8 Secrets to Wearing Camel Coats with Flair

Camel coats are not really new. They have been fall and winter must-haves for as long as I can remember. But they’ve become a thing again in recent years. Have you seen those A-listers make those bulky coats look like they’re the easiest things to wear? Oh, you got to love how famous fashionistas, like Victoria Beckham, Ashley Olsen, Vanessa Hudgens and even Stella McCartney herself, the fashion designer loved by many in tinsel town.

Personally, what I love most about this sophisticated outwear is that it can transform any outfit into a well-put together ensemble. So, Do you want to look ravishing like those famous celebs in these highly coveted classic coats? Here’s how:

  • With Fashion Gusto

This chic and elegant get-up is definitely the marks of a true shopaholic. It’s composed of designer and carefully handpicked pieces, including this long pleated skirt. This well-put together outfit is definitely a must-try this fall.

  • On-Trend and Spot On

Carwash skirts are a huge thing again. And with a trendy camel open front draped cardigan and strappy peep-toe booties, you’ll be looking like an in-demand Hollywood star. Rock this spot-on outfit with a statement gold necklace, and add a fringed clutch to finish your look.

  • Inspired by Strength and Power

This business chic ensemble looks perfect on Amal Alamuddin, a.k.a. Mrs. George Clooney, who’s a woman of immense strength, power and influence. This means that this attire would be perfect for a classy office look. To copy this style, you’ll need a midi sheath dress, delicate pumps, leather handbag and a camel double-breasted A-line coat. Let the outfit speak for itself though by only opting for minimal accessories, like a gold bangle.

  • Splendid Evening Get-Up

Don’t you hate it when you’re invited to an important event and you can’t wear that strapless dress you’ve been dying to wear? Well, you don’t have to wear loose-fitting clothes just because it’s cold outside. Right? With a lovely camel coat, you can rock any dress, like a black eyelash lace dress or bodycon asymmetric frock, even on a chilly night. For a splendid ensemble, let such a sultry dress do all the talking by wearing minimal accessories and a simple but sexy pair of heels.

  • Understated Glam

Going on a night out with friends or to a romantic lunch date with your beau? Don’t let the unforgiving weather ruin a supposedly rockin’ outfit by covering up a smashing crop top and skirt combo with this classic topper. With short pencil skirt and killer heels, you can show off your pins while you’re out and about in town.

  • Sweet, Sexy Thang

Want to feel girly for a Thn? Go for something sweet and demure in a bodycon or wrap asymmetric skirt underneath a shired-hem double-breasted coat paired with knee-high boots. You can also go an A-line eyelash lace dress and a flared double-breasted trench coat with pointed flats. Accessorize with a scarf and a satchel bag or a tote.

  • Lust-Worthy Casual

When you want something casual but a little bit seductive for your brunch date, team up a navy blue turtleneck with cuffed boyfriend jeans, wedge lace-up booties and satchel bag for a casual day in the city. And to achieve a full-fledged fashionista style, throw in a belted coat and chunky jewelry.

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  • Minimal Perfection

Since the star of all of these glorious attires is the camel coat, why not highlight it by wearing a classic and minimal number underneath, like a loose white tee, black fitted trousers and suede heels with simple baubles? The ensemble may look simple to your imagination but once you pull it off, you’ll see that it’s an outfit worth a second or two glances your way.

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You see? You can’t ever go wrong with a flawless clothing piece like a camel coat. Try these style suggestions today and let me know how it goes.

8 Secrets to Wearing Camel Coats with Flair | Lookbook Store

8 Secrets to Wearing Camel Coats with Flair


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