Guest Post: Keeping Warm - Fall & Winter Coats

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Friday, October 11, 2013
Hey everybody!
 I have a great guest post today talking about my favourite "cold weather" piece = The COAT. I've been living in my Zara anorak since I bought it last month, so I'm totally partial to the parka styles shown below. One can't have too many coats, right? Hehe... 
Anywho, take a peak and tell me which ones are your faves!
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As the cold weather slowly dawns upon us we’ve arrived at that time of year when a flimsy cardy just won’t do. Now is the perfect opportunity to get ahead of the game and start thinking about that trusty winter coat. Finding a coat which will keep you cosy without sacrificing style can be like looking for a needle in a haystack, so here’s a selection of fabulously fashionable and functional jackets that won’t let you down.

The Military Parade Parka Coat by French Connection fuses army inspired fashion with key features to keep you warm in the winter weather. A classic khaki parka has been teamed with black faux leather sleeves and a faux fur trim on the hood for an ultimately stylish and feminine feel. As well as looking great, the Military Parade Parka includes a removable quilted gilet for extra warmth on chillier days.

In a gorgeous deep plum colour with dark faux leather trims, the Ichi Tatja Parka Jacket boasts one of fashions favourite winter tones. The long length and adjustable hood provide excellent shelter from cold winds whilst the super soft Sherpa lining and quilting keeps you snug in style.

A turn-to for an effortless on-trend look, camo print is perfect for contemporary casual styling throughout the year. The lightly padded Billabong Middelton Jacket is ideal for those milder autumn days and features a fully adjustable hood for even more protection and ample pockets to store all of your essentials.

The Roxy City College Jacket is just right for everyday wear with simplicity and style. The silver/grey cotton fabric will complement pretty much every item in your clothing collection. Wear this jacket alone for lightweight warmth on milder days or together with the removable, quilted lining with jersey hood for additional warmth when needed.

The Minkpink Ambush Coat shows off all of our favourite animal prints in one wildy wonderful creation. With a cosy, shaggy fur lined hood and a soft jersey lining, the Ambush Coat will keep you incredibly comfortable in winter ready safari chic.

With an explosion of Native American style prints this season, the Navajo inspired Element Helena Jacket is worthy of a place in any modern woman’s wardrobe. Aside from its pattern perfect appearance, this jacket features a Sherpa lined hood for cosy comfort and soft shelter.
Now there’s no excuse for choosing substance over style, you can have both with any of the fantastic jackets featured above.

Natalie Gale is an online content writer for Surfdome.com. Surfdome specialise in the latest fashions and best equipment for extreme sports such as skating, surfing and snowboarding
2 comments on "Guest Post: Keeping Warm - Fall & Winter Coats"
  1. love ur blog! keep in touch xo
    following u now

    http://iamaleena.blogspot.com.au/

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  2. I like these Jackets. I just bought a cozy new jacket at Berlington the other day. They had some great deals there. It was about $50 less than I had seen it for in the department stores.

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