Apart from the colour and the material with which the coat is made, choose yours according to your physique. If you are rather small, opt for a three quarter length duffle coat that will cover you up to your knees. On the other hand, if you are tall and slender, a long coat that covers you up to your ankles will fit you perfectly.
What material to choose for his duffle coat for women?
The women’s duffle coats are recommended if you spend the winter in a place with heavy rainfall. This material of animal origin indeed has a strong capacity of absorption of moisture and guarantees an excellent thermal insulation. A tweed coat can also suit you thanks to its impermeability. If you are a fan of lightness, opt for cashmere. This material is at once tender, soft, and supple. In the off season, you can choose a cotton duffle coat. Easy to maintain, it will protect you from the cold when it is provided with a good lining.
How to wear a duffle coat for women?
During the day, wear your duffle coat with matching suede ankle boots. Also think about putting on a turtleneck or wool sweater to keep warm in a windy environment. If your coat is grey or black, opt for clothing and accessories in natural tones such as brown, beige, or khaki.
If you plan to go out at night, opt for dark jeans to accompany your duffle coat. For the top, wear a V-neck sweater and a shirt. For a perfectly matched look, choose ankle boots and an aged leather belt. A wool scarf is always de rigueur when the cold is too rigorous.
Many of you are asking for advice on women’s winter coats.
- What material?
- What cut?
- How to recognize a quality coat?
This introduces two important things:
- You have to find a coat that’s versatile enough to wear it with anything
- You have to be sure to invest in quality (it’s an expensive piece)
Here is our guide to choose your winter coat
And we prefer to warn you it will be hard to choose as there is something for everyone.
When you want warm, nothing better than a wool cloth (there are several varieties). It is an insulating fabric even in rainy weather, breathable and comfortable. And it adapts well to the shape of the body.
- To recognize a quality wool cloth, it must be dense and slightly rigid.
- So we avoid polyester and acrylic. Or very little: at least 70% wool.
When adding a synthetic material in a small proportion (less than 10%), it is possible to improve the behaviour of the piece. But beyond that, it indicates that the chosen wool is wool of less good quality.
The problem with plastics is that they are not breathable. So you will sweat when you go from cold to warm (metro, bus, buildings) or you will walk in the street. And your elbows or the bottom of the coat will come to him when they wear themselves out.
So as far as possible, prefer natural fibers
The best of the best are wool blends with mohair, alpaca, cashmere, etc. These mixtures make it possible to combine each advantage of each material with each other.