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Length Coats – Different Types And Pair Up Options

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Right after the summers comes the fall and so does the need to cover up in a length coat. You have a multitude of choices to choose from when it comes to fall and winter coats; however, remaining warm yet stylish at the same time needs you to have a good fashion understanding. Today, let us get set to explore some of the top styles of length coats that rule the market and how you can pair them up with other outfits and accessories!

Pea Coat


This classic coat style was originally worn by sailors to keep them warm on their long voyages. Also it has been a military favorite and now it has found its way among the list of the most fashionable coats of all times. Made from dense woven wool, these coats are apt for the chilly winters to keep you feeling cozy and toasty. It best suits those who are slim as it makes the waist look slim. Team them with chinos or jeans and hit the fall in style this season!

Trench coat


This quintessential winter coat is a must have for every wardrobe. These were worn by military men during the World War I who stayed in trenches, and so the name. Made famous by films like “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” and “Casablanca” the cinched belt of these coats adds up to the style quotient. Girls can wear them with dresses that go below the length of the trench coat for a glam look. They also go well with jeans, dress slacks and skirts. As for the guys, a grey trench coat with olive dress pants and black derby shoes is never going to fail you!

Swing Coat



A fashion staple for every girl, no other coat flatters the shape of its wearer as the elegant swing coat. It fits close to your body your shoulders and arms and as it goes down it floats away from your body. The long sized swing coats are best suited for pregnant ladies as they give a good cover to their belly bump. The ones in short length are best for cocktail parties and go well with fitted skirts and narrow fit pants. Wear a ruffled shirt and throw on an unbuttoned swing coat for a sexy look.

Leather Jacket


A leather jacket is a timeless classic in the history of fashion. Leather jackets are always a sensible investment as leather lasts for a long time and moreover they can be matched with almost anything. Padded leather jackets are the style mantras for falls and winters as they keep your body heated from the inside and trendy on the outside. Leather jackets with blue denims are an evergreen combination; however you can play with the color of your bottoms as anything is going to make a killing fashion statement when teamed with a leather jacket.




The good old Parka comes with a sizable hood and a full length zip or button to keep you warm right down the neck. Originally a boy’s thing, over the years, Parka jackets have also picked up favoritism among girls who have a fetish for the sporty look. Team ‘em up with a sweatshirt and baggy pants or slim fit jeans for an anytime casual get up.

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