The Top 5 Coats You Need This Winter


Miranda Kerr

As much as you will never have to brave freezing temperatures across the majority of the Middle East, a coat is something everyone buys every winter.  All the bloggers and street style icons were donning coats at Fashion Forward this year, so you don't want to miss out. Here, we’ve picked the top 5 coat styles you need to rock now!

Padded
A padded coat is your go to for the freezing weather and thankfully, puffy coats and jackets are on major trend this season. From high end brands, straight to your high street - you'll be seeing this trend everywhere! Pair up with suede boots and comfy leggings for effortless travel glam.

 


 

Faux & Fabulous
Nothing screams opulence more than a (faux) fur coat, and this season it comes in prints and bright colours. As seen at DVF, Ellery and Roksanda, be nothing short of fabulous and team yours up with your favourite denim and oversized sparkling earrings.


 

Maximum Chic
The maxi duster coat is the perfect cover up for winters in warmer climates, or if you're used to rain, a good classic trench can carry you through for years. The trench takes an oversized stance this season at Dries Van Noten, Chloe and Vetements and is perfect for layering up under for added Brit chic; however, high street brands like River Island and HM have jumped on the bandwagon and nailed it.


Masculine
The masculine coat is a winter favourite - sharp tailoring and oversized proportions can work with both casual and dressy looks. With the trend being around for some time now, we can all channel Victoria Beckham and Off White for Fall 2017 in plain muted tones, tweeds, herringbones and checks from our favourite high street brands.


Patent
From the runways of YSL, Louis Vuitton and Valentino, PVC and patent leathers are the hi-shine trend that’s going nowhere this winter. Join the fash-pack with a black wet look jacket, practical enough to protect your outfit for those rainy days, but also perfect to throw on over denims and sneakers. With this one, mixing textures is key.

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