Fashion

The Coat Edit A/W ’15

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It’s that time of year again when we splurge our student loan on a staple coat to keep us warm through the Sheffield winter months, but more importantly, to keep us on trend and fashion-forward. The return of some classic styles are hitting the runways as usual, but look out for some wacky, designer-inspired styles that really will set you apart from the fashion flock. Paris Fashion Week may already be onto SS16 but we can’t get these outerwear beauties off our mind…

 

Miss selfridge

Miss Selfridge- £150 Despite putting a dent in the bank account, this suede duster coat is definitely worth it. This key-piece will turn any plain winter get up into a chic, fashion forward look. Haven’t you heard? Suede is the new black.

 

 

 

Mango

 

 

Mango- £79.99 A cocoon coat is a staple must-have to take you from day to night in the coming colder months. This unique print helps you stand out from the crowd whilst providing ultimate comfort for your wardrobe of lecture chic.

 

 

 

 

zara

 

 

Zara- £69.99– This parka- come- padded coat is the must-have of the season. The thickness of the jacket is definitely Sheffield proof, whilst the stylish and form fitting shape keeps it feminine and modern. A great investment to see you through the chilly weather whilst hitting this season’s two biggest trends.

 

 

 

Topshop

 

 

Topshop- £78 This is the ultimate parka. From the always trusty Topshop, this must-have coat has returned for another A/W season. You can’t go wrong with a parka, especially when it’s lined with fur to keep you cosy, and a drawstring waist to keep it fashionable and flattering. Every girl needs one of these!

 

 

 

River Island

 

 

 

River Island, £95– This modern, lengthened blazer style coat is straight off the catwalk. The pastel colours will complement any winter wardrobe this season, and would team great with roll necks and a fab on trend tote bag.

 

 

 

Words by Ellena Rowlin

Photographs: Pinterest and Clothing Websites

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