I usually don’t allow the fall/winter season to pass without a denim on denim look. This fall/winter season had a chic 70s vibe to it and I’m here for it. The bell bottoms, the fringe, and the platforms are all favorites.
Let’s discuss this winter essential….the puffer coat. The puffer jacket’s trademark is its sectioned or quilted design. It’s exterior is comprised of a number of puffy sections that are separated by seams and are filled with down or a synthetic material that is intended to provide warmth to the wearer. The jackets are typically both light and warm, unlike heavy wool coats.
Winter has made it’s appearance and we all have to prepare ourselves for the next 3 months. I’m not a huge fan of puffer coats but I am a huge fan of staying warm. It gives you a bit more protection against severe weather conditions than a peacoat or leather coat. It can also usually withstand rain or snow.
Puffer coats can cost anywhere from $50-$1000. I’m a believer in sticking with the lower end but quality end for coats. If you’re anything like me, you’ll need at least 3-4 coats for the winter and paying hundred of dollars for one is just not savvy shopping. You shouldn’t have to break the bank to get a coat to stay warm during the winter months.
As you can see I prefer a puffer coat in a great color and with a cinch at the waste.
Here are 10 puffer coats for under $100:
Will you be wearing a puffer coat this winter?
Metallics are a great neutral yet statement option to add a bit of flare to any outfit. Whether you choose to go with a metallic shoe or a clutch you’re sure to add something to your look. Please don’t be intimidted by metallics, you can wear them with almost anything, from jeans to your favorite dress.
Clutches are an easy, but quick way to ease metallics into your wardrobe. Take your time. Looking like a disco ball is a legitimate concern and shouldn’t be taken lightly. There are appropriate times to rock a disco inspired look but for every day look…not so much.