Winter fashion
Apr
27th

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At the end of last Winter I threw away the plum coloured Target coat I’d been wearing for the past two years. It was tatty looking, depsite a dry cleaning, and I knew that I’d gotten my money’s worth out of it. So I’ve been wearing a very casual duffle type of coat these last few weeks now that the weather’s truly turned cold here in Melbourne. I mean, yesterday was positively ICY, right? So it was high time for a new coat that was a little bit more tailored and chic than the duffle coat I was dagging around in, particularly to wear to work and on weekends if we go out.

I had seen some nice ones in Portmans, but ultimately I didn’t feel like they were the best quality – some of them were quite thin, but were still up around the $200 mark. When I buy a Winter coat I want warmth and value for money. So I wandered around Myer and a few other shops until I ended up in Forever New, which isn’t a shop I frequent much these days. But I was happy to discover that they have a range of coats and jackets in store in a great variety of styles. I wanted a basic black or brown coat I could wear with everything, and I found the coat pictured above. It’s the Imogen Biker Coat, and it set me back $150. It’s thick, lined, and it’s a wool blend, so it’s sure to keep me warm this Winter. I love the wide, asymetrical collar, and the zipper and gold belt give it a bit of bling for nights out. It’s comfy and stylish and I really think it looks a lot more expensive than it was!

Until next time,

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2 comments on “Winter fashion

  1. Natalie

    Forever New always has surprisingly lovely coats, often with a really chic ladylike 50s/60s feel. That one’s a good pick up.

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    1. JuliaJulia Post author

      Thanks!

      I honestly barely go in there anymore, but I popped in to look at a pretty sparkly black Winter dress they have in stock (sadly they didn’t have my size) and was amazed by all the coats they had. So many nice colours too, a lot of pale pinks and navys and plums, as well as basic black. I’ll definitely have to pop in there more often!

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