Outfit | That Big Cozy Teddy Coat

26. October 2017

Wearing: H&M Teddy Coat (great alternatives here and here), Weekday Beanie, Zara Pants (shop similar here and here), Adidas Stan Smith Sneakers, Weekday Knit Top, and a Vintage Box Bag (shop similar here)

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You’ve probably seen it around by now, because this cozy teddy coat from H&M is THE ultimate must-have piece this season.


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A cozy teddy coat has become during the past years a solid staple in every fashion savvy girl’s fall and winter wardrobe. The reason is self-explanatory, though besides it being snuggly, it literally takes no effort to style. For instance, this cozy teddy coat from H&M has already become an ‘it’ piece this fall, as it offers a unique feature: a longer length than most faux shearling coats you find in the high street. I’ve styled mine with sneakers and my favorite color combination this season: rust and camel.

How about you? Are you obsessed with cozy teddy coats as much as I am? How would you style it? Let me know in the comments below.

BTW, if you are looking for more fun, casual ways to style a cozy teddy coat this fall, take a look at this post.

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4 responses to “Outfit | That Big Cozy Teddy Coat”

  1. Rena says:

    Your teddy coat is a wonderful piece!
    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  2. Loving this outfit!! Especially the trousers and the matching beanie!! Great styling and thanks for sharing girl!x

    Millie x

  3. Pauline says:

    What’s the size of your coat ? 🙂

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