I absolutely love Autumn and Winter fashion, it’s chic, cozy and typically features a stylish neutral colour scheme… I mean, what’s not to love! This week’s style blog post is about all the coats and jackets every fashionista needs (or at least one or two of) this Autumn and Winter season. Alongside each outerwear wardrobe essential, I’ve also included some styling ideas for how to wear each of them. I hope you enjoy this style blog post and find the inspiration you’re looking for…
A Camel Coat
Always a classic, a camel coat is a wardrobe essential as the weather cools down. Being a neutral colour, it’s very versatile, and can add an effortless touch of chic to any outfit. For instance, a camel coat can take you from day to night in an instant – whether it’s your morning commute or after-work drinks; you’ll always look polished and on point.
A Leather Jacket
It’s edgy yet chic, grundy yet polished enough for work, a leather jacket is really an iconic piece. You might like to channel #streetstyle by pairing a leather jacket with a white tee, black skinny jeans, and sneakers; or with a pleated midi skirt, a chunky knit and leather ankle boots; or with a white blouse, black cigarette pants, and a chic pair of black patent heels. I personally love all three of these outfits.
A Navy Coat
Whilst I do love a camel coat, another neutral hue which is always a good idea in Autumn and Winter, is navy. I love how blogger Coco Beau Tee has styled one here – it’s street style chic at it’s finest.
A Teddy Bear Coat
The coat every blogger has been talking about this season, a teddy bear coat is a cute, cozy and chic way to stay warm in the cooler months. Plus, this #trending coat comes in a lot of different colours, so you’re guaranteed to find one you like that suits your style. I love how blogger Julia of Gal Meets Glam has gone for an all neutral look here.
A Navy Blazer
An iconic piece in any fashionista’s wardrobe, a navy blazer works with everything. I’m inspired by blogger Coco Beau Tee’s outfit below. Typically blazers are considered formal wear only, but this season I’m loving these more smart casual outfits which feature blazers as outerwear. Whether it’s your work wardrobe, a chic casual dinner date or a family brunch, you can effortlessly make your outfit more stylish with a chic navy blazer.
A Bomber Jacket
Similar to the leather jacket, bomber jackets are edgy, chic and say #streetstyle. For a low key look, you can wear one with a sweater, jeans and sneakers; or for a more evening sophisticated look, you might like to mix things up with a dress or culottes with heels or high-heeled ankle boots. I love this edgy minimalist chic look here.
A Check Blazer
Check blazers were absolutely everywhere last Autumn & Winter, and this season they’re backkk! I love how blogger Damsel in Dior has styled her check blazer in this outfit here, oh so chic… a checked blazer can easily dress up or down an outfit depending on the occasion – whether it be brunch with your girlfriends, work, or a casual date night at the cinema.
A Winter White Coat
Winter white and light grey are a wonderful combination as the weather cools down. If you’re not keen to go “all white”, you might like to ease into this trend by having about 70% of your outfit white. For some style inspiration, you might like to see blogger Emma Hill’s outfit below. Whether it’s original blue denim or black jeans, you could style it with a chunky winter white knit or coat and maybe even a pair of winter white boots (or a pair of everyday white sneakers).
A Trench Coat
If you’ve been reading Daisy Chain Daydreams blog for a while, it’ll come as no surprise when I say that I love French style – it’s effortless “undone” chic and oh so classy. So naturally I had to include a trench coat in this post. You can pretty much wear a trench coat with anything, my personal preference is stripes, black skinnies, sneakers and red lipstick. Sounds like a pretty classy outfit to me.
So that’s all for today folks! I hope you enjoyed this blog post and found the style inspiration you’re looking for. I’d love to hear your thoughts on Autumn and Winter fashion in the comments; like what’s your go-to outwear this Autumn and Winter?