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Juliette Hogan’s smoking jacket is just one of fashion and beauty editor Sopheak Seng’s choices for winter 2020

Coat tales

FASHION With winter fast approaching there is no better time to invest in the perfect coat. There is a plethora of options when it comes to outwear this season, from classic camel to textured plaids, and coloured and quilted. There is something to suit any mood, writes Sopheak Seng




Sopheak Seng is fashion and beauty editor of Lucire.


The Maas coat by Liam, $549: the classic shape updated in forest green is definitely a winner.


Combie by Zambesi, $800: a sleeveless coat is a great layer option for those that want something different, and have the option to show off knits.


Check trench by the Goodness label, NZ$650: this oversized coat nods to the ’60s with a nostalgic take on plaid—we love it.


Magmatic coat by Karen Walker: if it is good enough for a countess … we love the olive green shade as a great pick-me-up for dull days.


Bobby coat by Kate Sylvester, NZ$899: a classic, updated in a beautiful lilac shade for those days we just want something pretty.


Miles coat by Twenty Seven Names, NZ$600: the shocking magenta colour will make any winter days feel brighter for sure.


Smoking jacket by Juliette Hogan, NZ$599: a quilted coat is always in style, ecspecially when it comes in a delicious shade of rose.


Midnight Marauder trench by Stolen Girlfriends’ Club, NZ$1,299. A leather trench is the epitome of cool, and nothing says it better than this coat by SGC.


Departure coat by Company of Strangers, NZ$680: this beautiful mandarin colour is just asking to be worn and never taken off.


Royal coat by Salasai, NZ$750: nothing says winter llike a cocoon shape and this take by Salasai hits all the right trend notes. •





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