Outfit | The Absolute Best Camel Coats For Fall That Will Never Go Out Of Style

14. October 2016

Wearing: H&M Camel Coat (old but shop similar here, here, and here), Levi’s  Jeans c/o Levi’s,  Cashmere Sweater c/o Maison Cashmere (find similar here), Topshop Slip Ons  (old but buy great alternatives herehere and here), Céline Sunglasses, and a Mansur Gavriel Bucket Bag

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How to Wear a Camel Coat This Fall How to Wear a Camel Coat This Fall

Camel coats have been trending for the last few years and they’re still going strong. If you want to up your camel game and are looking for the most versatile and timeless pieces that will make you look smart and stylish,  below you find my favorite picks of the best investment camel coats as well as the most expensive-looking high street ones if you’re on a budget.

And if you are wondering how to wear a camel coat this season:

Do you also have any suggestions on how to wear a camel coat? Do you have a favorite from my picks? Let me know in the comments below.

Investment Camel Coats

Budget Camel Coats

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4 responses to “Outfit | The Absolute Best Camel Coats For Fall That Will Never Go Out Of Style”

  1. Millie says:

    I love it! Everytime winter hits, I pull out my brown coat x

    Millie x

  2. MIRJAM says:

    A camel coat is such a great essential piece – love it especially in a casual combination, like you did! Great look!
    xx Mirjam // http://www.miiju.ch

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