Coats From H&M That We’re Watching Right Now
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October is the second month in the lunar year that falls in Autumn. This means that the air is getting dryer and the temperature colder. We need to change our closets to not only match the season but adapt to it. During the summer you can get away with materials such as viscose and polyester, but that won’t cut it for the latter months. Coats that are mainly made up of wool and cotton are what you should be aiming for. H&M are a proud sustainable brand and has locations all around the world which makes this tell-all so easy. We are going to show you the coats that we have on our wishlists right now. Get ready for autumn with us now.
Firstly, we have wool or wool-blend coats. These coats tend to be on the larger side of the sizing chart which makes them excellent for layering. Most importantly, these coats will keep you warm. They are deceptively warm in the sense that when you wear them outside you are warm, but when you take them off you become cold again. We are large fans of wool coats and they are worth the investment every time. You will rarely purchase more than one unless you want a different colour. When it comes to shopping, we recommend basic colours such as black and nude. After you acquire these colours, go as crazy as you’d like.
£119.99 and comes in brown and dark brown. The shell is made up of 75% wool.
£119.99 and comes in cream. The shell is made up of 75% wool.
£119.99 and comes in brown and light beige. The shell is made up of 62% wool.
H&M regularly add new lines to their collections both online and in-store. Be sure to sign up for H&M’s emails to take advantage of all discounts. We know the coats above are premium pricing, but they are totally worth it. H&M are also on a mission to increase its sustainability, so you can be sure that these coats will be investment pieces. Helping to save the planet and making your money spread in the long run.
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