The wrap coat

 Coat, £79.99, Zara; Edie Bag, Lulu Guinness at Zalando; Rivington Jeans, £28, Asos;
Betty Snake-effect Boots, £36, Topshop

I have a real thing for coats. I've slowly built up a little collection over the years which I hope to share with you, if I ever finish editing my USA roadtrip vlogs. 

The silhouette of the season and my current favourite variety is the Wrap Coat. Not only does the super flattering style cinch you in your waist, it also covers you almost from head-to-toe. Not only ensuring that you keep cosy from dawn-to-dusk but also concealing any love-worn styles that you're trying to see through this winter. I like to invest in a great coat which I can then layer over more affordable staples from Primark.

I picked up this grey oversized style from Zara a few months back as I hadn't yet brought any of coats from home, home down to London and was assisting on a location shoot. I popped into the best Zara on Oxford St (you know the one!) and fell instantly in love with this style. Very reasonably priced at under £100 it's a real steal. One of my favourite features, aside from the huge pockets and dressing gown vibe is it's loose sleeves, which are great at acclimatising you yo an overcrowded tube after a walk in the bitter cold.

A really accessible trend from the AW15 catwalk, take inspiration from The Row's multi-tonal style and shop this reversible wrap option from Whistles. Wear over all your favourite weekend outfits or team yours with tonal separates for extra effect.

Shop my edit of the most covetable belted outerwear...
Reversible Wrap Coat, £250, Whistles; Cashmere Wrap Coat, £225, Topshop Boutique; Military Belted Coat, £149 currently £119.20, M&S Collection; Stone Belted Coat, £49.99, New Look; Grenat Oversized Wool Coat, £450, Maje; Faux-fur Winter Cuff Coat, £160, River Island Studio; Rust Belted Wrap Coat, £39.99, New Look; Augustus Two-Tone Silk and Cashmere Coat, £4,540, The Row; Camel Wool-blend Coat, £60, River Island; Cashmere Wrap Coat, £225, Topshop Boutique



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  2. I have a coat very similar to the one from ASOS the long grey one. I've lost the wrap belt though. Any suggestions on what to use for a belt for a coat like this?

  3. Wow Looking Nice! The wrap coat is a timeless piece of outerwear that has been a staple in fashion for decades. Its versatile design makes it a popular choice for both casual and formal occasions, and it comes in a variety of materials and styles to suit different tastes


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