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The cold snap is finally here! With threats of snow already starting in early November it really feels like Autumn is fastly slipping away and Winter is coming up behind it fast. With that in mind I sorted out my coats to decide which new styles I needed for this cold weather. People would probably answer that question with none, however they are not me and my little coat/jacket obsessed self, so of course I answered with ‘every fashionable style that’s around’. Here are my picks for some fabulous coats no matter what style you may be after!
You have to love a good duffle coat, it’s the perfect coat for a smart/casual vibe and has a hood-often with fur- to stop getting wet hair situations in the unpredictable weather.
Bon Prix Duffle Coat £59.99
I love faux fur, I’m still not convinced about wrapping myself in it in a coat form, but the snuggle and touch-ability factors are bonuses to this type of coat. Plus these ones caught my eye so much I couldn’t not include them.
Bon Prix Faux Fur Coat £79.99
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I’ve always loved a trench coat style but find the more mac style trenches to look a bit Inspector Gadget- and that isn’t Chic- so a more thicker material avoids that and keeps you warmer too!
If you don’t own a camel long coat, then go ask yourself why not and go buy one. It’s the coat of the season hands down.
Elvi Boyfriend Coat £109
Gone are the days of this being the coat no one wanted to wear at school, and here is another versatile casual coat, also the more fur trim the better this season. If you manage to get a hood with faux fur so deep you can’t see your face then you have won at Parka Style.
I still can’t let bombers go. Most of them aren’t very warm for full on outdoor pursuits, but for a nip to the shops then they are perfect as they won’t let you overheat like some coats can when you go into a shop for ages on end, so they still deserved a mention in my books. I’ve also found quite a few padded ones to hopefully still keep you cosy.
I hope this has given you some inspiration if you’re in the market for a new coat, or just enabled you if you aren’t!