Collarless Coats Are In Style For Spring-Summer
In today's post I want to draw your attention to collarless coats what are in style for the next spring-summer season. Every single piece that is presented in this collection is a real must have, as it looks fabulous in the streets, offices and special occasions. The best thing so far is the versatility of this outerwear that gives you plenty of looks to team with this great outerwear. That's a strong layering piece, as it's long, streamlined and dressy. You are going to see marvelous feminine designs, as well as bulky and mannish styles. Almost every look can be easily teamed with dressy trousers, pencil skirts and dresses for the office, as well as hippie inspired bottoms for casual occasions. The lack of collar is complimented by stylish borders, hems and buttons. Here are the 17 most wearable designs to try on this year:
The label WORLD brings an awesome pale pink design what can be worn atop grey classic fit pantsuit.
How about wearing a white belted version by A.P.C. with statement black buttons. That's a versatile cover-up what can be paired with your everyday and special occasion clothing.
Alice Olivia offers a pale pink lightweight version what is a great option for evening parties and special formal events.
Apiece Apart offers a striped look what is an ideal version for those ladies who love wearing relaxed garments. We love the wide, shortened sleeves and those retro inspired aviator sunglasses.
Here we see label's HAHA navy belted version. That's a classic look for an everyday wear.
This dark navy design (The British Higher School of Art and Design Moscow Final Course) looks like a wrap cardigan. We love this cover-up for a sporty look. Try it on with relaxed crewneck top and loose-fit sky-blue athletic pants.
This V-neck collarless outerwear is a great choice for wearing with relaxed dresses. Here we see it teamed with cool sneakers.
Speaking of evening wear then I highly recommend you to try on this tailored Escada version embellished with 3-D flowery on its front side. We love this skinny orange belt what is cinched at the waist of this black coat. To finish the look you can update the look by adding yellow clutch bag and light green colored high-heeled sandals.
J. Crew keeps it sophisticated by recommending you a tailored black style what is worn atop sequined gold top and pleated long shorts. Or you can try on the same version in cream white color what can be teamed with pale green top tucked in bright blue wide-leg trousers:
The yellow-green colored long cover-up by Lena Hoschek looks great teamed with Paisley printed strapless dress.
If you want to add a fun detail to your work attire, then we advice you to go for a pineapple printed 1/2 sleeve design what can be worn with pleated trousers and eye-catching sandals heels.
Lyn Devon offers a pale cream yellow 1/2 sleeve design what is a perfect retro update for teaming with your classic daywear essentials.
You can always try on highly printed styles. Here we see Martin Grant geometric print version what is matched with polka dot slim-fit pants.
Sandwich updates your casual basics by offering geometric print design, what has a kind of urban sports style look.
If you like tailored and mannish silhouettes then we highly recommend to try on this Trademark creation.