3 Essential Winter Coats
Coats and jackets are staple pieces in every Winter wardrobe and will forever be some of my favourite fashion pieces. I love adding different styles, shapes, colours and fabrics into my wardrobe each Winter but this post is all about the top three I wear over and over again for modern wear, versatility and standout styles.
THE SHEEPSKIN JACKET
There's nothing like completing and throwing in some extra chic into your Winter modern wardrobe than with a statement, head turning jacket and for this, Sheepskin of Shearling is a standout favourite. Perfect for those off-duty days when you want to add a bit of luxe to a casual jeans, t-shirt and trainer outfit, doubling up as an alternative option to the wool coat when you want something a little more relaxed and less smart looking to pair with your favourite tailored trouser and shirt. This classic style from Jigsaw is reversible, pure sheepskin for complete luxury and finished off with a contrasting panel detail, a round neck and a cropped look that sits on the hips. An investment piece that will stay in your wardrobe forever.
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THE NAVY WOOL LONGLINE
Timeless is the best way to describe the navy wool coat - a staple in every woman's winter wardrobe due to there immense versatility. Whether it's thrown on over jeans, a jumper and trainers or over a smart suit, there isn't an outfit the navy coat doesn't compliment. Statement silhouettes like this Jigsaw Modern Wool Coat helps to add a modern touch to any look with it's slightly smarter more tailored slim fitting finish. With a stylish drape and the detachable faux fur collar, this 100% wool adds a contemporary style to my wardrobe and a feminine touch to any androgynous looks I go for.
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THE PUFFA JACKET
Every wardrobe needs the 'winter warmer' for when the snow days, ice-cold winds and minus temperatures arrive. This luxe velvet puffa from Whistles was a Christmas present and a new staple in my wardrobe. Coming with a regular length, a funnel neck for extra warmth, a casual loose fit, an ultra warm hood and a duvet style finish, it ticks all the boxes. I've been throwing this on with boyfriend or straight leg jeans, trainers and cashmere jumpers but equally, the puffa jacket looks great layered over smart tailoring for added contrast and a more contemporary edge.