I love fall and winter if for no reason other than I can wear all my pretty layers. One item I consistently have to stop myself from buying is a new coat. I've stopped myself from buying so many raincoats because I already have one...but someday I'll have all the things!
I think it's important to not only have an array of outerwear for climate variations, but also because let's face it: in the fall and winter there can be entire days where your outfit is whatever you picked to wear on the outside. This is how it was when I went to London and walked around all day and when I was in Seoul. What I wore under the warm things was rarely seen. Also an array of gloves, scarves, and hats is important for the same reason.
|Green Raincoat: From Stratford-upon-Avon. |
Switched green buttons for gold.
|Vintage camel cape with real fur collar.|
Belonged to a relative. Have yet to wear it out.
|Orange Winter Coat. Replaced black buttons |
for bronze ones I got in Seoul.
|Eddie Bauer Norfolk meets the 1940s. |
I wear this jacket the most. It's 100% wool and spans fall and winter.
|Bavarian Eisenhower Jacket, or at least that's what I call it. |
Purchased at a wardrobe thrift store in Burbank. Wool with suede details.
|All Saints lamb leather jacket purchased in |
Santa Monica 8 months after I fell in love with it in London.
|it has tails and is the softest animal skin you've ever felt. So supple.|
|Navy Spring Jacket from Primark in London. |
The sleeves are bracelet length and I just LOVE this jacket!