Let’s face it; it’s going to be coat weather for a while. For a second we’re tricked in to thinking, ooh it’s possibly warm enough for a jacket and then BAM! Snow comes back with the Beast From The East to put us back in our place.

I’m a sucker for a good coat. I need a wardrobe solely for them. I find they can completely make an outfit and can make you feel so ‘put together’ even if underneath you’re not so sure.

Zara is always on my hit list when I go shopping; it’s one of my top┬áthree stores. Right now their selection of coats and jackets is killing me. Can I win the lottery sometime soon, please?

Here are 5 Zara pieces I’d love to call mine:

1. Double Breasted Coat – blush pink

Always a fan of a double breasted piece and this colour is what I’m all about right now.

2. Masculine Coat – off white

I’ve had this coat in the camel version almost two years now and it’s just a staple. White might not stay clean but it’s really fresh for Spring/Summer.

3. Double Breasted Wool Coat – blue

Is it just me or does this look good enough to eat? I’ll have mine with a flake!

4. Double Breasted Blazer – pink

I’m loving block colour suits right now (you may like to read my Go For Colour Block blog if you are too) and this pastel pink blazer would look fab with light wash denim and barely there heels.

5. Faux Leather Biker Jacket – yellow

Look! They’ve even paired it with their straight leg jeans I love too. If you read my previous Hello Yellow blog, you’ll know how similar this jacket is to the expensive Karen Millen version. Yes, that’s leather. However it creates the same impression and the colour has equal impact.

That’s it for this list!

I’m really looking forward to wearing my new powder blue, wool coat from tomorrow; it’s a birthday present from my BF and so I have had to wait, meanie!┬áNot a Zara one but a favourite from Marks & Spencer.

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Until next time, take care, Natalie x

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