It's getting so cold in the UK now, time to wrap up really warm in cozy coats! I have two coats that I alternate between depending on my outfit or my how cold it is! As a poor student, I love browsing the sales, the website www.lovethesales.com is great for checking out the latest discounts, and they even have high end products which means you can get great discounts on more luxury items. Recently I had a browse though the UGG Sale for winter and also the coats section. I decided to bring you a wishlist of eight coats for this winter season.
One: This suede bomber jacket is really professional looking, I love the colour (however knowing me I'd end up getting it dirty somehow!) and really love the structured collar. I've never actually tried a jacket on like this before, so I don't know if I'd be "cool" enough to pull it off - but a girl can always dream!
Two: Another suede looking jacket, this time in a more appropriate seasonal colour of khaki. Again I own very few things this colour in my wardrobe, but I feel like it would be versatile to pair with different outfits and coloured jeans. My image for this outfit is this jacket, with a cord navy skirt and plain t-shirt.
Three: This coat looks so unbelievably cozy and warm! I love the shearling collars and additions to coats this year, and I feel like the grey and cream colour of this would go with practically every outfit. As a girl who wear's a lot of neutral clothes this would fit very nicely into my wardrobe! My only quip with this coat would be if it has a zip or popper to fasten it up when I'm walking home on chilly nights after a long day of lectures.
Four: This coat is the most practical out of my picks, in my opinion. A long black fabric design makes for the perfect professional coat, to wear for placement or uni, but also a great one to style down for everyday. I love the a-symtrical collar of this coat, and like the fact the zip stands out from the dark design of the coat. The longer style also helps to keep more of you warm!
Five: A contrast to the longer style, this short bomber jacket comes with a fur hood, something to keep your ears warm! I love the fact this has pockets on the sides, and the black is again really easy to style with any outfit. I feel like for me this is a more casual weekend style jacket over something I'd wear for smarter occasions, but it would be a great edition to my wardrobe.
Six: I definitely don't know if I'm cool enough to pull off a leather jacket, but this one is very simply and classic. Personally when I've been looking at leather jackets I prefer the more simple style's that ones with buckets and appliqué all over them. If this suited me, I'd love to be able to wear it with pretty outfits to add more of a grunge look to the style, or pair with my neutral jeans and t-shirt days to look a bit more put together.
Seven: This bomber jacket screams christmas to me, I think it must be the colour! Not the most appropriate for really cold days, but for quick trips in and out of the house, or underneath a thicker coat this is a gorgeous velvet edition to any look.
Eight: Last but not least this stunning long navy jacket. This is definitely the most professional, and I don't know if it would drown my small body, but I simply adore it. The buttons add something extra to the coat without being too in your face. I feel like when I become a proper adult and get a job this is the type of coat I'd feel very smart and put together in. I'd love to wear this with some patterned smart trousers and white shirt.
What do you think of the coats I've chosen? All of them can be found for a discount on www.lovethesales.com. Let me know if you've got any coats recently and what styles you prefer in a comment below.
*all pictures sourced from www.lovethesales.com