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Elegant Coats You Must Own in Fall/Winter 2019!

Elegant Coats You Must Own in Fall/Winter 2019!


My dear elegant ladies,
welcome back to my channel! For those of you who are new, my name is Anna
and I run an online finishing school called School Of Affluence where I teach women about
high society and how to become a lady. In today’s video, well actually
ladies, this is a series in three parts. I really want to go in-depth with you
when it comes to coats or fall and the winter. There are some key pointers that I do
want you to take into account whenever you are there shopping or just going
through the things in your wardrobe. Now when it comes to elegant coats,
I do want to point out that there is a reason to why I’m making a video or wait a second,
I’m making a series about elegant coats only. Why are they so important? It’s because coats, in general, are probably the most elegant outerwear
one could wear during fall and winter. Because what type of outerwear
do you have if you remove the coat? Well not many, you have the kind of
casual jacket and that’s not really the most elegant. Although I’m not gonna say you shouldn’t wear it because I definitely think everybody needs to have a good winter jacket, that’s for sure. We don’t want to get sick and get cold this season. But if you really want to practice elegance
during this very difficult time of the year and I know because I am from Sweden. And unfortunately, the colder it gets,
the harder it is to stay elegant. That’s why I want you to focus on elegant coats because it’s really going to save you this winter if you really want to practice elegance. Another thing that I want you to really
understand when it comes to coats is that there are different coats
for different occasions. And there are different coats
for different types of people. So you do have to scrutinize yourself
little bit in detail. In my online finishing school, www.SchoolOfAffluence.com you can enroll if you want to study elegance and
fashion and transformation more in-depth. There, I really coach my students
with the more detailed tuition, where I really guide them in terms of what
should they wear and how to really live up to this personal brand of being a
woman of high society. So this is what I mean,
well you really have to take into account. What occasion are you buying this coat for? Is this going to be just a
simple everyday daytime coat? Or are you purchasing a coat more
for evening wear, for when you’re going out? You can find coats that work for both day and night.
But if you really want to be on brand and really kind of elevate your look, then it’s really good to have options and especially have
specific coats for specific occasions. I see a lot of beginner mistakes when ladies
wear very casual coats or jackets at night with fabulous dresses. And that usually just
ruins their outfit completely. Try and budget for a daytime coat that you can
wear every day, 7 days a week for casual affairs, or more laid-back occasions. And then you have a one evening
coat that you can wear in the evening. I would recommend you to start off by buying the casual coat because you will probably
wear it more often than the evening coat. However, if you are somebody who are leveling up, you probably know the value
of networking and being out socializing. So that will require you to have your army of tools
that will help your branding be on point. But we talk more about that in my finishing school. So remember I said, there are many variations to coats. Should you go for a fitted coat or
should you go for a loose coat? And this boils down to different types of elements. Number 1 What is your body shape? If you for example apple-shaped,
then it’s very important for you not to wear any fitted clothes and maybe
have more of a looser approach to your clothing, especially around the midsection. If you are somebody who have
a more casual and laid-back style, then maybe wearing a fitted coat won’t make sense and be aligned with your personal style. And then we have the occasion. Usually a fitted coat is more formal
whilst a loose coat is more casual. I would really recommend
majority of you to buy a fitted coat first. The reason for that is,
it’s more appreciated with men if your figure allows it. They prefer seeing the figure rather than something that is a little bit more bulkier. It also looks a little bit more tailor-made,
a little bit more sleek, which kind of gives you a little
bit more of an expensive approach. However, this doesn’t mean that lose coats are bad. You can definitely pull off a
beautiful loose coat that come across as more contemporary, modern, hip and stylish. Now, ladies, if you still haven’t downloaded my free cheat sheet where
I go over in detail exactly what it is that makes an outfit look more expensive
