A Compilation of Coats for Cold Days

I have picked one coat from each category of coats for autumn and winter that I think are fresh and all have something interesting about them. Some are trends and some will never go out of style, but all will complete, make, or add to your outfit.

Parka

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Aritzia TNA

Here is an adorable coat from TNA. A parka should be very warm and preferably should have a fur trim on the large hood and soft plush fur on the inside. I’ve yet to find a parka with fur inside the arms which, I get, is a design sacrifice because it would make the arms of the coat huge and make the wearer’s arms look shorter and their body squatter, but you’d think someone would’ve figured out how to counteract this factor already.

Ski Jacket

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Burton Cerena Parka Jacket

I love the bright poppies on this jacket. They cheerful to counteract the freezing weather this coat could brave. The best ski coats, I find, are produced by Burton, O’Neill, and Roxy if you want one with bright colours, interesting patterns, or intricate details. If you don’t care for patterns go for North Face or Helly Hansen. They produce great quality coats that are waterproof and warm minus the peppiness of some of Roxy, Burton, or O’Neill’s coats.

Puffer Jacket

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Zara Quilted Jacket With Hood

The rise of puffer jackets has been noticeable this year. Forever 21 stocks in metallic astronaut like coats, which, although seldom wearable, are still cute. I saw this jacket in Zara and tried it on. The neck is lined with super soft fur, and the zippers of the white and pink version shine rose gold. It was adorable, but was not very warm or heavy. I am glad that people are making their stereotypically “practical, not fashionable” puffer coats a statement, but it has become a popular enough trend that stores have started skimping on the warmth and marketing puffer coats as accessory jackets. True puffer coats are warm enough to fall into the ski jacket category.

Trench Coat

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Burberry

Above is a classic-the Burberry Trench coat. The cinched waist will draw attention to the smallest part of your waist to create an hourglass shape if you do not have one, or show off the shape you do have if you already have an hourglass figure. A camel or beige trench coat is a classic piece to fit in everyone’s wardrobe, as it goes with everything. If you want something more unique, the trench coat is always being re-done in different materials and patterns. There is a trench coat for everyone whether you are very feminine, or bold enough to wear a red patent leather one.

Biker

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River Island – Black Faux Fur Collar Biker Jacket

This jacket is perfect for fall! A leather jacket is a classic for all time, but the black fur is a nice touch and will keep you warm on cool autumn days. Texture and shine will add visual interest to any outfit.

Faux Fur

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Topshop – Petite Faux Fur Coat

This coat is nothing short of feminine and flirty. It lends a cute vibe with its peter pan collar and candy pink fur. I can picture it with a floral dress and beige suede thigh high boots. Be prepared to receive a lot of hugs from people when you wear it – it is so soft!

Rain Coat

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Joules – Right as Rain Packable Print Hooded Raincoat

When it is gloomy and rainy out, I would love to cheer myself up by donning this canary yellow rain coat. The inked in blue flowers are an artistic twist on the classic yellow rain coat. Put on some Hunter rain boots and you will have an outfit worthy of singing in the rain.

 

What are your favourite coats to keep warm with in fall/winter?

 

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