The oversized texture coat is having a major moment right now.
A few years ago Kim Kardashian made one Max Mara coat her staple and the trend is still going strong. If you’re layering in a bold teddy bear coat, style it with simple separates, like a black sweater, skinny jeans, and ankle boots.
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Joseph’s wool-blend ‘Jimo’ coat is spun with wispy alpaca yarns and brushed for a beautifully soft and fluffy texture. This masculine style has three pockets and abstract square buttons. The oversized cut makes it easy to layer over chunky knitwear.
Victoria Beckham has a thing for orange – she uses it frequently in her collections and often wears the color herself. Part of the British designer’s ‘Victoria’ line, this oversized coat is made from plush textured-velvet in a burnt shade the brand calls ‘Maple’. It’s paneled with contrasting black grosgrain at the cuffs and hem.
The vinyl coat is Wanda Nylon’s most cult design, loved by the likes of Caroline de Maigret, Rita Ora and Rihanna. For Fall ’17, Creative Director Johanna Senyk gives her latest style contrasting houndstooth wool-blend tweed sleeves for a cool mixed-media look. We think the burgundy hue works well with blue denim.
Giambattista Valli’s coat is made in a pretty shade of lilac – a key hue from the Pre-Fall ’17 collection and flattering choice for every complexion. This piece is woven from mohair-blend and has a cozy bouclé texture that feels incredibly soft. We like how the oversized draped lapels subtly frame your face.
Golden Goose Deluxe Brand always has traditional Italian craftsmanship at the heart of its collection. Cut in a sharp double-breasted silhouette, this oversized textured-wool ‘Nina’ coat has peaked lapels, white horn-effect buttons and adjustable zipped cuffs. Open it up to reveal the vibrant printed silk lining depicting famous locations in Italy.
Leopard-print coats have been a staple in every fashion girl’s closet since Kate Moss championed them in the late ’90s. Lined in burgundy satin, Sara Battaglia’s jacquard version is cut in a cape-inspired shape that’ll easily layer over your chunkiest knits.
Theory’s coat has plush volume that’s tempered by feminine tailoring – a key theme for Fall ’17. Made from curly shearling and lined in supple suede, it’s cut in an A-line silhouette and detailed with notched lapels. Emulate the brand’s styling and wear yours with tonal pieces.