14 Sep 2017

9 Transitional Fall Coats


I can’t believe how warm it’s been in New York this week! I don’t know about you but I am so excited for cooler temperatures.

There’s something about shopping for fall clothes that gets me so excited. Did you see my September wish list earlier this week? I literally want everrryyything from Tuckernuck this season. I also rounded up some great blazers last week, too!

I haven’t replenished my fall coats in a few years so I am on a mission to find some new light weight coats. New York weather can be a bit unpredictable so having a variety of fall coats to chose from is essential for living and working in the city.

Keep reading for some of my favorite fall coats I’ve added to my wish list..

Whenever I’m shopping for coats, I try to look for pieces that I can wear easily from work to happy hour. I love making more of a statement with coats (any time of year, really) incorporating colors or patterns.

This plaid topper coat from Topshop is at the top of my list. It would look great paired with ripped denim or black pants. Plus it’s only $101 dollars! I’m a firm believer that a girl should have at least one trench coat in her closet.

This Faux Leather Trim Trench from Nordstrom is super cute and under $200 dollars. I’m still wearing a trench coat from Banana Republic I got in 2011!

Does anyone else have a thing for military coats? I’m obsessed with this navy wool-blend coat and can we talk about the gold buttons for a second?! Done.

Last but not least, a military green jacket for fall is a must. This one from Madewell is super cute and definitely on my wish list for fall.

What are some of your favorite coat styles for this time of year? Xo. Lauren


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