Looking for something versatile and stylish in your retro outerwear, but loathe to opt for classic black? This Cobalt Charlotte Coat from Monsoon could be just the ticket, providing all the everyday wearability of a plain black number with something a little extra.
This Autumn/Winter season, the high street’s coat lines are once again relying on heritage fabrics and vintage inspiration. Providing plenty of choice for retrophiles, this My Way Tweed Coat from French Connection is one of the most stylish we’ve seen.
Winter is definitely here and you may well be thinking of getting a new coat or two. One worth looking at is this new addition at Peacocks. It's a double breasted 60s-style collarless coat. While that may seem impractical at this time of year, you can couple it up with your favourite scarf and not worry about it fighting for space around your neck.
The recent seventies influence on the high street's fashion shows no signs of stopping, with strong retro designs across womenswear ranges. This Belted Midi Coat from ASOS is one of the best we've seen, with a relaxed chic that looks worth twice the price tag.
Much of the high street's retro outerwear opts for a more formal, tailored look. If you're looking for something a little more casual, however, there's no shortage of vintage inspiration to be found. This Cromwell Striped Pea Coat from Urban Outfitters has all the sixties appeal of full length coats, while remaining casual enough to pair with your everyday wardrobe.
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.