Trends in Coats Fall Winter 2008 2009

Little by little the winter draws near and comes to acquire one of the purchases of Winter Star: wrap. Today we show you the best options that offer us the catwalks for this season.

In the parade of Chloe We could see coats three-quarter-type male, to combine with feminine dresses, flowers, or type sailor to combine applications dresses, a contrast that looks great. In Donna Karan they opted for the style of the 1940s, with autumnal shades and lapels large coats.

While other designers, created more original options, as Marc Jacobs for Louis Vuitton and Yves Saint Laurent for Stefano Pilatti, He made parade long coats with panels of architectural forms.

In Proenza Schouler they chose to give prominence to the shoulders with layers that overlap, a possibility that has delighted one of the Olsen twins.

The trench return to year after year, and the option of Sherlock Holmes style coat (with mini coat included), is ideal to combat the cold without loosing an apex of elegance. In addition, the color is an added plus, as in this of Paul & Joe. One of the strongest trends in coats they are the of military type, like this of Aquascutum that it extends down to the ground. The coats are double breasted in dorado, with gilded cuffs and shoulder details.

In the Burberry fashion show has been one of the best collections of coats, and all are with maxicollar out of the shelter. One of the must haves for this winter is the print pictures, and what better way to take it in a coat like this of D & G, of which can be found a replica cheaper in Zara Trafaluc.

Back to the shelters of 80’s style, I love the silhouette of this Louis Vuitton coat and sure there are any resemblance in the closet of our mothers.