The Big Winter Coat Guide: Look for Less

The weather is almost to the point that a coat will be a daily staple to any outfit. It may be the last thing you put on but your coat is an important element to an outfit. From classic to statement maker I love to add a new topper to my wardrobe. I've been looking at a wide variety of coats and narrowed it down to 4 styles I particularly love this season. I found the coats at different price points as well. 

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A classic dress coat never goes out of style. If you are going to invest in a coat, this would be my pick. I got this coat in black as a birthday gift a few years ago and wear it all the time each winter! It goes equally well with work clothes and nice dresses. It's perfect for any winter weddings or nice events you have. As a bonus, the double-cloth wool is warm enough even for your coolest days!
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Nothing is cozier than fur when it is cold out. What I love most about fur is how it cam be both casual and dressy. These coats are a bit of a statement maker and can be the focus of your outfit. This two-tone coat would look great with distressed jeans, a simple black sweater and black booties. 

 I've been really drawn to a leopard coat and it is high on my wishlist! I'm ready to wrap up in it all Winter long. 

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Plaid is synonymous with Fall and Winter. I love plaid flannels and scarves as my go to casual look when the leaves change. A plaid coat is great mix on the classic wool coat. This menswear inspired plaid in a lady like cut is my favorite. I love the masculine and feminine mixture!

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For more casual days, a parka keeps you warm and still stylish. The little details keep a parka from lookinng frumpy. Faux fur adds a touch of glamour to the coat. A nipped in waist on this coat keeps a flattering shape when you layer anything bulky under it. Most puffer jackets are warm but not known to be flattering. This one has banding in the back that gives you a waist!
Kara Krittenbrink

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