Sunday, October 21, 2018

The Coats You Need This Fall and Winter

I happened to do a post a couple days ago on my 5 favorite styles of boots this fall (you can read it by clicking here), and you guys really seemed to like it so I decided to do a similar post but for coats and jackets. The temperature is dropping and we are starting to see cooler weather where I live, so I feel like this post is perfect timing! Now is a better time than any to buy a fall and winter coat so you are prepared for cooler weather, and you'll get your pick of the newest outerwear on the market.

H&M has some amazing choices this season, I think my favorite has to be the multicolored, fur striped coat that is linked first. It just looks so cozy and I think it's going to sell out quick! Teddy style coats are really in this year just like last year so there is a lot of cute ones to choose from.

J.Crew is a little bit more expensive than the others stores I have linked, but the quality and aesthetic is stunning. I have seen the fuzzy fur fleece vest (linked first) all over Instagram lately and it literally looks good with every outfit it's paired with!

Topshop has a great selection of everyday coats, and a lot of longer ones that are perfect for chillier winter days.

I split ASOS up into two sections because they are having a sale right now on a portion of their outerwear. I decided to do the full price/new coats first and the next series of choices are the clearance ones. I really love the neutrals if you can tell, and I think they are the easiest to work with for building outfits. Of course I couldn't get through a fashion post with out adding a pop of leopard print and the two coats shown in the print both look cozy and fashionable.

The ASOS outerwear sale is for up to 60% off and it includes a lot of stunning styles. I really like the pink coat and the burnt rust teddy coat shown.

Let me know in the comments below which coat is your favorite.

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