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Versatile Outerwear

11.21.2017 WRITTEN BY Sasha Kupisk How to Wear, Shopping trends, What to Wear

Here at Tog + Porter, we’ve found that versatility is the secret to finding fabulous outerwear. There’s no need for countless jackets, you really only need a few well-picked pieces to keep you warm and looking chic throughout the winter.

Wool Wrap Coat

Stay stylishly sleek this autumn wrapped up in one of the season’s key pieces. Not only is the wrap coat the perfect way to elevate a simple outfit, its versatility allows it to be the perfect day to night piece. We recommend pairing with a ribbed turtleneck or long sleeve button down. We’re loving this one from DEX.


image via: DEX


For a more feminine spin on a classic coat, pick up a tweed jacket. Not only will the tweed instantly spice up any outfit, but it’s also the perfect way to take any outfit from drab to fab. Pair with a classic little black dress and a pair of heels or loafers for a super feminine look, or for a more casual approach, try it on with an oversized button-down and a pair of boyfriend jeans.

Zara, Tweed Jacket

image via: Zara

Down Vest

For a more casual look, try out a super chic down vest. The perfect piece for those confusing hot and cold weather days, we recommend styling yours with a long sleeve thermal or button down and jeans, or, for a more formal look, pairing with slacks and loafers.

Outerwear, Women Ultra Light Down Vest

image via: Uniqlo

Trench Coat

Nothing says “fall is here” more than a classic trench coat. Not only does the trench last forever, but it’s also sure to keep you warm.  This autumn, update your old trench coat with one in a tan or camel color that hits just above the knee.

Ralph Lauren Trench Coat

image via: Macy’s

Remember to look for pieces that aren’t constricting and will allow you to enjoy all your fall activities to the fullest while looking incredibly chic. Happy Hunting!

Looking to update your fall outerwear wardrobe? Schedule an appointment with one of our stylists today.

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