In today's post we are going to talk about women's collarless coats for this season wear. The collarless cover-up looks chic and absolutely fashionable. The design of such coat should be classic, while the color, print and texture can vary from retro to modern. Speaking of the overall look, then this cover-up doesn't have lapels or neck (not even a mandarin collar), in other words it's a coat with no collar at all. I like that minimalist effect that makes you look unique and individual. You can go for mono colored versions, or choose yourself vibrant prints (starting from animal to bright mosaic patterns). The great plus of collarless coats, is that they add a window into the rest of your outfit, showing off your blouse or a dress. Of course you can wear anything underneath such cover-up, starting from classic jeans to leather pants and stunning onesies and jumpsuits. Anyway, let's have a closer look at these awesome designer coats:
Andrew Gn offers a green colored wrap style that has that special 1970's vibe. Try it on with mustard shirt and floor-length black flares.
Matthew Williamson keeps it bright and vibrant offering us a belted floral kaleidoscope version. Try it on with knee-length black leather boots.
Moschino keeps it fun and youthful.
Opening Ceremony offers a classic silhouette in black color.
Prabal Gurung updates the classic fit by offering its clientèle printed version.
Talbot Runhof is offering an evening style that is ideal for theaters and operas attendance.
How about wearing this TSE creation that is ideal for work and after-work cocktail hours.
That's a modern update from Zero Maria Cornejo. I am in love with this pinstripe cover-up.
A La Russe offers us an evening outerwear that looks elegant and functional.
Andrew Gn is all about modern essentials. Love the fit, shortened sleeves and almost knee-length black leather boots.
Black is always in fashion, right?