The talk in the fashion world amongst influencers on Instagram currently is the quilted jacket. Hint: they will be one of the biggest autumn fashion trends this year. I first saw the quilted jacket trend creep in when Jessica Stewart posted this reel on Instagram. Since then I feel like they have been stalking me and all I can see on my feed is a mix of different quilted coats in different styles. I wanted to share some quilted coats that are currently trending.
I think the selling point of the quilted coat is that you can get thicker and lighter ones, they can be waterproof and fashionable, but also you can wear them on warmer autumn days or colder ones with the beauty of layering. A very versatile piece showing how circular fashion trends really can be. Also known as the ‘Grandma coat’ they are comfortable and can be found from high end to high street.
I am really inspired by the Frankie Shop quilted coat worn by Jess, and so I have stuck with similarities and dupes to that. At £245 the Frankie Shop quilted coat is the ultimate quilted coat of the season. But I also get its not the most affordable. As a coat collector, I always say sometimes you have to invest in coats. However there are some good alternatives in this post – for both shorter and longer length styles.
Colour wise I think you can see my favourites – the black and khaki are perfect for autumn as you can style them with a large range of outfits. Khaki is an autumnal colour anyway, and black will allow it to be a coat that stick in your collection indefinitely. Always try and buy coats with the future in mind.
Another stand out favourite is the longer line Cos Quilted Coat at £130. A lighter khaki but a great option for autumn come winter. I love the round neckline without the collar. And the style is almost bomber jacket but extended. When it comes to buying one I am still a bit torn between going for a longer line one, or a shorter one. What do you think? I have left links for the coats below, and any affiliate links are marked *.
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