and what are the actual hacks that will elevate your look regardless of budget. www.classycheatsheet.com and download your FREE cheat sheets today. So after we have decided the fit and style of the coat, it’s really time to think about the length of the coats. We have three lengths of coats. We have the shorter version that usually
finishes just below the bottom of the person. We also have the mid-length which I think is probably the most popular one and the good one to start with. And then we also have the longer one. Now there are pros and cons to all of these three. I personally wouldn’t necessarily recommend
buying the shorter version because that one tends to be a little bit more casual.
It doesn’t work for evening attire. It’s something that you can wear for maybe
daytime occasions only and the whole purpose of a coat is that
it’s a little bit more covering and it looks a little bit more elegant as a result. The long version is a really really good one and I definitely think it should be on the
priority list when you are shopping. It might not necessarily be the top priority
but somewhere in the top three definitely. Because the long one, that’s the perfect coat
to wear at night when you are wearing a dress . For instance, if you’re
wearing a long gown, you want to cover yourself up with a long coat. You don’t want to have a coat that is much shorter than your dress. So if you’re somebody wearing longer dresses, definitely you have to have a longer coat.
But even if you’re not wearing a long dress, when you’re wearing trousers,
having a long coat just makes it look very sophisticated, very chic and I don’t
know it just makes you look a little bit more high-fashion.
Now the mid-length coat is a very good starter pack type of coat because really,
it’s in between and it can cater for all types of occasion.
Daytime, evening it works fine. So if you are in a tight budget , go for the medium long one
because it’s going to serve you in all kinds of aspects and I think it’s a safe bet. Now next in line, is the thickness of the coat. And here we really need to take
into account the weather conditions, time of the year, occasion
and am I going to freeze to death or not. You really need to define your usage of this coat. You know, there are thin coats like the trench coat,
or like more cardigan coats or you have the proper thick coat. Those are usually like
cashmere coats or wool coats, very heavy coats. But they’re oftentimes very costly as well. Now is the time to figure out are we going to have a belted coat or without belt? Right now there is a trend of having
kind of the cashmere type of wrap coats, which means it will have a belt. And I really think that this is a
very good piece to own. Probably makes more sense to buy this first
because it really is flattering for most women. However, you can also do without belt and
usually those tend to be more kind of laid-back, more loose fit type of coats
and again you have to think about what is your occasion, what is your purpose
with the coat, will it fit into that purpose and occasion? Now lastly,
what about the buttons? Now you can have double-breasted
or you can have single button. I personally prefer, single button. I just think that it looks a
little bit more elegant. But the only problem with single button
is that unfortunately you’re not as protected for cold as in with a double button one.
So again if you’re here trying to dress for tough harsh climates, then yes,
go for the double one. But if you’re purchasing it to look
more chic and you’re not in a very cold environment, then definitely go for single one.
Do you see what I mean when it comes to you have different options
and you really have to strategize accordingly? What are your needs,
what works best for you, what is the occasion? But lastly, what it really
boils down to ladies is that we actually need a lot of different variations
of coats in order to feel sufficient that we have everything we need but I do want
you to think about your purchases and shop less but make more clever purchases. Be more strategical.
Buy things that will actually last through, that looks well, that you can feel proud of wearing. Not something that you’re going
to throw in the bin and pollute the planet. I want you to start purchasing things,
that really going to last you a lifetime. So even if that means that this
transformation will take time, be patient. Patience is key when you are leveling
up and if you are a student of mine from my online finishing school,
you probably know that. Everything is investment no matter what we plan today, ladies, we will be reaping it in the future. But the rewards only come to those
ladies who are patient and one step at a time. And you’ll get there. This was the first video in my elegant coat special. You must subscribe to my channel if you
want to watch the remaining ones that you get notified when they come out.
And if you still haven’t watched my previous videos on elegant fashion, then make sure
you watch them now because there’s loads of free content there, just waiting for you. So, I will see you in that video.

