Winter Warmers: Cocoon Coat


Most people do not know how to wear a coat in the winter. Do you go for a full length cocoon coat or a crop jacket, leather or suede, thick or thin? The possibilities are endless.  
longline Cocoon Coat

This year we can rule out the fur coat, as it has proven to leave you looking bulky and is hard to match with an outfit. Velvet coats are hard to keep looking good for next year, and short jackets leave you cold in the icy winter months. So what is the coat of choice this year? Why the cocoon coat of course.

Rose Embroidered Bomber Coat
The cocoon coat is stylish and elegant and long enough to do it’s function of keeping you warm whilst looking 100% glam. Whilst this coat is generally simple and cute, it does come in a variety of different styles, like wool cocoon coat,stadium cloth cocoon coat,black cocoon coat, different collars, colors and fabrics, it is easy to choose a style that will suit you.
Hooded Striped Two Pockets Wool Coat
This coat compliments any shape, for fuller girls, it hides your curves, whilst for skinny girls, it adds texture to your figure. You can layer up your clothing underneath or just wear a simple t-shirt it’s up to you. The combinations are truly endless with this new winter favorite.

If you feel that this design is too big for your small frame, accessorize, and a a cute belt to pull in your waist and define your shape.  
For shorter women, try a mid length version that stops mid thigh, this will split up your look, and give you the appearance of looking taller. Pair with heels and you are really good to go.

If you are taller, go for a longer version, stopping mid calf, or just below your knee. This will add to your height and give you a look of sophistication and glamour.

The cocoon coat comes in a variety of different colors, but a firm fashion favorite is tan. Pair it with a light colored skinny jean and matching tan boots for the ultimate winter look.

Checked Lapel Collar Cocoon Coat

If tan is not your thing, try a patterned coat. You can pair with a simple top and tight black pants or leggings for a unique style.

Cocoon coats do not need a lot of accessorizing as many styles tend to have a large collar. That said, this often leaves your neck exposed to the cold, so accessorizing with a scarf on cooler days is a good option. In the warmer fall months, try layering necklaces to create a fashionable twist on an old classic look.

Letter Embroidered Hooded Sequins Coat