Street Fashion – Winter Coats


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Street Fashion – Winter Coats

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Reinventing a style made famous by Little Red Riding Hood, the cape has emerged as a lead style of winter coat across the past few years and is one that’s bound to get you noticed. Whilst the coat tends to be accompanied by a long sleeved top to keep you warm in the midst of winter, this cape goes one step further in channeling the fairytale’s protagonist through its bright red colour.

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Thanks to Burberry the Trench Coat has become a seasonal classic and, crafted in suede, the above trench is ideal for those looking to incorporate this years Seventies trend into their wardrobe. Giving a feminine shape through the tied waist, the coats icy blue shade makes it perfect for the upcoming winter season.

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Also on the rise this year are fur lined aviator jackets. A great style of jacket for days where there’s only a slight chill in the air, the jackets can be worn casually with a pair of jeans or be used to tone things down when worn with a dress – as demonstrated by this mint green number.

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A spin on the conventional trench coat, these two take on another style featured by Burberry this year; fringing. With the Fashion House’s Autumn/Winter line turning to Bohemia as a source of inspiration, whether its crafted in leather or a soft suede, if your winter coat has fringing then it’s very much in.

Street Fashion – Winter Coats

Natalie Horsley

Written by Natalie Horsley

Natalie is an English graduate whose interest in fashion began at an early age. A writer and blogger, she is passionate about vintage and French fashion and cites Audrey Hepburn as her ultimate style icon.


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