A shearling coat is one of the finest items to have this fall and winter, especially if you want to look good and keep warm all at the same time. But with its immense bulk, it can be hard to style well. If you have some fashion problems when it comes to shearling, worry not! Here are some ideas that can help you rock the fleece coat like a supermodel.
Brown is Beautiful
If you want a safe yet stylish look, then choose a brown shearling coat. It’s very easy to pair with neutral colors, even bright hues and printed designs.
Shearling + Jeans = Perfect!
Shearling is a tough look to pull off, but if you want to look effortlessly chic, then pair it with your favorite jeans. What’s great about this look is that you can go crazy with the match-up. You can pick any stylish thing for innerwear (although plaid is all the rage this season.) As for shoe pairing, see “Get Some Booty.”
Color is Chic
While brown shearling coats are undoubtedly exquisite, you can switch to more vibrant colors and unique textures if you find brown all too boring. A good example is a denim shearling coat, as shown below. After all, it mixes the best of both worlds!
Another way to add color to your wardrobe is to choose interesting colors for innerwear. A pink attire, such as this one, can bring that much-needed flamboyance to your guise.
Get Some Booty
And no, I don’t mean your behind. For a rugged chic look, put on a pair of good boots. Remember, too much of a good thing is vile. If you have a shearling coat, DON’T wear your shearling boots with it.
Trade the Jacket
If shearling coats and jackets are too much for you, it does not mean that you should pass up on the trend entirely. You can still incorporate it in your look by opting for shearling accessories, such as boots, bags and clutches (although it is best if they stand alone in the look.) With any of these items, you do not have to worry about looking for a furry pet.
Shearling is a mod piece to keep you warm and stylish during these cold seasons. With these tailoring tips, you can sport sheep fleece the high-fashion way.