The Double Coat Situ: Fashion Editors Go Drastic This Winter

No, you're not seeing double; fashion editors and streets style favourites are hibernating underneath two cover-ups in a declaration of war on winter. We talked about how fashion pros have been wearing a jacket AND a coat, but they've taken this wintry microtrend to the next level! Our favourite street style peacocks are bundling up and still looking slick. We decode how it's best done so that the snow flurries, frosty snaps and sudden gusts of wind won't affect your elegance rating. After all, it's not chic to shiver.

Scroll down to see the look in action, and then shop our favourite combos to the double with!

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A Love Is Blind

Style Notes: A belted trench and an oversize wool coat look ultra elevated. Copy that.

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Style du Monde

Style Notes: A knitted coatigan makes a good ensemble with a cropped pea coat.

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A Love Is Blind

Style Notes: Invest in a roomy three-quarter length coat so that you can slip a furry number underneath for double the glamour.

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Style Du Monde

Style Notes: A floor-length camel coat can be chilled out with a cropped puffa. Snow goggles optional, obvs. Read all about how Vogue editors are obsessing over puffa coats!

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A Love Is Blind

Style Notes: More is certainly more when it comes to beige and camel coat blends.

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Style Du Monde

Style Notes: OK, technically this is a blazer and fur combo, but it totally prompts us to double a shoulder-robed furry number over a camel coat. She's in the clique!

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A Love Is Blind

Style Notes: Mix two classic hues together for an extra-chic look. Navy blue + camel = perfection.

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Style Du Monde

Style Notes: A suede cover-up makes the coolest partner in crime to a cashmere belted coat. Bring on the snow!

How do you stylishly tackle winter? Comment below!