You might also want to think twice in putting on those lavish furs she has. A coat is a necessity in the winter season but with just the right amount of being finicky and some sense of style we might just turn this old timer outfit to a fashion statement.
Here are some tips on choosing the best coat.
- First off, assess your figure.
- Highlight a good curve with double breasted coat or choose a design where you can overlie the coat and produce a v-neck style.
- If you are blessed with great hips, accentuate it with a chic shawl coat. Try fur coats that would highlight your hips.
- On a full breasted figure a turtleneck coat would look formal and sleek; it will make your breast appear an inch or so less.
- For women more on the petite side do away from bulky coat as it would make you appear shorter. Choose a single-breasted cut coat. Keep it simple and elegant.
- You can fake an unfavorable figure by choosing a waterfall coat that would just fall down stylishly away from the problem spots.
- If you go for the classic look, you would never go wrong with black or khaki trench coats over some pair of jeans
- Your daily activities would also dictate on which coat to pick. Knee length overcoats are best when you drive or if you are more of the always-on-the-go type. Though mid-thigh cut would flatter a tall figure knee lengths thigh is more practical.
- Aside from the style, coats are primarily made to keep us warm. Thanks for Thinsulate technology, we can now junk the bulky and thick coats and go for coats of synthetic material with slimmer fit with more varied style to choose from. They still provide the same warmth big coats do.
- In addition with woolen coats they are a wide variety of fiber you can choose from. You can prefer viscose, polyester or plaid for inside linings. Suede and leather exteriors would also do to cope with the winter season.