We all love cozy and comfort outerwear, that’s why I’ve decided to make this awesome post about 2018 winter trend alert- long coats. New styles come in beautiful shapes and lengths. Truly magnificent designs. Indeed, I am so in love with almost every showcased styles. Sometimes, even wear mine long coat at home. This length can be spotted in so many styles, starting from wrap coats, military inspired versions, 1970’s suede basics, trench-coats, fur-collar designs, shearling aviator styles, etc. Why these toppers are in trend right now? They look dramatic, sophisticated and retro inspired. There is something magnificent in the way ladies wear long coats on the streets.
Pale blush long wool coat looks irresistibly cool worn atop white sweater teamed with white skinnies and rounded sunglasses with violet mirrored lenses.
Personally, I feel myself like some kind of super model crossing the streets in cool pumps, ripped jeans, plain tee and massive long topper. Yep, that’s what I call sophisticated and precious look. If you are new to this outerwear, then I recommend without a peep to try on a slightly oversized version. What I love the most about long coats is the way they keep us warm. When it comes to coats, every color is perfect. Every shade is versatile and can look retro, modern or classy. You can enjoy brown, nude, camel, light greys and even neutral colors. There are awesome designs that look hobo-chic, wrap-styles versions, belted and draped designs. Personally, I love to mix up things, by wearing a kind of Tomboy meets hobo-chic combo version, by wearing sneakers with jeans, slouchy sweater and massive coat on. Speaking of layers, then you might be interested in trying on chic mini dresses with big scarf and long coat over it. Keep things sexy by adding gorgeous pumps. Anyway, scroll down to see some of the best designs to try on this year. What do you think of long coats? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below.
This light-grey trench coat looks exaggerated and ideal for short walks around town:
Tomboy goes formal. We see beautiful lady wearing a brimmed black hat, grey-blue belted coat with wide lapels styled with pinstripe trousers and glossy black leather pointed-toe shoes:
Two ladies wearing midi length coats, where the one is in pale-camel and the other one is in pale grey completed with graphic lines. Love the way camel version is styled with blue skinnies and white sneakers. The third lady is wearing a long big navy tailored coat styled with grey brimmed hat, slim pants and peep-toe block-heeled mules:
The black is a timeless color to wear from Mondays to Sundays. I am so in love with this outfit. Lady appears in Wayfarers, black long coat in lightweight fabric styled with black striped white tee tucked in high-rise light-blue ripped jeans teamed with cuffed peep-toe heeled sandals:
Smart-casual camel exaggerated coat looks ideal worn with black Wayfarers, cuffed black trousers and bright runners:
Make it statement and ideal for day and night wear. Try on light red-orange maxi tailored coat styled with cream-beige turtleneck and cuffed jeans paired with glossy black leather ankle-boots:
Light red style with wide sleeves looks awesome teamed with grey-white cuffed skinnies and snake-skin pointed-toe pumps:
Keep it lush and majestic by wearing a very long rich blue relaxed fit coat with cuffed sleeves styled with black leather skinnies tucked in pointed-toe stiletto ankle-length booties:
Make some fun and keep things 1970’s inspired. Try on camel suede topper styled with pajama style printed emerald green jumpsuit:
We see a classy cream-camel coat styled with striped tee tucked in high-rise dark blue jeans teamed with high platform black boots:
A wintry look is here. We see woman wearing cozy ribbed knit scarf, belted cream-grey coat styled with white knitted separates. Complete the outfit by adding cream-brown leather booties:
Tailored classic fit black coat looks magnificent worn atop white top tucked in blue slim-fit cuffed jeans updated with rips:
A long grey wool coat looks awesome styled with casual separates, like grey tee tucked in regular-fit washed blue jeans:
We see a dark wine color big coat with matching color fur collar and sleeve cuffs:
A sleek black tailored coat looks pretty cool worn atop simple shift-dress:
Make a move in this bulky heavy wool coat styled with ribbed knit pom-pom beanie, black-white striped top tucked in shortened blue skinnies worn with deep-brown leather loafers:
Black-blue tailored long outerwear looks ideal worn atop black-white striped top paired with cuffed blue skinnies and high-sole loafers:
Classic grey-white design looks perfect worn atop black turtleneck styled with black ankle-length slim trousers and grey-white runners:
Draped dark blue lightweight coat looks terrific styled with black separates and thigh-high lace-up leather boots:
Charcoal long coat looks sophisticated styled with black separates, rounded sunglasses and Chelsea boots:
Wild-Wild West! First lady appears in a very long shearling brown coat and the other one appears in a brimmed hat, oversized cream-beige wool coat:
Grey-blue fur coat looks creative. Try it on with simple top and cuffed blue jeans completed with leopard print flat sandals:
Camel wool tailored coat looks ideal worn atop cream-white shirt-dress teamed with black slim-fit trousers:
Sea-blue wool coat can be easily paired with dark navy shift-dress and pointed-toe black leather ankle-boots:
Urban girl walks down the streets. We see her in a pale-green beanie, retro style black coat, simple pullover, grey skinnies and classic trainers:
One thought on “Long Coats: Winter Outerwear We Love”
Well if that’s the trend now, I certainly haven’t seen long coats in the stores. I was lucky to have found and bought one long tailored coat last year. It’s been many years since long woolen coats were back on the market. All I see are bland, bomber duvet filled jackets, coats. Everyone looks the same. I tried but could never feel comfortable nor feminine in those. They were always masculine to me. I remember the days from the 70’s to early 2000’s when shops would have long wool winter coats rack after rack of different colors and styles but towards the latter years they were getting shorter and shorter which was also a disappointment. Those days are gone but would love to see wool coats come back. All I can guess is that it must be more expensive to manufacture wool coats so it’s all about money-making.
I also want to see wide shirt collars/lapels and true jumper dresses back in fashion.