The winter now has a firm grip on us and the temperatures are falling below zero again. Of course, you would like to crawl the whole day with the blanket and a warm tea on the couch, but then you miss the many great winter days and especially the Christmas market, which now really puts us in the Advent mood in the last days of December brings.
In addition, there are so many great jackets and coats this season that keep us warm even in the iciest temperatures and also look super great. That is why today I am introducing you to the hottest coats and jackets of the season at the moment.
Voluminous down jackets
This jacket trend can easily take on the current cold temperatures! The voluminous down jackets are combined with dresses, skirts, and trousers. Here you can go for a high-quality version because the down jackets will not go out of style anytime soon. If the jacket is well cared for, it will become a loyal companion for the next wintry years. By the way, there are great models online. I really like the colorful Dsquared 2 jackets for women.
Duffle coats and parkas
Duffle coats or parkas are a great alternative to the classic down jacket. The parkas are super cozy and keep you cozy and warm even in sub-zero temperatures. A bit more elegant are duffle coats, which for me always exude a bit of college flair. Classically, they have a toggle closure made of wood and a hood. This means that they go well with jeans and sweaters in everyday life, as well as with sexy evening dresses.
Faux fur coats and jackets
Elegant, elegant, faux fur! The faux fur coats and jackets are absolute eye-catchers and definitely belong in every fashionista’s wardrobe. The rest of the outfit should be simple though. Skinny jeans or shift dresses are perfect here.
Whether small or large checks – this season we are again top-styled with a checked coat. For elegant occasions, the checked coat can be perfectly combined with a cozy turtleneck sweater and suit trousers. The coat can also be styled casually, for example with sneakers and frayed jeans.
Not without my belt
My biggest problem in winter: With thick jackets, you always feel a bit thick and misshapen. To counteract this, I like to use coats with an integrated belt. The waist is thereby optimally emphasized and conjures up a beautiful silhouette. It is best to combine coats with belts with skirts and dresses or, as a break-in style, with sneakers and casual jeans. When it comes to colors, you should focus on pastel tones, gray or beige, which are currently very popular.
Which jackets and coats do you prefer to wear in winter?