Wrap up warm this winter in feminine 50s fashion with this limited edition Girlfriend Coat from Tara Starlet.
When it comes to Winterwear, year after year the high street opts for retro influence to create lasting style in coats and jackets. This Taped Dolly Coat from Dorothy Perkins is a perfectly stylish example, using a sixties influence to create an everyday coat with great style.
Every Autumn/Winter season it's the outerwear that most often draws on classic design for inspiration, providing a great choice for retro lovers across the eras. This Leatherette Trim Coat from Warehouse has a cool vintage inspired feel that will last for seasons.
With faux fur coats all the rage once more on the high street, most designs have focused on a mid sixties look or earlier. If you're feeling braver in your vintage look apparel, this Melise Faux Fur Coat from Boohoo Pink taps into a later sixties look to bring something out of the ordinary.
The coat's oversized cut, along with longer fur fibres, creates a more extreme silhouette. Tapping into the decadently trashy aesthetic of Edie Sedgwick and Nico, this coat speaks of a later sixties retro appeal that's less often seen from mainstream brands.
Get it online from Boohoo, as part of their Pink collection, for £70.
Military influence in fashion has been rehashed from season to season of late, with each new incarnation bringing more outlandish fodder. Among the hyper-modern, however, remains some military pieces which rely on a more classic approach, like this Piped Military Coat from Dorothy Perkins.
The coat is available in a range of four classic shades from khaki to camel, in a wool blend fabric that is both rich and affordable. The funnel neck design adds a feminine sixties look, while brass-look buttons on double breasted detailing retains the uniform inspiration. Adding flap pockets at the hips cleverly creates feminine shape from era-fitting detail.
It's now available, exclusively online, from Dorothy Perkins for £99.
Classic coat shapes return to the high street rails every Winter season, providing a great variety of choice for those of us looking for vintage inspiration. Taking a perennial favourite and adding a twist is this Cord Trench Coat from Monsoon.
The coat's structure is faultlessly retro, taking a traditional trench shape with added flaring and a larger lapel. Combined with the navy corduroy fabric, the result is an immediately seventies-look version of the trench coat, with the colours, textures and styling of the decade working together.
It's available now from Monsoon for £80.