Winter Season: Coat Trends That I Love

I love wearing coats and besides shoes, I invest money in a good coat. Let’s face it, not only a fabulous coat can keep you warm but it can make you look super fashionable. It’s Winter Season in Vancouver: Here Are a few Coat Trends That I Love at the moment.

Classic White Wool Coats

Nothing more powerful than a crisp all-of-white look as the chilly weather approaches. As you might know by now, I am a sucker for neutrals and winter white looks. Although I had a couple of white coats in my closet from previous seasons here, I came across this oversized coat from HM, and I had to have it. The coat is oversized Wool-blend, light and looks expensive. The cut is perfect to wear with chunky sweaters or with a tailored suit. Sadly is currently sold out, but I would suggest adding your email to the list to get notifications once your size is available.

Teddy Bear & Faux Coat

Teddy Bear coats had a huge moment last year, and this year is still going strong. A teddy bear coat is the coziest on-trend piece you could wear from Fall to Winer season. When I returned from Europe, I had a layover in Frankfurt and ended up shopping at the MaxMara boutique. I bought my dream teddy coat that I wanted to have for so long. However, I still haven’t had a chance to wear it yet; I can’t wait to wear it for the upcoming colder days. I also received a faux fur coat from Revolve (sold out also) which I love. Also, I am in love with my new coat from Nidodela which I posted on my Instagram feed.

Quilted Coat

The comeback of the quilted coat sees everywhere, from social media feeds to the street style stars. I am still looking and haven’t found the one I love yet, but Zara just added a few styles that I am thinking of buying. I wanted to get a Toteme, but since I already invested a lot of money for my MaxMara coat, I will be searching for an affordable version. Wish you a great week!

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Aurela Nasedkin

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