100 thoughts on “Elegant Coats You Must Own in Fall/Winter 2019!

  1. Moscow in winter is really cold. You are right about having a really warm coat even if casual. I made a mental note about the double breasted formal coat for warmth.

  2. Actually winter is the easiest season to be elegant, get a decent coat and nice boots, bam. its harder when its hot and humid outside.

  3. Do people still wear fur for any occasions? I have a few different ones/styles but I don't imagine wearing them anywhere.

  4. Great examples. There is nothing that will give you more milage than a camel colored cashmere wrap coat like the one you showed.

  5. The problem I have with almost all coats is that you can't wash them. Dry cleaning is not the same as soap and water. However I am sometimes lucky and find 100% wool coats that are much more sanitary 🙂

  6. Hello, cruelty free products in all beauty, hair, skin, lashes, clothes with no fur or leather even wallets is humanity and making sure factories you buy from treat workers good and give charity be kind and to your partner loyal even in sight and thoughts wether you are a male or a female and loving

  7. I love the loose coat feel over the fitted. Especially with the styles, you showed they looked really elegant.

  8. Interesting. You said once neons look less elegant/expensive… True. Big difference, no offense, but you give the best example yourself…
    Completely different to usual.

  9. Hi Anna, Could you please give us some advice on men’s clothing too? I really don’t know anything about elegant clothing for men nor any etiquette.

  10. For super cold country: Please talk about scarves ! It is difficult to choose the right one, the right color and fabric to fit with your coat and how to properly wear it !

  11. Height is an important factor to bear in mind. Petite women generally don't look great in long coats.

  12. Could you make a video on how to be elegant in the rain? does it even exist Elegant rain coat/rain boots etc? Where I live most of the winter is just cold rain and it only snow occasionally. I feel like I just don't know what to wear to stay warm and dry but that would also look more sophisticated ?

  13. Can you please tell me the IG account of the beautiful lady at 7:53? I’m trying to follow more people for inspiration and you’re the first one! 😘

  14. If this video offends you then click off. It’s for those of us in society that want to look presentable and keep classy as well as keep fit. I am tired of women saying that “fat acceptance” is a thing. Go watch fat videos on how to dress then.

  15. Thanks for your Tip Ana now I know which type of coat I should get when I go shopping!, I already have a fitted Navy black mid-length trench, and brownish-orange short coat. The next will be a white or black long coat, and I also stocked up on turtle necks and a few long dresses ^^, as a business student I wanna look chic and classy but also a bit comfortable. So where a white trench coat with a black trench coat, that is ether paired with black trousers or skirt.

    And Tips for the ladies reading this if you have a square body and are planning on buying a dress or a coat I would recommend getting an A-line coat or dress because not only will it give your body shape but it will make you look slimmer and tall, and this is coming from a lady who is 154 Cm 5,1 for my American friends.

    For business students, if you wanna look chic and elegant I recommend, looking up outfits from this K-Drama called what's wrong with secretary Kim.

  16. I am so happy I have found this channel. I was just looking at how many items I have in my wardrobe – so many – but none of it is really MY style. It is cheap, fast fashion from sites instagram models endorse, ike Meshki, Pretty Little Thing, Oh Polly. I have spend thousands and thousands of dollars on poor quality clothes – WHY? My boyfriend appreciates me when I dress more sophisticated, I noticed he compliments me and my outfits when I wear clothing that is not too revealing, he will call me classy and elegant. If I wear something considered 'sexy' he will say I look hot but spends his time adjusting my attire which clearly makes him uncomfortable in the presence of our friends and me uncomfortable too. Today, I bagged up literally everything in my wardrobe and took the lot to charity shops (aside from a few pieces I wear. I am going to update my wardrobe with expensive, quality, elegant pieces from here on out. I want a minimal wardrobe with staples such as pant suits, midi dresses, pencil skirts, blazers, neutral colours, quality fabrics. No more tacky clothing – or shoes! I viewed your shoe videos Anna and I am ashamed to say I owned the ugly Balenciaga shoes and platform shoes, and too high heels. Even though I am in my late 20s my style is more mature and I will no longer follow fad fashion trends. Thank you so much Anna! I just signed up to your School Of Affluence <3 If anyone can recommend more wardrobe must haves, please comment. I am so excited to go on a shopping spree now and re invent my look 🙂

  17. Ps im binge watching ur videos…u need a " division" for jetsetgrandmas, lol😉😊…maybe enlist ur mom for that, i bet shes an elegant lady too. Trust me there is a gigantic boomer demographic for that, worldwide…

