Today's story is the double-breasted women's coat. I want to share with you this year's top-20 styles, which can be worn with different style garments. Of course the is nothing new about this style, but I want to draw your attention to the silhouettes, colors and lengths of this outerwear. The following models can be worn with your best casual ensembles, there is no worry pairing it with formal wear essentials, in other words, it's all about versatility and protection from the chilly weather and windy days. There are dozens of off-duty style looks, which can include these awesome outerwear staples. So, I think it's the right time to begin our trip into the world of women's cozy outer garments:
Jenni Kayne offers a plaid outer garment in dark olive color. That's a chic menswear inspired piece with brushed metal buttons and folded lapels. Keep it retro inspired by wearing it with a white tee tucked in a pale orange, pencil skirt.
Mackage Milly navy jacket with military accents looks sophisticated and mannish. It features a funnel collar and crest embossed buttons. Try it with your everyday button-down and ripped slim fit jeans:
How about this gorgeous Msgm oversized wool overcoat in baby blue color. Thanks to the pastel hue and strong spacious silhouette you can wear this cocoon piece with creative separates.
NICHOLAS wool navy coat comes with clean lines, silvery statement buttons and knee-length:
Rebecca Minkoff Pierre cape coat in blush pink looks pretty awesome thanks to the relaxed fit and double-breasted design. Try this loose-fit silhouette garment with your casual separates, like wool sweaters and faded black jeans:
Sea plaid outer piece in green and black color looks menswear inspired. Love the notched lapels and padded shoulders of this statement look:
Smythe Reefer outerwear in ivory looks awesome. Try this boucle tweed piece with a pale purple high neck sweater and patent brown boots:
Alexander Wang offers an amazing double-breasted pea coat with a ribbed knit hood which offers an extra slouchy comfort. Love the way it's finished with an edgy fringe trim and buttons. Keep it cool and sophisticated styled with a rich blue turtleneck and matte black leather skirt.
Band Of Outsiders offers a furry leopard classic pea-coat in navy color. Try this belted piece with a micro plaid shirt and distressed boyfriends.
Black straight-cut, mannish outerwear looks pretty cool teamed with cropped grey sweater, white shirt and pinstripe tailored pants.
Black, royal blue design in cotton fabric with notched lapels and belted cuffs is ideal piece for wearing with your casual basics.
Camel vigore classic cotton trench with a buckle belt looks timelessly elegant worn with light grey knitted pullover, flannel shirt, skinny trousers and patent black high-sole brogues.
Here we see a camel vigore piece from Mango, which features notched lapels and padded shoulders. Try it on with a statement grey, long scarf, ripped and cuffed boyfriends and cool black sneakers.
Dark grey wool-blend look with a funnel neck and belted cuffs looks perfect styled with office garments.
Free People fuzzy coat in sand color looks oversized and contemporary. Try this notched lapel must-have with your daywear separates. I personally love the way it's worn with basic denim pants:
Gerald & Stewart wool short pea coat in yankee navy color looks sporty casual with a striped tee and dark indigo skinnies: