You just have to look at cosy cashmere coats, duffle coats, casual egg-shaped designs and trendy wrap coats and you will be as warm as toast. Because you will be wearing coats often in winter, neutral, adaptable colours like grey, blue, camel or black should be your first choice. Whoever likes a bit more colour can opt for pastel, sorbet colours for more variation.
What to wear with coats
The diverse range of shapes and colours will make sure you get what you are looking for this winter. Outfit possibilities are equally diverse. But one thing they all have in common: the coat works well as a character piece paired with trousers or skirts. Wide belts at waist height ensure an exciting, feminine silhouette, while blazer lapels complement polo neck collars and give the look a more serious feel. Flats or high heels? The choice of shoes will depend on the occasion.
Exclusive fashion tip
Many coats are masters of concealment: oversized coats are perfect for this, because they also cut a fine figure over a blazer or a thick knitted jumper. Trendy egg-shaped coats that are wide on top and slimmer at the legs are also adept at making the odd waist bulge disappear into the background. Perfect for delicate, petite women: slim-fitting blazer coats that elongate the silhouette.