The blanket coat is the official outerwear of this 2014 autumn/fall season and this is the trendiest coat shape of the season. It started on the Burberry Prorsum catwalk back in February at London fashion week when Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn and Suki Waterhouse closed the show wearing wool blanket coats. Then came our favorite celebrities who embraced this trend very fast and showed off their monogrammed capes. Olivia Palermo wore her Burberry monogrammed poncho during photoshoot in New York while Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wore it with skinny jeans and fedora hat in Sydney. So let`s see how to wrap up in wool blanket ponchos like a celebrity and get inspired for your own fall style….
Russian fashionista Elena Perminova showed off her monogrammed Burberry coat on various occasions. In London she combined it with sexy knee-high Versace red suede boots and black mini skirt, while on other occasion she opted for more casual look by combining it with black skinny jeans and suede flats.
American actress Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted looking stylish on the streets of New York. The 49-year-old style icon combined her monogrammed Burberry coat with casual separates, skinny jeans and casual blouse.
After wearing it on the Burberry Prorsum catwalk, British model Suki Waterhouse took her Burberry Prorsum blanket poncho to the streets where she topped her green wool coat with it for casual street style.
As always Olivia Palermo follows the biggest fashion trends. We spotted her wearing her monogrammed Burberry Prorsum poncho during a photoshoot in New York back in July. She combined it with checked print shirt, brown shorts and trendy Stuart Weitzman over-the-knee boots and accessorized with Westward Leaning sunglasses and Carolina Herrera bag. Great combination!
British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley donned another great combination with Burberry blanket cape while visiting Sydney. The 27-year-old showed off her statuesque figure by styling her cape with skinny denim jeans, Christian Louboutin suede boots and a trendy fedora hat.
If Burberry blanket coat ($1,895) is a bit out of your budget range (like ours), Fab Fashion Fix brings a few great high street alternatives from Zara, Topshop, Nasty Gal and Marks & Spencer.
Marks and Spencer brings textured checked blanket coat with wool (£95.00). For more information visit Marks and Spencer website.
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