Now, common sense will tell you that you should probably trade in your trusty Harrington jacket for a longline wool coat — sharpish. But if you’re looking for something a little more trend-led this season, why not swap out your favorite fall layer for one of these cold-weather-ready coats instead? Here are three steezy styles to try out this winter...
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3 FALL LAYERS TO UPDATE FOR WINTER
By Lakeisha Goedluck, December 7, 2018
From velvet to fleece, there’s plenty of on-trend textures to choose from this season — but you’re most likely to spot a street-styler championing cord. If you were on the ball and bagged yourself a jacket made out of the fabric at the beginning of fall, upgrade your cropped number and go for a longline version instead. Stick to one in a light-brown shade and rock it with a hoodie and staple black jeans à la this dude.
It’s highly likely that everyone will be rocking emergency-orange gear well into the new year, so swap out your lightweight jacket for a sturdy puffer in the color that’ll last you until early March. As your coat will look so striking, opt for laid-back pieces when it comes to the rest of your get-up. A basic sweatshirt, jeans and minimal kicks should do the trick.
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Just like the adage about wearing florals in spring, it's commonplace to crack out your check-print gear as soon as the temperature drops. By now, your wardrobe is probably full of fresh check overshirts, but it's time to take it that one step further and sort yourself out with a longline coat in the print. Follow in this guy’s footsteps and wear your outerwear option with cropped jeans and a clean pair of white kicks for a traditional look with a road-ready twist.