. All the while looking stylish and casual.
    kpackman@gmail.com

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  177. I've been on a search for a nice olive jacket (anorak?). I think it would be perfect for LA "winter" - not too warm nor too cold. It would also be nice to take it with me when I go to Chicago for the first time!

    Merry holidays,
    Erika
    Erikadumandan@gmail.com

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  178. LOVE this jacket...and pretty much all the ones they have for sale!! They're wonderful. I think me and this jacket would have all kinds of adventures together. Be it bike riding or visiting the city with my husband or just going on a morning walk.

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  179. Oh my goodness I love this jacket so much. It is so simple and classic. I would wear it all over the place. But especially to the top of a mountain I hike every year in Slovenia. I imagine it'd photograph quite well up there! Thanks for introducing me to Bridge & Burn. I'm now obsessed.

    salem.camilla@gmail.com
    camillaleila.com

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  180. That is a really AWESOME jacket! First, I live in Portland so my need for the jacket is clear. ;-) Second, I'm planning a trip to Taiwan to visit tea plantations in May (the rainy season)...and am looking for the perfect jacket there. Love the length!

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  181. I love the clothes at Bridge & Burn. I've never heard of them before. I really like the Columbiaknit Heather Stripe Cardigan.

    Love that jacket too! It would be perfect for Illinois winters and walking along the canal.

    snethen@yahoo.com
    Jill

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  182. oh, the places I'd go with this jacket - the people I'd meet. I'd wander the streets of San Francisco before jetting off to Washington and then to Portland to enjoy all the amazing brews and food I could handle. Then off to Asheville, North Carolina through the Blue Ridge Mountains into my canoe with my dog and my books to continue the amazing adventure of me and my amazing Bridge & Burn Castle Jacket. This jacket is meant for adventurers.

    ruiz.mercy@gmail.com
    mercy ruiz

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  183. that castle coat is gorgeously sleek and would be a perfect, practical accessory for a thrift store crawl around brooklyn!

    gjn216@nyu.edu

    ella :)

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  184. Wow! That coat is truly beautiful! I would wear it for a Sunday morning jaunt to the flea market with the hunk or for a coffee walk along the beach with my mum and sister.

    xo, Kirstin
    smilingwine@gmail.com

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  185. Beautiful coat! I've been itching to go to Iceland next time I go back to Europe, and this would be perfect for their wild and windy coastline. Fingers crossed!

    alicarrollprice@gmail.com

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  186. Wow, that's lovely! I've lived in Portland, OR now for 5 years and still don't have a raincoat, so this would be a beaut to have on excursions to the coast or the gorge. Wishing and hoping... jessicalarriva@gmail.com

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  187. I live in Austin so I don't need jackets too often, which means I haven't splurged on a great one yet. This coat would be perfect for the occasional cold day we have!

    nicolegrubby@gmail.com

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  188. Wow I love this coat! I live in L.A and would take this to Big Bear Lake in a heart beat!!!
    lary_subero(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  189. My next adventure is stepping into the role of "mother to two". I picture long walks to school, taking the dog to the river and enjoying the great outdoors as a family of 4 :) brianne_sheppard@hotmail.com Kamloops, BC Canada

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  190. Honestly, the olive castle jacket would probably see many busy rainy day adventures (like today!)- walking back and forth between my classes at Rowan U. It's so rare to find a coat with a proper hood on it!

    It would also deserve plenty of day trips holding hands and wandering about the shops and restaurants of Northern Liberties. :]

    sweiga21@students.rowan.edu
    Brittany Sweigart

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  191. I would love to wear this jacket when I visit family on the Oregon coast for the New Year--layered over a sweater and one of my husband's wool Pendleton shirts, of course :) Great giveaway, thanks for the chance to win! xxxx

    Maggie majorsmw@gmail.com

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  192. This is a great coat! I'd wear it when we go hiking in the mountains (and we do it pretty often :-)). Thanks for the giveaway!
    Katie
    mulberrymelody@gmail.com

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