About Coldwater Creek:
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In 1984, in a small town in northern Idaho, tucked away in the Rocky Mountains on the shores of Lake Pend Oreille, a company was born. A company, that today employs 1900 people, has a 20-acre campus, that last year mailed out 180 million catalogs, and operates 12 full-line retail stores with revenues of nearly a half a billion dollars! This specialty women's apparel company is known by women around the nation as Coldwater Creek!
Coldwater Creek offers professional women unusual, high-quality products with an emphasis on natural forms and unaffected ease. Products that can be worn and enjoyed is the mark of a Coldwater Creek outfit. Coldwater Creek has over 3000 items to choose from including dresses, skirts, sweaters, lingerie, shirts, tops, pants shorts, jackets, blazers, sleepwear, pajamas, loungewear, and swimwear.
Ladies, take a look at the gorgeous Patterned Sweater. Cozy up in this handsome red turtleneck patterned with a traditional alpine design; it frankly has `made for sitting by the fire` imbued in its very yarn. Knit of acrylic and wool in Italy, where the snow-capped Alps are no less extraordinary than the sweaters made there.
Or how about the Marled Sweater to set the romantic stage during this winter wonderland! In snowy pile with drifts of faux fur `round the hood and the cuffs, this latter-day beauty makes you, too, one with the winterscape, and toasty besides! With frosty traces of nordic patterning and a pair of chunky buttons, it`s fashioned from acrylic, polyester and modacrylic pile; white polyester satin lining.
How mad are you about plaid? Then take a look at Coldwater Creek's Long Plaid Skirt! Akin to the kilt though, off-kilter by a Scot`s standards, this tradition is tailored from a plaid not recorded in any clan`s chronicles! Don't worry there is no dagger tucked in the cuff of your knee-high sock, nor do you need to have a knack for bagpipes in this beauty! With all due admiration for its inspiration, this "kilt" is more ladylike with a longer and leaner shape that curves where you do. Terrific with dressy leather boots!