Tuesday, October 16, 2012

Keep Toasty

Now that Oregon's weather has turned to wet and cold, it is time to pull out the winter jackets. My closet needed an update so I did a little research on some new styles for this season. Sassy to sweet and classic to edgy, find your coat this season. 

This sweet fit and flare has a great silhouette and the color is flattering too, this is my choice for an outdoor date. 
ASOS Fit and Flare Belted Coat

This ASOS coat has all the elements for Oregon weather, it's warm, hooded, and fashionable.
ASOS Fold Over Collar Coat With Hood

Although beyond my budget, you cannot forget the classic Burberry trench which works well for fall and spring season after season.
Burberry London Raglan Sleeve Poplin Trench

This leather sleeve jacket is edgy and will work great for work or play. 
10 Crosby Derek Lam Leather Sleeve Stand Up Collar Jacket

Pair this plaid coat with some Doc Martens any day to be prepared for those sneaky puddles. 
Effie’s Heart Claudia Plaid Coat

 Texture makes the statement in this Tulle coal for the simple girl.
Tulle Edinburgh Stroll Stand Collar Coat

I couldn't find a Pendleton coat, but this Plenty jacket has great color and design. 

Plenty by Tracy Reese Jacquard Double Breasted Coat

Alright, where is Paddington Bear and did we steal his jacket or just copy it? I'm in love. 
Rainforest Packable Jacket with Down Vest

Barbie's fuchsia wool jacket is so great you'll never want to change out of it. 
Sonia by Sonia Rykiel Double Breasted Long Coat

For something a bit more mature, try this camel coat with a large flat collar. Sophisticated and yet, still sassy.
Ted Baker Big Collar Belted Short Coat

Who could live without a leather coat? I like that this has an asymmetrical zipper and sweater lining, that will keep you toasty! 
Kut from the Kloth Skyline Jacket

Color, cut, and cloth, pick yours for fall and winter to stay toasty and dry. Don't forget to stay stylish!

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