MEN'S WINTER COAT GUIDE | Natalie in the City - A Chicago Plus Size Fashion Blog, by Natalie Craig
Natalie in the City - A Chicago Plus Size Fashion Blog, by Natalie Craig

A PLUS SIZE LIFE + STYLE BLOG

November 23, 2013

MEN'S WINTER COAT GUIDE



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  • Pea coats can give any outfit a dapper look. Layer your favorite sweater or long sleeve underneath. These coats are very versatile so you can wear any wash or material of pants that you desire! The look above is kind of preppy, if you like that stick with oxford shoes, if you want to keep it casual go with modest sneakers like navy Vans. 





Mens Jacket 1



  • Most people try to get wrinkles out of their clothes, but this fall we saw  wrinkled coats like its cool or something... Well it is. This type of coat goes pretty well with almost anything.The wrinkled coat is very casual so dress it up with a button-up shirt, neutral or dark wash jeans, and top it off with a scarf (if you like scarves). I love boots with this because it helps maintain the polished and casual look.




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  • Heavy duty coats like the denim one above can get a little bulky so layer it with a fitted hoodie or long sleeve shirt. Even though the coat is denim you can still wear your usual pair of jeans. Pick a pair that is a different shade from the coat (ONLY if you are going denim on denim). As you can see above there are three different shades of gray and they work perfectly together! Top your look off with your favorite pair of kicks.





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  • Contrast sleeves are very trendy this winter for men. A leather and denim mix are common alongside denim and cotton. The leather sleeves on this coat offer a sharper look, so you can throw a T-shirt or a long sleeve on underneath. Dark wash jeans look better than destroyed, multi-wash, and busy looking jeans with this coat. Top this look off with sneakers or chukka boots (middle).
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