HOW TO WEAR A WRAP COAT

HOW TO WEAR A WRAP COAT

With the constant rainfall we’ve been having these past weeks, it’s easy to want to wear and live in a wrap coat. Wrap coats are an easy style piece to wear because with the right fit and belt, they often offer the elegant look of a dress. With this look, layering the black wrap coat over a metallic dress, tights & knee boots, gave a pretty & graceful finish. Although we’re only now seeing rays of spring starting to shine through, the rain is still clearly present and it’s not yet time swap the umbrella for a visor. This practical and warm wrap coat has a gorgeous kimono style design and beautiful fabric sheen. Its wrap style make it easy to wear and flattering on most shapes given its relaxed fit. The best part is being able to use any suitable belt to accentuate your waist.

Another great feature of this look is the cutest accessory, the dog-print clutch that actually doubles as a jewellery case. It’s a piece from Catseye that I carry around in my bag when I need to offload some arm candy and also sometimes use as an adorable clutch. As a dog lover (of the canine kind), the vibrant pug print is perfection and Catseye have many other great prints.

Cateyes have the most fabulous accessories that you’ll love, so I wanted to share the animal love with you. Catseye were kind enough to send me a cute cat clutch to giveaway to my readers. So stay tuned tomorrow for all the Catseye clutch bag giveaway details.

HOW TO WEAR A WRAP COAT
HOW TO WEAR A WRAP COAT

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Black/Gold Link Belt

Similar | Belted Wrap Coat

Metallic Dress

Knee Platform Boots

Dog Print Clutch/Case | Catseye | Gifted

Black Umbrella

2 Comments

  1. 05-02-2014 / 05:38

    You look fabulous even in the rain. Cute jewelry case, excited to see your giveaway and learn more about this company. I just figured out you are in England, I might have forgot. For some reason I thought you were an LA girl too haha.
    xo
    Tiffy
    CuteLA.com

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