How To Style Women’s Down Coats
In this post we are going to observe the best ways how you can style and update women's down coats. If you are looking for great ideas, then we advice you to take a closer look at these timeless and awesome apparel combinations which stay popular year after year. There are popular styles, which come with sporty touches, oversized looks, denim separates, office style garments, down town urban details, casual updates, as well as grunge touches. We have gathered the best looks which for sure will keep you cozy in the cold. There are so many styles to choose from, which are ideal for wrapping up in the cold weather. There are pretty designs which keep you looking sophisticated and fashionable. All the presented outerwear staples are suitable for any kind of athletic activities. So, if you’re thinking about wearing new trendy wardrobe essentials, then we highly recommend you to check these trendy fall styles.
The first look is all about grunge touches. We see flannel shirt paired with grey and cozy pullover, biker style jeans, black leather booties, cool fedora hat, transparent umbrella and long patent down coat.
If you are going for a 2-3 day trip, then we advice you to try on this fur hooded outerwear, which can be paired with white sweater and black pants.
An office style look can be covered with this quilted down coat.
How about Paris update? We suggest you to try this versatile style, which includes cool knitted beanie, washed slim-fit jeans, grey pullover, matte khaki green handbag and cozy outer garment.
If you are curvy woman, then why don't you try this belted grey white piece, which can be updated with cool Adidas sneakers leopard print handbag and pom pom beanie.
Urban update is seen in this look, which includes white sweatshirt, black skinnies with zips, floral backpack, cool baseball cap with leather details and uggs. We love this black down jacket.
Here we see another athletic inspired touch. We love this quilted fuchsia jacket is paired with grey pullover with leather details, monochrome printed sweatpants and winter puff boots.
Another way how you can hide your office style look is to cover it with a long down coat, pom pom beanie, leather gloves, and zig-zag monochrome scarf.
The double-denim trend can be updated with this cool patent outerwear.