This Is Your 'It' Girl-Approved Guide On The Stylish Coats To Wear This Winter
Wherever winter is taking you this season, gain extra points in style with THESE coats on. Take it from the It girls and their foolproof way on styling this closet staple.
As we ease up with the chill 2020 weather this January, we’re tuning into our Instagram feeds on how to layer up this season. Whether you’re just off to your usual 9-to-5 or you’re still packing for an early trip to Europe with your best friends, take it from the It girls on how they layer up trench coats, jackets, or cozy coats in style.
Not all trench coats are made for formal affairs, step up your casual game with the same dotted ones like Georgina’s. Iffy about dots? Try other bold patterns such as graphic florals, Art Deco, and coats in bolder colours. Best paired with neutral bases and muter tones, go minimal with your base and explode personality with your patterned coats!
Take it back to the basics with Martine’s coat of choice: the classic nude trench coat. This timeless piece defeats all other silhouettes because of its second-skin effect. If you’re opting for versatility and function, invest in one staple nude color that you can dress up with on nights you want to layer up for a date and dress down with on chillier days when you only have denim jeans and a white tee to play with.
Exchange patterns and classic silhouettes with a bold texture of your own choice. Look through this sleek and responsive Ganni piece that features a faux patent leather effect like Bea’s. Steal the show on every night out ever or layer this up with a long leather coat for the matrix gone fashion effect.
Stealth On Ice
You can never go wrong with black and that’s just a fact. On winter days or winter travels to the mountains like Jess’ recent ski trip, opt for a black shearling coat that has layers of heat tech. Double this baby up as a semi-gear for skiing or just taking photos in the snow. A true fashionista would know that involving two textures in any ensemble can add more depth to the look. On Jess’ case, her leather trousers and shearling coat gives the right three-dimensional fit she needs to stand out from the snow.