Coats to Make a Statement
There is officially no way of avoiding wearing a coat anymore, it’s just gotten too cold. But considering what a large part of one’s look your outerwear plays (a lot of the time it’s really the only thing anybody sees), most of us tend to fall back to a classic black coat- or maybe grey if we’re feeling daring. Whilst we can definitely appreciate classic pieces such as these, we love the idea of a statement coat. How better to stand out from the crowd of blacks, navys and greys this winter than in a bright colour, a print or embellishment on your coat of choice. There are so many options out there, from high end to high street- take inspiration from these stylish ladies and browse all the options on the Stylishly app before finding that perfect piece that fits your personality and wardrobe.
Leopard print is a huge trend for AW16, especially in the form of coats and you definitely won’t go wrong in this statement piece. Extremely complimentary when worn with neutral colours, this is a trend we see sticking around for a while yet…
Whilst a coloured coat is a great improvement on a regular black coat, if you really want to make a statement why not go for a colour blocked one? We love the bright pink of this piece, combined with black, white, red and blue for an unusual and eye catching style!
Embellished coats are a great option if you would rather stick to a more neutral colour palette but still stand out from the crowd. We can’t get enough of these incredible, intricate sleeves that add a touch of sophistication to any look.
Faux fur is on every bloggers list of favourites at the moment and for good reason.. Luxe looking, the texture from a faux fur coat in any colour adds a new dimension to your look and will be sure to make a statement. And one in emerald green? Double style points!
We love a quirky print, especially combined with a bright colour like with this cobalt blue coat. We especially love how this chic blogger pairs a statement coat with other colours- proving that a WOW coat can go with more than just neutrals.