If you think black coat starts to get boring, wait until you see how celebrity Margot Robbie and fashion designer Victoria Beckham looked amazing in their reliable black topper with little effort.
Within less than a month Victoria Beckham was seen rocking a black coat twice – for a girls´ night out and for a trip to a New York art gallery. Her peg is creating all-black look. She wears a black boyfriend hybrid coat with a mini dress and black pumps to meet up with the girls. She´s also spotted pulling off a loose overcoat over a pleated black top and smart trousers as she strolled and gathered inspirations at an art gallery. Learn how to wear a black coat from Victoria.
- Opt for an edgy black coat. Whether it´s a biker chic or a hybrid of boyfriend style and peacoat, look for an edgy black coat that speaks of boldness in the midst of mute. Double buckles and gold buttons are important details to note. Wear it girly with a black sexy frock.
- Go loose and interesting. An oversize coat with large lapels and pleated detailing in a contrasting fabric, or a textured-block outerwear, will complete a pair of smart trousers and black top.
But Victoria isn´t the only one seen looking fabulous in a black coat. Margot Robbie, female lead opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf Of Wall Street, also rocked the black coat look twice.
For an appearance on Good Morning America in New York last month, she went for a black and white peplum style top and a pair of tight black trousers pulled together with a black double-breasted long coat. For another promotional appearance, she wore the same black coat with a black and red wool dress.
- Wear as a cape. If you cover up a peplum silhouette – peplum top and fitted trousers or peplum dress , better wear your long black coat as a cape.
- On top a striking little dress. If you worry of looking dull in a black coverup, wear it over a colored, patterned, textured, or anything as long as it´s a statement little dress. Make sure to wear your coat open so they see what you´re rocking beneath.
The classic double-breasted coat is now updated with military-inspired edge and tough leather trim. Elongate your vertical line and feel this coat swing atop your pair of rugged skinny jeans.
A classic coat that will never go out of date. Lots of modern details make this black, military-inspired coat covetable but the crisp fold-over collar and buttoned epaulets are my favorite.
Kenneth Cole Women’s Double-Breasted Tulip Coat
definitely not your any other black coat. It´s lovely tulip hem creates a feminine for a very fantastic price.
Larry Levine Classic Single-Breasted Coat
Every girl needs to have a coat that fits right, makes your warm and snuggles right on your curves. This fish mouth lapelled coat accentuates your curves and doesn´t make you look heavy or bulky.
Miss Sixty Women’s Flare Dress Coat
If oversized coats aren´t your style, try a fit and flare dress coat featuring inverted pleats. It makes you look elegant and allows comfortable movement.