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Women's Winter Coat Trends

Updated on July 20, 2018

Fearless In Fur - Faux Fur That Is ...

New Coat Trends For Winter Of 2018

The new winter coat trends are pretty great, the updated pea-coat with its longer length and over-sized design, the stylish wool trenches with their new updated tailored fit. This season's winter outerwear will come in all shapes and sizes. Be ready to see the over-sized full-length overcoat, to some pale pastel jackets, not to mention chic again over-sized bomber styled jackets. Designers have used lots of embellishments to soup up otherwise simple designs. You will be impressed by their use of leather, whether it be a belt or some well-placed leather trim. Another big trend in winter coats is faux colorful fur! Yes, fine wool coats are being well embellished with some fabulous colorful faux fur collars and cuffs. Let's talk about casual sporty coat trends.

Again lengths will be somewhat longer, and designs will vary for this season, from oversize car coats embellished with toggles, to well-fitted vintage inspired trench coats. In regards to popular colors, winter white is big along with all the expected Fall/Winter hues. Black remains as always one of the front-runners when it comes to color, an and taupe are also very in vogue for this Winter.


Black And White Plaid So On Trend Tailored And Chic

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Primary colors verses neutrals shades - Anything goes this winter

Yes, one of the most popular color trends for coats this Winter is white. However, the designers this season have added lots of neutrals shades as well as vivid colors to their collections. Let's face it the color white really can complement almost any outfit, but color can make an outfit pop! I suggest if you're on a bit of budget, and are considering the purchase of a new winter coat, stick with a neutral shade. You will get more bang for your buck. Plus it's safe to say you will be able to pull it out for years to come.

Pretty In Pink - Fanciful Faux Fur In Every Color Will Be Popular This Winter

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Faux Fur Is All The Rage !

This season you can wear fur without all the guilt! Think fabulous faux fur, all done up in fab colors. You will find faux fur on lots of fashions this Fall. But, when it comes to coats, faux fur is back in a big way. Designers are using many varieties of faux fur to give winter coats a bit of pizza! Next time you head out shopping, please stop by the coat department of your favorite store, and try on a faux fur. Faux fur is on trend and you will love the wonderful luxurious feeling of a fake fur.

The Oversized Longer Length Top Coat - It's All The Rage

The All New Women's Top coat - So Chic So Sophisticated

The women's "top coat" this winter has a classic design that has been around for a very long time. It's clear that designer was inspired by the over-sized tailoring of the1920's. However, they added a less complicated structure, and wonderful soft woven fabrics, such as cashmere, and fine wool. The women's top coat for his winter is sophisticated, chic, and very versatile. This simpler less complicated design can be worn casual or dressed up for a night out on the town. So, if you're going to be purchasing a new winter coat, make sure to give some thought to the new over-sized top coat. It's a smart choice if you need a hard working versatile coat. Another thing you should consider is to choose a neutral color or black. Neutrals are on trend this winter, if you purchase a neutral color you'll be able to pair the coat with many outfits without being concerned about clashing color scheme.

The Top Coat Of The 1920s

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Statement Coats Are Hot - You Have To Have A Great Statement Coat For This Winter ...

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Make A Statement In Your New Winter Coat !

New York Fashion week 2018 runways were full of over the top statement coats. Coats that truly made big statements! Yes, designers, this year are into great looking winter coats, lots of variation in color, fabric, and style. However, you will recognize all of your favorite styles of coats, like the double-breasted pea coat, and the belted trench coat. However, designers have redesigned the lines of all of our favorite styles. The classic pea coat has been updated, it's now over-sized, and in some cases longer in length. The classic trench is seeing new brighter colors, as well as longer lengths. Coats this winter are geared to make a big statement! So, get ready for faux fur, mixing of fabrics. The leather is being blended with many different kinds of fabrics to create some fabulous statement coats. Such as the coat in this photo.

The Classic Pea Coat All Done Up To Please ...

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Classic Pea Coat Think Comfort And Style

The new over-sized pea coat is one of the most comfortable everyday coats one can wear. The new design is versatile and stylish. It can be worn with jeans and dressed up for a night out on the town. The pea coats classical style has been around forever, maybe it was time to make some changes? The designers have not disappointed. Pea coats are now all spiffed up in fabulous colors, longer lengths over-sized styles, as well as a variety of textural fabrics. If you need a new winter coat and can afford only one - think the new longer length pea coat. This stylish coat will make for a warm get you noticed winter season.

Just Curious - Please take my poll ...

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    • Sharlee01 profile imageAUTHOR

      Sharon Stajda 

      2 years ago from Shelby Township Michigan

      The oversized gray top coat is my favorite. I actually found one that was similar last winter at Marshalls. I have gotten more compliments on the style. I found myself wearing it with jeans, and also wearing it out on a dressy occasions. Red is one of the hot colors for next winter. I love red, and I think it always make a fashion statement, it stands out in any crowd. I did not find any incidents or problems with women that wear faux furs. I do have a friend that has a very real looking faux fur jacket, and she had a problem with a woman stopping her in the grocery store, and giving her a loud lecture. When she told the woman it was fake fur, she said she apologized. Good luck with that new coat.

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      Yves 

      2 years ago

      I have to say the I love the gray oversized top coat and the first faux fur coat. In your research, have you found that protestors are more respectful of faux fur, or are they just as likely to throw something at you as they did back in the day----when women wore real fur? Odd question perhaps, but I'd hate to buy a fur faux only to have it ruined by a protestor.

      I currently have a wool coat (red) that I get a lot of compliments on. I have three coats actually---all in different colors. Hmmm. I think I may need another one.

      By the way, I didn't see your comment on my Q&A right away. Thank you for commenting!

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