Cosy Winter Coat Trends From Sustainable Brands
Winter is coming, so get ready to wrap up in style with these winter coats from the best sustainable brands right now.
If you’re anything like me, you’re ready for winter and want to be armed against the cold in style. Here are five trends from the Autumn/Winter 2020 men and women fashion shows according to Vogue and GQ that made a splash, and where you can find the latest styles from our favourite sustainable brands.
Beige is all the rage
Earthy neutral tones are a big trend for this autumn and winter and are an easy find in stores right now. This women’s coat from Marks and Spencer is classic and a staple for any working professional for a clean-cut and trendy look. M&S has a good record of sustainability, particularly with its commitment to reducing greenhouse gases and textile and water waste in production.
Puffer jackets are still on trend
Puffer jackets are both warm and can be sporty too, so it’s useful to have a jacket that you can wear day-to-day but can also be whipped out whenever you want to do some more outdoorsy activities. This men’s jacket from Brothers We Stand is vegan and made from 100% recycled polyester, which we love.
Be runway-ready with a trench coat
Trench coats are never out of fashion. They are classy and completely classic, meaning the investment will always pay off, as you’ll be able to wear them in years to come. If you want a tailored, sophisticated look, try this women’s trench from Rokit — secondhand, it is a Tommy Hilfiger coat that is easy on the planet and looks fantastic.
Classic cagouls and parkas are fashion faves
Comfort meets utility-meets high fashion trends in the form of cagouls and parkas. Known for being incorporated into streetwear, these are a stylish way of keeping warm in any adverse weather, making them an effective purchase that will pay off year on year. Check out Levi’s Utility parker, made with Thermore which is made of recycled plastic bottles. Sustainability never looked so stylish!
By Toni Olukiran
Toni is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants, and when she’s not writing posts about everything from Jamaican cooking to vegan champagne, she’s making a Spotify playlist (she was at 200, at her last count) or playing tennis in the park.