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The wide lapel on this amazing Self-Portrait version balances your lower half to create a full-on hourglass shape. Bigger busts should look for open front coats with extra draping up top, which won't lock you in like, say, a button-up coat would.
Bonus points for how cozy this style is — it's basically a blanket, but make it fashion. Bomber jackets are a chic and easy way to insulate without adding bulk.
The sporty style can add a kick of modernity to any outfit, and is highly on-trend. Cocoon coats are a godsend for people with apple-shaped figures.
The bowed out torso allows for plenty of room for your midsection, and the thigh-grazing crop makes your legs look miles long. While we'd gladly suggest this heart-shaped coat for heart-shaped folks, we think a double-breasted trench would get a bit more mileage. This shoulder-friendly cut is impeccably tailored with a lean fit to flatter inverted triangle shapes. Dusters, so named for their great lengths and usefulness at protecting horsemen's clothes from kicked-up dust, are an excellent option for tall figures.
The low hemline of these coats is proportionate to your stature, and are excellent layering pieces, which helps to create dimension.
You shouldn't have to give up your favorite styles while you're pregnant. This puffer coat is just like the ones you know and love, except it is specially cut with more room for a growing belly. We love that you can wear it before and after pregnancy as well, and it will look just as great. Close View all gallery. Our three favorite words: Amp up your look with these stylish ways to wear coats.
Banana Republic Classic Trench. Originally an optional item of dress in the British Army, trench coat has evolved into one of the most fashionable coats, dressing up the most stylish of women. This ten-buttoned, double-breasted raincoat now comes in both dark, sophisticated shades and light, feminine hues, such as red, peach and periwinkle.
A puffy, often down-filled jacket, Parka can be challenging to style. This casual style ranges from cropped to below midcaff, with or with the absence of fur. When the temperature drops to C and the wind makes it feel like C, Parka can be your best friend.
Double Breasted Pea Coat. Originally worn by sailors and navies, this outer coat typically hits below the hip and is double-breasted. The female version of this classic style is often referred to as a Jackie O jacket. Coat available at Nordstrom. Chesterfiled is slim, with blazerlike lapels which sometimes comes in velvet.
This is a mens-style single or double breasted coat. A reinterpretation of traditional military coats, it is usually long, from below the knee to the ankle, and double breasted, most often with brass-button details. Thea Belted Cape Coat. The cape was common in medieval Europe, often worn with a hood. A sleeveless style that can have armholes, it can be belted.
Andrew Marc Car Coat. This above-the-knee coat typically features buttons running down the front but can also have a double-breasted closure.
Car coat has a classic appeal. Diane von Furstenberg Bernice cocoon wool-blend coat.
Long A-Line Coat: Cold weather is no match for this long, figure-flattering outerwear.A-line coat boasts a warm wool blend and is fully lined for quality. Back vent for ease, two side-seam pockets, button closure and button detail at cuffs. Shop the latest styles of Womens Long Coats at Macys. Check out our designer collection of chic coats including peacoats, trench coats, puffer coats and more! Winter Style Fall Winter Fashion Spring Style Grey Coats Long Coats Long Wool Coat Women's Coats Fashion Coat Fasion. This coat is your best choose for this winter, and it featuring notched collar,bottoned fastening and longline design. Wear it with dark skinnies, lace-up high-tops.