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  • Top Tips

    • A puffer coat in a classic colourway will prove versatile and perennially stylish. Opt for black, navy, olive, tan or charcoal. 
    • By its very nature, a down coat will be practical in winter. Large pockets, secure fastenings and wind-proof/waterproof fabrics are a must. Hoods score extra points.
    • Looking for a cold-weather evening cover-up? Sleek leather or velvet versions ensure the puffer is after-dark ready. 

    The Puffer Coat

    When it comes to winter outerwear, the puffer coat has become an essential in our off-duty arsenal. Having flown under the fashion radar for the past few seasons, it has been elevated to an altogether more stylish status, with refined silhouettes and detailing rendering it appropriate for smart occasions too. Combining form with function, this is the piece to reach for when temperatures plummet. In fact, Laura has been wearing her Ganni iteration on repeat since December.  

    Top Tips

    • A belted iteration that cinches you in at the waist will look polished enough for the office, while pulling together your weekend look. Add further elevation with fashion-forward nods, such as tie detailing and an oversized collar.
    • Give your puffer a feminine twist by wearing it with tailored skirt suits and silky slips. 
    • For maximum versatility (and warmth), long line styles that hit mid-calf will layer well over every hem length. 




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