The best way to dress up for that winter chill is in boots and scarves. Who doesn't adore them? While I've always stuck to my beloved peacoat for those freezing cold days, it is never wrong to switch it up with a trenchcoat. The trenchcoat is a very clean-cut, London style coat that is often seen paired with boots. We’ve typically seen this reoccurring style with Burberry’s Fall/Winter runway collections. Thanks to London’s rainy weather, they know what’s best when it comes to winter coats.
While camel is all the sensation this season, beige isn't too far from it. Our darling fashionista is dressed up in a classic Ralph Lauren style; a flannel shirt, grey turtle neck and riding boots paired with a Kenneth Cole trenchcoat. The flannel shirt never goes out of style just like much of Ralph Lauren’s garments, which is what makes it so classic. The trenchcoat can be worn with leggings and boots or how our fashionista wore it with a pair of Juicy Couture jeans.
This outfit is a perfect way of offsetting brown and black by having the perfect shade of brown (aka beige) with the dark-chocolate brown Coach bag and the black riding boots. This is also the perfect way to start the semester, because we all want to show off our Christmas gifts and winter buys on the first day of school. Even if you’re not into this preppy look, it’s always nice to change up your closet with a hint of something you’d never wear.
Hint: To re-do this look you can find a flannel at Urban Outfitters in whichever color you desire and if you want to go all out on the trenchcoat, you can get it at Michael Kors. If not, no worries! You can get this camel look at an affordable price at Forever 21. No accessories are needed for this outfit because the mixing and matching speak for themselves. So, if you want to be adventurous, there are many collections with prints and all sorts of colors to add to your wardrobe of coats.