One good thing about an ankle-length coat is that it covers you up almost completely. This means you and your clothes will stay dryer in the rain and warmer in the cold, especially when it comes to your legs. And they also have that long cool style that can be very appealing. Just make sure the coat is wide enough at the ankles so that you can take natural strides comfortably. There is no point in looking cool if the coat impedes your gait.
Ankle-length waterproof coat:
Ankle-length waterproof coats pictured:
Left: Superbaby Women Long Belted Fuax Fur Hooded High Quality Down, black
Middle: Jessica London Women’s Plus Size Long Hooded Raincoat, dark teal black
Right: Outback Trading Co. Low Rider Duster Mens Coat Brown 100% Cotton Oilskin
Bridesmaid dresses have a bad reputation for coming in the most horrible colors. This is a comical exaggeration, but if you want to avoid this cliche, a simple solution is to consult with your bridesmaid as to what colors they like, and try to come to a consensus. You may want to avoid bold bright colors, and go for something in a more muted or pastel hue. Coral is a good example of a color that isn’t too strong while being quite attractive.
Coral colored bridesmaid dresses:
Coral colored bridesmaid dresses pictured:
1- PacificPlex Lace Mesh Knee-Length Cocktail Bridesmaid Homecoming Dress
2- Hot from Hollywood Sheer Sweetheart V-Neck Empire Draped Flowy Evening Cocktail Bridesmaid Dress
3- Fashion Plaza Chiffon One-shoulder Bridesmaid Evening Cocktail Party Dress D0165
4- Ever Pretty Women’s One Shoulder Ruffles Padded Bridesmaid Dress
African fabric is often very colorful, and its patterns can be intricate or bold. This means that when the fabric is used for making dresses, the result is just beautiful. Long dresses are especially suited for this type of fabric, because they show off more of the colors and patterns than shirts or short dresses would. These dresses, whether they are genuine waxprints or not, are perfect for hot summer days and nights.
African print maxi dresses:
African print maxi dresses pictured:
1- African Inspired Fashions Long Traditional African Print Tube Dress – Orange – Available in Many Colors
2- D’IYANU Women’s African Print Lace Top High-Low Dress, green
3- D’IYANU Women’s African Print Maxi Dress, yellow
4- African Inspired Fashions Long Traditional African Print Cotton Blend Sundress Sun Dress – white
Just because a garment is labelled as “suede” does not mean it is actually real leather. In fact some clothing that manufacturers call suede are in fact made of 100% synthetic materials. If you are mostly concerned about the look of a suede jacket or coat, then this is not really an issue. But if you want the real thing, make sure your coat is labelled as being 100% suede leather. It will be real, but it will also be much more expensive, of course.
Mens brown suede coat:
Mens brown suede coats pictured:
Left: BGSD Men’s “David” Spanish Merino Shearling Car Coat, distressed cognac
Middle: Gucci Men’s Brown 100% Suede Leather Double Breasted Belted Coat US XS IT 46
Right: TheLees Mens Slim Fit Notched Lapel Double Breasted Belted Suede Trench Coat, dark brown
Whatever the shade of green you prefer, be it hunter, moss, army, bottle, or even bright lime, you should have no problem finding a wool coat that suits you. You’ll have to decide on length – short, three-quarter or knee length – and you’ll have to choose between single or double-breasted, zippered or duffle-style hooks. And then there are other options such as fur linings, pockets, and so on. Add a beautiful scarf and you’re ready to take on winter in style!
Womens green wool coat:
Womens green wool coats pictured:
Left: DAPENE® Women New Lapel Fur Collar Double Breasted Winter Wool Coat, bright green
Middle: Elizabeth and James Women’s Reagan Coat, Bottle Green/Charcoal
Right: Hee Grand Women Wool Blends Double Breasted Long Sleeve Winter Coat