Winter Coat Trends

December 1, 2009 by BradS1234  
Published in Trends

Coats are this season’s hottest accessory and with so many different outerwear trends this season there is something for everyone. Coat styles have never been more varied and many styles are also getting a modern makeover with some new shaping on old classics.

Coats are this season’s hottest accessory and with so many different outerwear trends this season there is something for everyone. Coat styles have never been more varied and many styles are also getting a modern makeover with some new shaping on old classics.

If you are looking to exhume power in your presence this season look towards the Hero jacket. This jacket had sculpted shoulders and hard edges or soft curves. The best thing about this jacket is that it gives the illusion of a tiny waste.

Next there is the Biker jacket, a trend that no longer screams rock n’ roll but instead portrays maturity. Some girly touches that are in this season for biker jackets are billowy ruffles. This jacket can also be worn in a variety of colors, black, brown, camel, olive green, cream and many more.

The Boyfriend Blazer is an oversize, easy piece that can be worn over delicate dresses or jeans. This jacket has the ability to minimize the hips and accentuate the shoulder. This type of jacket in black has the ability to go with many different looks but for a more daring look try one with sequins.

The Cape is another trend of the season. A more cropped look this jacket is a great alternative to the Hero jacket. This jacket also has the ability to hide an array of figure flaws and have been found in fabrics such as leather and wool. This look can also be found with rounded shoulders or tweed.

Finally, if you are looking for a jacket that can be worn with just about everything as well as one that will be found for a couple more seasons, check out any of the above in a camel color.

More great holiday fashion tips can be found here!

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