Zara Has Just Dropped a New Winter Coat Edit, and These Are the Pieces We Want
When it comes to building an impeccable wardrobe, the high street is key for certain staple pieces: midi dresses that’ll see you through any kind of occasion, knitwear that works just as well during the week as it will on the weekends, and, of course, versatile coats. Which is why we’re once again turning our attention to Zara. Not content with sorting out our party style, the affordable shopping hot spot as also set its sights on dominating outerwear, too.
Duvet day in coat form.An androgynous addition to your wardrobe.Vintage styling with a faux-fur finish. Checks are never a bad idea.Teddy-bear coats are still cool.A classic cover-up.Wear these with ’70s flares.This coat is roomy enough for even your thickest jumpers. Trust us—we’ve tried. Another leopard-print coat to add to the wish list. Rather unassuming on the hanger, but off, it looks impossibly chic thanks to the longer length and slouchy silhouette. The slightly cropped length is ideal for petite shoppers as it’ll sit on the mid-thigh as opposed to the always awkward knee length. This beige hue is just as versatile as traditional camel. This knitted coat is ideal for layering thanks to its generous fit. For a more tailored look, we recommend going down a size. Wear this red coat over a blush pink dress or skirt for a gorgeous color clash. If you fancy changing up your checks, look no further than monochrome houndstooth. Khaki makes a chic change from black, but it’ll still go with everything in your wardrobe. A military coat is never a bad idea. As classic as coats come, you’ll wear this light gray style for years to come. We’re in agreement that faux-fur coats have never been so strong as they are in 2018. Take your obsession with pink to the next level with this double-breasted number. We love the rich hues of emerald and crimson. This coat may require you to rethink your morning coffee. And the meatball sandwich at lunch. But we love it all the same. The jump in price is worth it for the higher wool content. Mustard might sound tricky to pull off, but with cropped jeans, a cream cable knit, and snaffle loafers, it’s really quite easy. The bouclé texture makes this coat the perfect after-dark outerwear. Lumber checks feel more elevated with the inclusion of cream.