These looks are for those of us who enjoy wearing camel or toffee Winter coats with a neutral support act. Wearing black, shades of white, and blue denim with camel is a classic slam dunk. It looks rich and gorgeous. 

Onto some outfit ideas. Feel free to sub the camel coat with tan or cinnamon if that’s more your cup of tea.

1. Grey

Layer a camel coat over a column of grey. Here the column of grey is a fluid pants suit. The coat needs to be roomy enough to fit over the lot. White shoes add an unexpected crisp touch, but feel free to wear black or brown shoes. The black bag matches the model’s hair. A white bag would have matched the shoes.


2. Cream and Black

This is the easiest combination to pull together. Combine a cream top with black bottoms and black shoes, and pop the camel coat over the top. Here, black leather ankle pants are combined with a cream turtleneck. Feel free to wear a black top with cream pants. The black shoes create a high contrast in the latter version, but it works especially well when the buttons of the coat are black.

Cream and Black

3. Textured Oatmeal

Pop a camel coat, or in this case long shacket, over an oatmeal dress or separates. Here the oatmeal is textured which adds interest to the subtle neutral. A column of rich cream can work well too. I LOVE how the tall toffee combat boots match the bag and topper. Matchy-matchy and polished. Buttoning one button of the shacket, and cuffing back the cuffs is a fab styling idea too.

Textured Oatmeal

4. Animal Print

Last, layer a camel coat over an animal print dress in shades of brown and black. If a dress is too much, try an animal print separate with a solid to wear as the under layers. I love the length of the maxi coat here, and how it covers the hem of the dress. Luxurious. Black socks and loafers create pseudo boots, and match the models’ black sunnies. A furry bag adds a playful element, and the chunky gold necklace adds some glam.

Animal Print