Camel Coat

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It seems strange writing this on a 30 degree day, but I’ve just returned from winter in the UK and autumn is just around the corner in Australia.

For me, a key item in any autumn and winter wardrobe is a wool camel coat. It is something that is going to last and is a great neutral basic item. A camel coat, like shoes and handbags, can be worn and paired with so many different pieces in your wardrobe.

I have had a camel coat since University days but after trying my last one on, I knew it was time to get a new one. I had worn it every winter but styles and fits have changed, as had my style. So before I headed back to the UK in December last year, I found the coat I was after.

It’s from the Marks and Spencer ‘Autograph’ collection. It is long, has a tailored fit, feels lovely to wear and above all, it keeps me warm.

To look good in a wool camel coat you don’t need to break the bank. This was £99. I couldn’t believe it, after looking at the prices of coats in Sydney stores and my favourite online sites.

I wore it so much while being back in the UK, and will be wearing it again in a few months on cold days here in Sydney. This is going to be in my wardrobe for many years.

Love Abbey x x x

Wearing:
Outfit 1 (Portman Square) – Marks & Spencer Autograph coat; All Saints trosuers and jumper; Jimmy Choo shoes; Chanel necklace; Louis Vuitton bag
Outfit 2 (Covent Garden) – Marks & Spencer Autograph coat; Abercrombie & Fitch jeans; Stuart Weitzman Lowland boots; Burberry scarf; Village Hats bakerboy hat; Louis Vuitton bag

 

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