Your ultimate guide to winter coats

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Whilst it’s fair to say we’re definitely more beach than slopes kind of gals, the recent cold snap has brought us great style joy in the form of winter coats.  We’ve seen an amazing array of gorgeous pieces on our daily edits.  Just because it’s cold outside, it’s no excuse to let your style game slip, so join us for our pick of the best coats of the season.

 

CAMEL

Friends with Frank camel coat

If we had to make our pick for the ultimate winter coat, it’d have to be camel. Is there anything more classic and versatile than a camel coat?  Throw over jeans and a white tee for instant style elevation, pair with black pants and a black knit with loafers or boots for the chicest winter combo.

 

Rosei HW camel coat 

PUFFER

Whether you’re running around the city or heading to the mountains for a winter break, puffer jackets are a huge trend for 2021 and we’re loving the edge (and warmth) these coats add to any winter look. We love a short, boxier silhouette, paired with sleek basics like classic denim, leggings or leather pants.

veronika heilbrunner style

 

 

STATEMENT

 

Camilla and Marc coat

The best thing about winter dressing? Layering! Statement coats inject some fun into dreary winter days and allow you to keep layers practical and simple while upping the style stakes with your outerwear.

     
                    

 

LEATHER

 

Shearling coats never went out of fashion.  As cosy as they are practical, their timeless style might have something to do with their versatility.  Pair them with chunky knits and combat boots, or channel a boho vibe and wear over a floral maxi for feminine look that will keep you snug.

            

   camille charriere style    sherling coat style

  

SHACKET

 

shacked style inspo

The hybrid shirt-jacket – or ‘shacket’ in the fashion world – is a great winter wardrobe addition. Style with denim and sneakers for an off duty look or layered with a knit and tailored black or neutral pants for a work-ready pairing.

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