The clocks have gone back, the weather has taken a turn for the worse, and Halloween and Bonfire Night are well behind us. It can only mean one thing… it’s time to get your winter coat for 2014! Here is our edit of the best vintage and handmade women’s coats from across the UK, so you can look hot when it’s not…
The Bold One
Brighten up the dreary days with a bright, buttery yellow coat. With a fresh new shape, and bold contrasting trim, this piece is perfect for making a statement in the great outdoors.
The Classic Cobalt
You can’t get much classier than this traditional long line style that suits all shapes. Cobalt is everywhere this season, and with this coat, you’ll be bang on trend with every outfit.
Now this is an investment piece if we ever saw one. Bring the 70s fur trend smack bang up-to-date with acid bright colours.
The Suede One
Perhaps a little impractical in the rain, but you can’t get much more luxe than a suede wrap-tie coat. Channel your inner 70s diva and wear with knee high boots and a roll-neck jumper.
The Structured Cape
Part 1940s nurse, part mysterious magician, this cape totally works. This piece has more modern structure than previous slouchy cape trends, and who can resist a waist cinching belt?
The Belted Beauty
Goes with everything, keeps you warm, and has bags of style? Tell us what this miracle coat looks like?! Well this camel belted ‘dressing-gown’ style coat comes pretty darn close.
The Military Style
This style never goes out of favour. Classic, structured and perfect for wintery autumn walks. This multi-functional beauty will work over jeans and wellies during the day or over a sultry evening dress at night.
The Slouchy Coat-igan
Feeling guilty about wanting to wear your pyjamas outside in this rubbish weather? (Us too). Here’s the answer: a slubby, cosy cardigan-style coat – and it’s made from organic cotton, so you really don’t have to feel guilty!
Liking our picks of the best winter coat trends? What’s your winter wardrobe staple? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @EtsyUK!