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Bundle up with style (winter coats)

As the weather begins to get colder, it's important to start thinking about shopping for the perfect women's coat to bundle up in. A winter coat is essential if you live in a cold climate. Your winter coat is going to be one of your bigger clothing purchases and one of most used items in your closet during the winter, so you should enjoy wearing it. Find the right outerwear  for your shape, you will look your best..

Which coat is right for your life and your style?

  1. Consider where you want to wear your winter coat most often. You may want something that is going to fit your daily activities. If every day of your week includes dressing up and going into an office, you would be better off with a classic tailored wool coat.

  2. Take a look at the latest Gareth Pugh coat ($2,427) from their Fall 2013 collection. This is a black woolen coat with leather sleeves, a high collar and a front zip closure. Gareth Pugh has received global recognition for redefining modern luxury and this radical coat will certainly set you apart from the rest this winter.

  3. We investigated what makes a warm coat warm -- tight stitching and water resistance are two key factors -- so that you could stay cozy when the temperatures plunge. Our search for the warmest winter coat are down-filled jackets.

Which coat will be most flattering on your body type?

Finding the right size is important, and most coats can be tailored a bit. You can usually have the hem shortened, the sleeves shortened or let down a bit and possibly even have darts added. But finding outerwear that is flattering is about more than just size; you will want to start with a shape that works for your figure.

  1. If you would like your coat to help you feel taller, try a women's coat that hits no lower than an inch above your knee to elongate your leg line.

  2. If you need a little help creating curves, try a belted coat. Belts will cinch in the waist, creating a feminine hourglass shape.

  3. If you're worried about looking top-heavy, consider a single-breasted coat.

  4. If you're worried about looking bottom-heavy, try an A-line coat.

  5. If you have broad shoulders or a large bust, look for a coat with a V-neck.

When you want to find the perfect women's winter coat at a discount price, look no further than Overstock.com, where you can find the right coat for your life and your style without spending a lot of money.

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