4 Looks to Inspire You in Autumn



Right now you can go out with one of the fashionable oversized blazers, with the most beautiful leather jackets and even with the famous and light jackets with shoulder pads. However, winter is approaching and we assure you that it won’t take long to turn to your coat closet. Once from there you will pull an old friend out of your wardrobe and, therefore, we have to tell you which coats are trending this season and which ones you have to get out of there ‘
Shearling coats
The little lamb is as fashionable this year as it was last year and the year before. So, when in doubt, better lamb than any other fabric like leather.
We have spent months researching trends seen on the best catwalks in the world and, to our surprise, we have found that it is a completely permissive season. That is, there are several styles swarming through the sections of the stores that are perfectly compatible with all types of people and their way of dressing. On Instagram, without going any further, we already have a huge number of autumn-winter 2019/20 outfits saved for inspiration.
And honestly, when the cold takes the power of the situation, you’re going to want to have a decent and current collection of coats. In fact, it doesn’t matter that you’ve gotten yourself the most beautiful knitted sweaters (well okay, yes), because when you go out, all they are going to see is your coat.
Cloth coat in tan tones
Cloth coats are an indisputable basic every year, but be careful, because this season they are worn if they meet two characteristics:
Classic cut.
Toasted tones.
Classic and long black coats
If you want to invest in a wardrobe base coat that will never go out of style, your best option is a long black one. There’s no more.


Classic belted coats
Since Meghan Markle made them fashionable last year, low cost brands have not stopped imitating them. Belted coats, in addition to being pure trend, are the ones that most favor the body by narrowing the waist. Oh, and if you wear them bicolor like the ‘instagrammer’, much better.

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