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Saturday, September 25, 2010

Get Fall's Camel It Coat Now

By: Piera Gelardi & Taylor Starr, Street Style photos by Mr. Newton

Nothing makes us more willing to brave the crisp, cool autumn air than camel coats for fall. Seriously, is there anything chicer that's actually functional, too? In the right cut, finish, and tone, a good camel coat can do more to class up your act than a spin through Herm├Ęs. Best of all, while it's one of the season's hottest (okay, warmest!) neutrals that works with almost any of your wardrobe basics, camel looks particularly striking paired with reds, blacks, and softer variations of beige, which we saw lots of on the runways. But plenty of gorgeous women on the streets provided even more inspiration—and good reason—for adding a camel coat to your wish-list. Since life is nothing without options, we've provided lots of styles to choose from...this fall, getting a tan is your safest style bet ever.


Above, from left: Street style photo by Mr. Newton; Topshop Bound Seam Duffel Coat, $160, available at Topshop.


Above, from left: Whistles Celeste Crombie Coat, $379.13, available at ASOS; street style photo by Mr. Newton.


Above, from left: Madewell Clocktower Trench, $188, available at Madewell; Juicy Couture Wool-Blend Toggle Coat, $400, available at Net-A-Porter; ASOS WHITE Elbow Patch Crombie Coat, $202.20, available at ASOS.


Above, from left: Street style photo by Mr. Newton; Lounge Lover Nube Hooded Cotton Cape, $295, available at Net-A-Porter.


Above, from left: Carven Belted Double-Breasted Coat, $965.92, available at My Theresa; street style photo by Mr. Newton.


Above, from left: Stella McCartney Camel Cape, $1,125.79, available at My Theresa; Diane Von Furstenberg Loren Camel Coat, $695, available at DVF; Fidelity Camel Duffle Coat, $245, available at Steven Alan.

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