The Best Winter Coats and Where to Find Them

A winter coat is always somewhat of an investment piece to save up for, but thinking about being wrapped around in a soft, luxurious wool blanket, has always made parting with the money that fraction easier. It’s one of the most timeless pieces in a wardrobe as a good quality and chic wool coat can see you through the years and really elevate your existing wardrobe. They’re as functional as they are beautiful, so here’s a rundown of some of my favourites.

The Sezane ‘Jim’ Coat

60% of thick, luxurious wool, this timeless coat feels incredibly premium. It’s a longline, double breasted, black coat, and I can’t think of anything more classic than this design combination.

& Other Stories Wool Blend Belted Coat

In a soft beige, this coat is oversized and cosy. It’s the perfect coat that goes with everything, from work wear to sneakers. The shade is as versatile as it gets in a classic beige, breaking up the dark colours we often gravitate towards in the Winter. Oh, and it’s 60% wool.

Mango Coats

I’ve had incredible luck when looking for coats at Mango in the past especially in the sale sections. Rummaging through the racks to find a coat that’s at least 50% wool whilst being on clearance, definitely leaves me feeling pretty happy with myself at the bargain. I’ve had Mango coats that I’ve had for 3 years that are still going strong.

Mute by JL Coats*

The most luxurious of the lot, crafted with the likes of merino wool and cashmere blends. It feels and looks different and if you’re looking for a splurge, these are some beautiful pieces. My favourite Nova Coat has 20% Cashmere and 80% Merino wool. This coat feels timeless but there is definitely a modern and feminine twist to it with the small details in the sleeves and on the back.

For 15% off your order, use the link here to the website https://www.mutebyjl.com/discount/Hel… Please use my code Helen2020 to receive the discount. The 15% off is valid till the 16th of April 11:59 PST.


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