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15 Winter Coat Trends to Stay Cozy and Fashionable

Layering

Layering

Layering is a huge theme this year, whether it’s winter or summer. It’s no surprise that this bled over into winter coat trends. While designers put one coat under another, we would suggest wearing a hoodie or thin jacket under a coat. That way you can shed the coat if it gets a little too warm.

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Belted

Belted

You gotta have shape! That is why belted has become extremely popular this year. No matter what type of jacket you’re wearing, try to wrap a belt around it to bring your waist in and accentuate your hips. If your jacket doesn't accommodate a belt, you can always have it cinched in at the waist.

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Floral

Floral

Mixing floral designs is huge right now, and that often means using your coat as a way to bring in a few flowers. All over floral prints are hitting department stores and runways. While some go for a floral crop top, others go for a full-length coat.

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Tweed

Tweed

Do you need something warmer? Pick yourself up a tweed coat. This woolen fabric will keep you warm while ensuring you’re incredibly stylish. Whether it’s a plaid or a checkered design, tweed is 100% the choice for colder weather. 

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Trench

Trench

Trench coats rarely go out of style. They’re comfortable and protect those of us who have rainy winters rather than snowy ones. Still, they can keep out the chilly wind better than lighter jackets. Plus, the length and belt make your silhouette look magnifique!

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Fake Fur

Fake Fur

Fake fur is storming the runway, and there's actually a cause behind it! Several designers are making fake fur coats huge as they simultaneously work toward helping the protection of animals. As an added bonus, fake fur coats are some of the warmest you can wear. 

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Fringe

Fringe

Last year, 20s fringe was huge, but all that fell to the wayside as fringe from the 60s and 70s started to take over. The fringing gives a coat a Wild West type look, but that doesn’t mean it can’t also be elegant—it all depends on the shape of the coat on your body!

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Capes

Capes

What is it with capes? First, weddings, and now the trend is taking over fashion. We have to say that capes on coats look a little better than anything else. Not to mention, it’s nearly impossible not to feel like a superhero as you strut your stuff down the road. 

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Leather

Leather

This season, leather is making a huge comeback. While some designers use fake leather, others are going for the real thing. Some designers are even going for autumnal leather jacket shades because they tend to complement any skin tone. 

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Checkered

Checkered

Checkered, in general, has become one of the biggest fashion trends of late 2018 and will move into 2019. Whether it’s black and white or features saturated colors that pop, checkered designs are sure to stay for a while.

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Plaid

Plaid

Similar to checkered, plaid is also extremely popular. Of course, it is! Fall is prime plaid season, but that doesn’t mean you have to stop wearing them when the snow begins to fall. Colorful or not, grab your plaid and wear it with pride. 

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80s Jackets

80s Jackets

Do you have a leftover 80s jacket from the decade of rock and roll? Or was it bright colors? Either way, this style has become incredibly popular again. Some designers prefer cropped versions, but the old ones from the 80s look just as great—vintage, even!

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Denim

Denim

Denim, you say? Count us in. Denim is sturdy and keeps us warm when it’s just a little chilly out. Designers especially liked fleece lined denim, which mimics the sheepskin look that’s also pretty popular—albeit extremely expensive.

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Leopard

Leopard

For those of you that love leopard print, now is your time to shine. Designers are encouraging people to pull out this great print and enjoy themselves. You can easily pair your leopard coat with blacks and neutrals for an incredibly stylish look.

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Knitted

Knitted

Knitted clothing is so hot right...in a good way. It’s this season’s hottest trend and manages to mix comfort and elegance. We’re talking about oversized pieces that feel like you’re in front of a cozy fire even when you’re sitting at work.

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