How to wear a wrap coat this season

How to wear a wrap coat this season

 

 

How to wear a wrap coat this season.

If you are looking for a lightweight coat to wear over a jacket or thick  jumper the wrap shawl collar coat could well be the answer. A bit more formal and practical than the popular cape the wrap is ideal worn now over a blouse or light sweater and can be layered over a thicker sweater or jacket later in the season when the weather gets really chilly.

 

 

Pantone chart

 

 

I am wearing a slightly deeper shade of “Biscay Bay”, which I would describe as a blue toned green.

 

 

How to wear a wrap coat this season.

 

 

I have teamed my wrap with a pair of wide leg trousers and a bright pink polo neck sweater. It would look just as good for smart casual week-end wear worn with jeans or slim trousers.

 

Wool blend blanket coat by MandS
The pink polo neck I bought in France last year similar at John Lewis or if pink is not your colour other options here.
Wide black trousers old by Armani Collectioni similar here

Similar wrap coats at Nordstrom,  turtleneck sweaters and wide black trousers. 

 

 

 

 

 

5 Comments

  1. Pam@over50feeling40
    23rd September 2015 / 17:44

    These are gorgeous colors on you…and I really like the coat. I am so ready for some cold weather…bring it on!

  2. Kari
    24th September 2015 / 02:55

    great pictures of you, and it’s nice that you tied your outfit as an example of how to use the season color palette. Thank you!

  3. Penelope
    24th September 2015 / 21:29

    I just bought an unlined Merlot wrap coat at Zara-I love the colour and I am looking forward to wearing it this fall and winter.

  4. Marie Jackson
    25th September 2015 / 15:17

    Love the colour combination

  5. Susan (une femme)
    26th September 2015 / 17:11

    That color is lovely! I’d love to find something similar (unlined) for our climate.

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