Fifty Shades of Camel. In today's article I am going to share with you best camel coats what you can buy this Fall season. Why should you invest in a camel coat? Well, it's a modern day closet basic cover-up. It's like owning a plain white or black T-shirt or slim fit jeans. These are the kind of items you know are in your closet, the must-haves.
Comptoir des Cotonniers offers a light version what can be styled with Tomboy basics. Love the emerald green cuffed tailored trousers worn with white kicks.
This Winter season camel coat is updated with extra details, styles, lengths, shapes and color shades. Personally, I like the ones what come in a cool, oversized, wraparound and midi-length styles. You can wear it with mini A-line skirts, cool trainers or kicks, zip-up cardis or faded blue jeans. In other words it's a neutral shade topper, what is timeless and flatters on almost every skin tone. Another great plus of such coat is the fresh feeling what still remains classic and somewhat business appropriate. Its a gorgeous cover-up what can be matched with everything you want, starting from casual cashmere sweaters and leggings to formal apparel and cocktail dresses. All in all, it's a perfect every day topper. I have gathered a bright collection for chilly winter months, so you better take a closer look through this gallery. Tell me, what are your favorites in the comments.
J. Lindeberg is here with a tailored piece what is cinched at the waist with a glossy black leather belt. An ideal choice for working weeks.
How about some retro touches in your wardrobe? Go for this Joie version and style it with knee-high suede boots.
A long mannish looking coat from M. Patmos comes with a black fur collar. Complete the look by adding mustard colored slim sweatpants tucked in black ankle-length mannish boots.
The hooded version from No. 6 is a perfect choice for those ladies who want to wear something exaggerated and big.
Keep it big and mannish. Try on Off White design worn with white separates.
Another great piece from Off White brand.
The patch pockets are in trend this year. Try on this Safari inspired version from Opening Ceremony. It comes with a shapeless fit. Make it more ladylike by adding a belt.
Another mannish looking design from Organic by John Patrick.
Samuji version of camel coat.
Tailored business appropriate design from Sonia by Sonia Rykiel.
Hello to the 1980's! Steven Alan with its mannish cover-up.
Keep it vintage-inspired and try on Suzanne Rae topper.
Straight fit look from Trademark. Love the 1970's touch.
Banana Republic offers a double-breasted menswear inspired look.
Busnel is here with statement buttons and black belt.