50 shades of blue. Someone told me I am a blind person who sees no color. This Winter is all about various shades of blue. Like it or not but blue stays in vogue, even if it comes in different hues, starting from bright blues to rich and navy shades. Anyway, the blue trend is here.
Roberto Torretta offers a tailored modern looking coat what ideally suits your smart-casual separates and short cocktail dresses.
The blue coat is a great alternative to everyday black jacket. It's a seasonless outerwear, what can be worn in spring, fall and winter months. This year many designers offering us marvelous styles to wear from day to night. I have gathered interesting designs what you can incorporate with your everyday clothes and special occasion staples. But before we move on looking through possible pairings, you should take into account the weather conditions in your city. If it's cold region, you can go for heavier fabrics and for warm regions is better to buy lighter version what can be worn atop cozy knitwear. Think about what clothes you wear on a daily basis, I mean the length, style and color of your frocks and skirts. If you wear minis, then the length of new coat doesn't matter, but if you do like maxi and long style ensembles, then you definitely need to think of the length of your cover-up (it should be either shorter than the dress for not more than 2 inch or way shorter). All in all, I have rounded up 22 designs of this Fall 2015 season and ways to style them in your everyday life. Scroll down to see more.
Ryota Shiga is here with a dark navy tailored piece what ideally suits your cocktail and everyday dresses.
Steven Alan keeps it heavy and exaggerated. Love the way this dark navy cover-up is styled with cool runners.
A mannish looking dark navy belted double-breasted coat from Steven Alan will ideally fit your pantsuit.
Another mannish looking outerwear from Suzanne Rae. Love the way it covers another coat.
A tailored dark colored cover-up from Trademark looks pretty awesome styled with leopard print open toe mules and pleated ankle-length trousers.
Wayne is here with a long and tailored look.
Avoc offers a tailored smart-casual look what can be worn with short pants and white kicks.
Bright blue pea-coat from Banana Republic looks sporty worn with dark blue mini skirt, tights and black-white Oxfords.
Bruuns Bazaar keeps it classy.
The 1970's are here! Burberry Prorsum offers a double-breasted version what ideally looks paired with suede thigh highs.
By Malene Birger keeps it straight and long offering us a mohair cozy design.
We see a big version from Carin Wester.
Dark blue look from Comptoir des Cotonniers. Looks sporty and functional. Wear it with high-rise swratpant like leopard print trousers.
This one from Comptoir des Cotonniers is tailored. Love the way it's worn with white jeans.
Another bright colored version. This time it's from Designers Remix. Style it with knitted light brown skirt and brown leather high boots.
Elie Tahari offers a bright blue cover-up what looks great atop furry jacket and high-rise flares.
House of Dagmar offers a bulky version.
We see a double-breasted design from Jil Sander. Love the way it's worn atop dark blue turtleneck and styled with dark red patent boots.
M. Patmos is here with a straight fit look.
Dark blue piece from Maison Kitsune is worn atop hooded sporty jacket.
Piazza Sempione offers a touch of retro glamour. Love the cherry red glossy heeled boots.