Lets continue. If you haven’t seen the first part of this post, go take a look at it first or scroll through this one first and go back to the first one after this. (This one has the more fun coats anyway). But be sure to read the other post which will help explain why I chose the coats I chose. Now lets chat about sensible winter coats.
(Faux) Fur Collars
Of course, most of the coats on this list are perfect for workwear already and a separate category was hardly required. However, I think a slightly longer one (knee or a little below) is more formal and great for office. Some good basic options are these below.
Topshop – 82% wool.
A wool coat for under £50 is a find – if you like this, pick it up right away.
Pastels and lights
I will now move on to pastels and the light colours. I was quite surprised to find so many. Really, there is no excuse to continue wearing a black coat. Of course, ASOS came to the rescue. Pastel blue, soft pink and mink.
Winter colours – oxblood and army green
So other than camel, oxblood and army green have been the most popular colours this winter – and my current favourites. The first two coats are from ASOS and last one is Dorothy Perkins Dark Green Boyfriend Coat.
Patterns and prints
Most faux fur coats and jackets are made of synthetic materials so when you find one made of wool, its great.
I will end here. I hope this was helpful. Even if this doesn’t help you choose your coat, it should at least give you with an idea of the options you have to choose from.
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