This is the ultimate winter wardrobe staple.
A good camel coat is the best investment you can make for the next season. Although it may seem early, I assure you that now is the right time to purchase one, especially since there are so many amazing deals.
The versatility and ingenuity of a camel coat are a great investment. It’s one of the most versatile winter coats. A well-tailored camel jacket can make any outfit look more expensive, whether it’s worn over an oversized suit or knitted midi dress or worn with joggers and sweatshirts.
Which style of camel coat should you choose?
Camel coats don’t have to be boring. There are so many style options. The double-breasted or midi-length, buttonless belted versions are all great options. However, this season, it’s all about daring designs.
The ankle-grazing, oversized look I love, as seen on Max Mara’s catwalk at Fendi and Fendi, is my favorite. But I also love casual. It could be the Moncler puffer jacket or Brunello Cucinelli’s shearling-lined shell coat at Stella McCartney. Another key feature is tactile textures. Bottega Veneta’s fringe shearling coat and Max Mara’s teddy coat are high on my list.
You can find affordable options at COS, Arket, and Boden. You can also check out Mango and Zara for something more trendy.
How to style your camel coat
“I have worn camel coats forever. There’s something about the biscuity tone that makes me feel warm and crumbly. I love the puffer jacket and wool coat equally and will happily invest in any coat in these shapes if they win my heart.
“This year, I will be searching for a long wool coat. It should be double-breasted or fitted. It will be paired with very long, straight or slightly flared jeans and a pointed boot or shoe with a high collar or fitted roll-neck jumper. It’s very classic and adorable!”
For sporty, stylish days, the idea of a cropped puffer in the ’90s – worn with cargo pants and fantastic trainers is great.”