Hop into Spring with a Floral Coat
Are you looking for a spring coat that will turn heads. Than you may want to consider a floral coat for spring. Flowers fit in perfect with the spring months so why not have a coat with them on it. Whether you are searching for a casual coat or a formal coat a floral coat can give you the perfect look.
A floral coat for spring should be a lighter weight coat than your winter coat. You can obtain lighter weight coats by avoiding certain fabrics like wool or cashmere. Lighter weight coats are often made from cotton, polyester, or a fabric blend. They may or may not have a lining and are normally not stuffed.
Floral coat colors are normally bright and vibrant. Some of the more popular colors are reds, oranges, and shades of purple like lavender or lilac. Earthy colors will also work with most floral coats also.
Finding A Floral Coat For You
You can find many patterns on floral coats. Some coats will have a single flower while others will contains many flowers. Some of the more popular floral coats will contain flowers with vines coming from them.
There are also many styles of the floral coat. You can find them in waist length and also longer like the floral trench coat. Styles range from pullovers to rain jackets.
For the best fit of a floral coat we have some advice. If you are a curvy woman or man than you will want a larger over sized coat. If you are on the slender side than you can go for a tighter fitting coat with out much worry.
Floral coats can be found in most stores year round. If searching for a floral coat for spring the best months to go shopping are February and May. This is when the store will have the widest selection of spring coats displayed.
You can also shop online for a wide selection of floral coats at sites like Amazon.com or eBay.
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