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10 cute winter coats for women

The nights are longer and the days are getting colder. Keep warm in these stylish and affordable coats!

    • Bookstore Betty coat–  if you love vintage style, this coat is perfect for you! With a teal and black tweed patters, and glam-looking gold buttons waht’s not to love?! If you’re considering this coat just by looking at the image above, don’t forget to check out the cape-cut back for a very unique style.
    • Patch pocket coat lipstick–  Be a lady in red in this warm and bright peacoat. A bright coat is a nice addition to your wardrobe, especially when you’re wearing an all-black outfit.

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    • Romaine coat in heather grey– belted with a chic funnel collar. Sexy and sophisticated style blend well to make this a nice and neutral coat.

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    • Candy cane cutie coat– a white coat just looks winter-ready! Especially this one which color is called “Frost”. Wear it with black skinny jeans, your favorite boots and sultry red lips.
    • On a foggy night coat– this navy trench has an adjustable sash belt, with a cute flaired skirt-look. A nice neutral coat that’s a lighter option than a black trench.
    • Frill the one coat– adorably feminine with the frills and tie sash, the perfect LBC (little black coat)! A nice coat to keep warm in whether you want to keep it causal in jeans and a t-shirt or dress it up with a dress and heels.

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    • Tiered yellow wool coat– color anyone?! This bright and cheery coat will surely beat those winter blues. The tiered peplum adds a subtle feminine touch and the color is perfect for color blocking.

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    • Ta-toggle coat– neutral color, fun look. The toggle and cowl neck style give this neutral khaki coat a very fashionable twist. Stay cozy in this pretty coat which also has a hood to keep your ears warm as well.
    • I.N San Francisco ruffle hem coat– another red coat?! When the style looks that cute, i just couldn’t resist. Plus the color matches Christmas perfectly! The ruffle skirt design will make this an adorable outfit when paired with skinny jeans and heels/boots.

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    • Ruched trech coat– a baby pink trench with ruched style on the sides is a nice option if you have been looking for a pink coat. Looks like a very fitted coat with princess seams to flatter your shape.

Which is your favorite coat?! Do you like bright colors or stick to neutrals?


How to choose a coat to flatter your shape

Coats come in various styles, lengths and fabrics, just like women come in different shapes, size and personality. Not all coats look good on every shape, which is why it’s good to know various styles to find one which best accentuates you. Common body shapes are: tall, petite, full-figured, pear-shaped, and slim/athletic. Below I have listed a few coats and specified which body frame is best accentuated.

    • Trench coat- this style is a classic and many double as raincoats. Trench coats are a great fit for petite shapes, but belted styles are flattering on all shapes because they accentuate or help create an hourglass figure. They come in various lengths, but if you’re petite look for above the knee to avoid looking smaller.


    • Peacoat- this is a very popular and comfortable style. A double-breasted one with military-style buttons looks great on full-figured and pear-shaped ladies. It gives structure to the shoulders and balances a thick waist and big hips. Belted peacoats are also great at creating balance and accentuating your narrowest point, the waist.


    • Faux fur coat- a nice faux fur trimmed coat can look stylish and won’t make you look over-the-top like Cruella Deville. Perfect for the winter season and looks great on pear-shaped ladies. The faux-fur trim over the shoulders helps balance wide hips, and a neutral shade creates a slimmer appearance.


    • Short tweed coat-a short tweed style is a nice choice for a slim/ athletic build because the fabric adds a feminine touch. A fitted style will hug your slim figure and perfectly define your waist. For a more hourglass shape look for belted tweed coats to create curves.


    • Parka- parkas are great sporty option for the winter season and they come in various styles which work with all body shapes. Avoid very loose fitting ones which will leave you looking shapeless, instead opt for a faux-fur trimmed or belted style. Long styles look best on taller women.


    • Long trench coat- longer coats are most flattering on tall ladies. If you are petite or too curvy, this style might make you look shorter or thicker. If you have a tall and slim build look for belted feminine styles to accentuate your waist. Colorful or stamped fabrics will also look great on your figure, just try to avoid vertical lines.

Always check linings and fabric before purchasing to ensure proper fit and a long lasting coat. Occasionally, you’ll find a great coat for a bargain, but most of the time they are a bit pricey. If you can afford it, splurge because a great coat won’t date. Take good care of your coat by following proper cleaning instructions, and choose a coat that suits you! Forget what’s trending at the moment and flaunt your personal style 🙂