Fashionable winter coats that flatter the body could make a serious fashion statement and add glamor in an instant to a less than perfect outfit underneath.

Times have undeniably changed since the "good old winter coat" which emerged from mothballs once
every year has witnessed a revolution of sorts. From a basic necessity, it has now become fashionable. These coats now come in a variety of fashionable colors, varied length and styles to accommodate and compliment women of different figures. Investing in a fashionable coat that flatters the body shape can make a serious fashion statement.

Usually there are many types of fashion coats but woolen coats are definitely here to stay. Besides probably being the most classic style, the warmth that they provide varies from thickness but it is considered the warmest choice of coat that you can make. They are not necessarily expensive despite being one of the warmest choice but they are certainly an investment made to last. Nylon winter coats and parkas especially parkas with hoods lined with fur are becoming increasingly popular as they are lighter. While turtlenecks are always in great demand and a great, fashionable way to stay warm through the long, cold winter days, quilted down coats are also stylish and comfortable.

In addition, there are several types of these coats for women with different figures, as a right winter coat can really compliment each figure.

Tall women essentially need to choose a coat, which adds more volume and create more curves. For example, a wisely belted waist will give the illusion of an hourglass figure. Women of such figures are advise to choose long-length coats, as it is the only body shape that can proudly compliment them.

For curvy women, blessed with hourglass figures, they would look best in low-necked single-breasted one or two button styles. Another flattering point to look for in winter coats for such women would be a coat that cinches the waist as it highlights the curves. Wide belted styles define curves even further by emphasizing waists.

Lastly, petite women can carry off vibrant bright colors and give the impression of a longer body. They should opt for sophisticated, single-breasted and straight winter coats and avoid long-length coats. Coats with a cut that highlights the waist will serve to lengthen legs while a predominately striped print will also serve to elongate the body.

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Source by Jordan Laurent