  18. U left out the lapels/ neckline…that needs to be carefully considered too. If u have a smaller head, or are short, large lapels are not flattering…club collars are ok, but for a woman of a certain age, the mandarin collar style might be better, more elegant…..shawl collars, too, ofyen look better on taller women usually, unless they are a thinner, more " tailored" type of shawl profile…anyway these are considerations as well im sure theres more, like fabric and cut, prints, etc but only so much time per vid! Thank u

  19. I just found your video, I like your speech, your looks and everything is so elegant love your video ❤️ and I'm subscribing your chanel thank you❤️

  20. Hi I am from Brazil and tell me about a Balmain Blazer? I know that’s not a coat, but, Do you think it’s an elegant one? 🥰

  21. I have an apple figure and I wear fitted running shorts (spandex shorts) under all my dresses, skirts, etc. So I'm able to wear fitted coats and it would look nice on my body. Plus I just like the added protection the spandex shorts give me. I'm not the most graceful person ever and I tend to trip a lot so thats why I have like 30 pairs of spandex shorts.

  22. Anna, this is the most useful and well-edited video you have made. Kudo to you! I def want to see the next videos on what to wear in Fall and Winter.

  23. I love your videos! Just subscribed. I bought a beautiful nude coloured fall coat last year & I love it. So elegant & sophisticated. Thank you so much for your ideas 😘💖

  24. I drive a semi for a living and have never been much of a lady. I have been trying to learn how to be a lady while still doing a job I love. Thank you for your videos! You are teaching me alot! One day, I wont be able to drive and when that day comes, I intend to own my own company. I think being a lady will help me present a better company image!

  25. I'm on the same page as you. If you shop wise and buy good quaility things they will last longer especially if you take good care of them.

  26. I am loving you video tutorials. I have started to rethink my whole approach to the way I dress. I will be concentrating on high quality pieces I can at time team with cheaper items as my budget is very limited. I already have a lovely camel coloured long cashmere blend I got in a sale. Was thinking or getting rid of it until I saw your video. I cannot access your cheat sheet the process is very complicated. Any ideas.?

  27. I love, love(!) this video! Thank you so much for such a useful tips! Please, keep up your work! I really appreciate it 🙂

  28. I just LOVE how u pronounce the letter T like T. Such a refreshing thing to hear. Still can’t figure out why Americans pronounce T like T in the beginning and most times end of words but pronounce T like D when the T is in the middle of the word. This is now one of my biggest pet peeves. I don’t know if it’s just plain laziness or what but OMG.

  29. My Jaeger sheepskin coat was not cheap by any means. However, I've still got it 22 years later and it is still good for another 20.

  30. You said don’t choose a short coat choose a long one. But what if those who are petite? I’m only a little over 4 foot. A long coat would be at my feet. Is there any chance you can do an episode for people who are petite? I find it sooooooo hard to find nice, elegant clothing that fits and is comfortable. Coats, dresses, shoes can be soooo hard to find. Shoe shopping involves me looking in every place that sells shoes in 2 to 3 towns at least and due to m6 feet being different sizes I have to try on so many pairs to find one that fits. Coat shopping takes me soooo long to find a sleeve that fits and the coat not being too long. Dress shopping agggg finding a dress that is the right length, right shape, that I like.

  31. I love wearing mid cafe, full skirts but I don’t know what length of coat to invest in to wear with them. Any advice would be appreciated I keep finding conflicting information. I’m also a hourglass of average height but not that slim but still have a curvy shape.

  32. You seem quite familiar with kashmir. As u often mention it in your videos unlikely of other westerns… Any background??

  33. Anna, in prior videos you have had more example photos of ladies of colour. I don’t think it has been intentional for there to be fewer ladies of colour in this series. Please continue to show diverse images of beauty and elegance, it’s one of the reasons I subscribed to you. Thank you 💗

  34. I work in a hospital i have to wear scrubs ..what kinda coat do u recommend for eveyday wear???….i really want to be elegant always but my job just doesnt allow

  35. a camel color coat is indispensible. Something sleek. Good for day.
    And a night coat in black. Always long.
    I always love ur videos! 🌸🌸🌸🌸🌸

    also i find single button coats (instead of double breasted) are more slimming.

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