Camel coat

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This styling can be created by simple means: the ecru-colored half turtleneck I put together with blue jeans, white sneakers and a camel coat and scarf. This is a very comfortable set for autumn weather consisting of three colors: camel (beige), blue and brightening ecru (can be cream or even light gray).

The beige coat has been the base of my year-round ensembles for years. It is a closet item that survives trends and, like a chameleon, adapts to a wide variety of looks (elegant, casual, minimalist, sporty or retro). If you’re still wondering whether it’s worth investing in such a coat, I suggest: of course it’s worth it. In today’s set, I brightened up the camel coat with two bright elements, a turtleneck and boots, and as a result conquered the combination of beige and blue, which is timeless and always looks very good.

Which camel coat to choose

I have written about camel coats many times before. When choosing one, pay attention to the color, composition and cut. The most versatile will be a coat in a classic shade of camel (one that does not go into other side colors: orange, red, brown, cream). It would be worth it if it had wool in its composition, and not in trace amounts. The last important point is the cut, which is best suited to the figure; it can be a classic camel single-breasted or double-breasted coat, before the knee, necessarily with a collar and a slight waistline is welcome. From the details, pay attention to the buttons (corner buttons are the best), pockets (slanted pockets with or without patches look very good) and the finish of the sleeves. And finally, a practical note on sizing. When measuring such a coat, it is worth bearing in mind that it will most often be used in colder weather, and therefore we are likely to wear a jacket, blazer or warm sweater under it. In such a combination, it can not ugly our figure or severely restrict our movements. Sometimes it is better to choose a size larger than we wear every day.

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