Winter is Coming…

*This post contains affiliate links. If clicked and a sale is made, I receive a commission. Thanks for supporting the brands that make Super Style Me possible!

Hi! You all may remember my post from not too long ago where I shared some of my favorite outerwear for fall and winter. You can check out the post here. Since then I’ve seen a few more coats and jackets to keep you warm, and they come in a full range of sizes.
eShakti Women's Heart collar wool blend coat
First, the eShakti Women’s Heart collar wool blend coat. They will custom make this to your measurements. Also, eShakti is currently having a buy 2, get 1 free sale, so be sure to check out all of their cute dresses, too!

Next, a few goodies from ModCloth:

Academia Ahoy Blazer in Mulberry

from: ModCloth
This blazer comes in a few different color combos and would look great with jeans or something a little more business-y.

And now for something a little more warm and snuggly…

Retro on the Metro Coat

from: ModCloth

You all know I love ’60s style clothes, and it doesn’t get any more mod than this. It’s absolutely the perfect coat to go over your retro dresses!

The next two come from ModCloth’s collab with fashion blogger, Nicolette Mason:

Take Charge Charm Jacket

from: ModCloth

I really love the collar on this one. It’s much more interesting than your run-of-the-mill blazer.

Of course, there’s my most favorite favorite:

Creative Consultant Coat

from: ModCloth

I purchased this one myself, and it truly lives up to the hype. It’s not cold enough yet in my neck of the woods to wear it out, so I might wear it around the house just to feel fancy.

I hope you enjoyed my extra outerwear picks and found something new to keep you nice and warm during the winter months. Thanks for reading!

Facebook / Instagram / Pinterest / Twitter


2 thoughts on “Winter is Coming…

  1. Whitney says:

    Oh my gosh, that heart keyhole coat is so adorable!! I’ve had my eye on the pink Nicolette Mason one too, but it doesn’t look like it would be very warm. It gets pretty cold here in Kansas during the winter. But I just love those bows!!

    • says:

      The pink coat is made of a heavy corduroy and is lined, but I’m sure you would need something more on a really cold day, or at the very least, have to layer up underneath. I live in Louisiana, where we’re still getting temps in the 80s. I’m a knitter and I love winter clothes so much–the struggle is real 😉

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *