My favourite Women’s Winter Coats for 2019

The winter coat is perhaps one of the most worn items in your wardrobe during the colder months. A lot of coats on the market is either practical or fashionable. But what if we don’t want to compromise?

We’ve sourced some of the top Scandinavian labels to share our favourite coats for 2019, to wrap up in style and stay comfortable – even when the temperature drops.

Fleischer Couture Sirius is simply a all in one: A winter coat that will take you from the school run and gym, to the office and even on a night out. The versatile classic winter parka from Norwegian brand Fleischer Couture is all you need when the nights get longer and the temperatures drop.

The Sirius women’s winter parka, filled with insulating down, is water and wind resistant. It is featuring a large hood and taped seems for extra protection against the elements. The luxurious gold zip and details looks stunning towards the midnight blue technical fabric. Nok 4.999,-

You might want to check out the range of Fleischer Couture kids clothing as well, with gorgeous little jackets, soft base layers and the most adorable winter accessories – all in the finest quality. Perfect for school, a day out in the park or for the coming Winter holiday!

Samsoe & Samsoe Saba faux fur jacket has a padded silhouette and a boxy fit. The generously sized hood and golden hardwear give a luxury finish to this fluffy and soft quilted winter jacket, with gold zip and buttons.

I’d choose the dark night sky or the black, but do check out the more chestnut dark Inca too. £210

Envelope1976 Houston few items are more classic, flattering and versatile than the camel coat, tailored from soft wool and lined with satin to maintain a natural drape. It has shawl lapels and a belt to define the silhouette. £540

Norwegian editor and stylist Celine Aagaard founded Envelope1976 in Oslo, to create timeless clothing with an emphasis on sustainability. Made from natural and recycled materials, the brand came an instant hit with tailored pieces as well as chunky knits, in neutral hues achieved using vegan dyes and vegetable tanning techniques. / net a porter . com

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