Coat VS Cape : two comfortable trends for the winter

Coats are essential pieces for winter. They meet a functional need but, above all, give a sense of style and allure. Designers love to reinterpret it each season, proposing new volumes and new fabrics… Here is a decryption of the main winter trends.The long, straight men’s coat is one of the best sellers. We find a version with large shoulders, in masculine, heavy, winter materials. Inspired by military coats, it is worn oversized and brightened up with shoulder pads at Saint Laurent.The cinched waist, accentuated with a belt, highlights the feminine curves and becomes an object of desire.Black is essential from the morning to the evening. However, camel is the colour that will brighten up the winter.Tartan is another must-have this season. Conveying a country-chic style with a bit of rebellion and rock-and-roll.The trench is also revisited, made in warm materials and lightened up with cosy collars.The comforting, oversized, warm cocoon coat that we like to curl up in at winter, and the extremely comfortable, quilted, puffa coat which dares to mix textures for more personality. An adaptation on the protective coat is the soft, light, faux fur coat that will definitely be useful to have in the winter. A more original alternative is the cape. A very elegant and fashionable piece, not too warm, not too light. It goes well with all body types. It has a folk style with tartan and fringes, timeless chic, urban with jeans and sophisticated in black. It can be paired with trousers, shorts, a long dress… on a practical side, it is somewhere between a coat and a poncho and allows you to stay stylish.Music free to take : Blondie by Modern Aquatic (Himalaya) Artlist

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