Transitive Fashion: 6 Great Coats for Fall

It’s inevitable: a few of you will get to fall and find out that your coat will not warm you against the continuously chilling winds. Oh, it’s not the coat’s fault – time takes us all sooner or later. So you have to invest – and I mean invest – in a new one. Here’s a few ideas to send you on your way – based on style, yes, but also so you can find something that suits you. Some women are trench coat women. I know I have trench coat moods. But really, left to my own devices, at my truest self? I’m all about a photographer’s vest.

If you can’t find something great here, you can always use Fat Chic Clothing Search. to grab your perfect fall to winter plus size coat.

Classic Plaid


Simply Be plus size blue plaid overcoat 2013

 from Simply Be available up to a size 28 (US)
 The Travel Vest (pockets!)

Travelsmith mens jacket 2013
Sometimes it’s just easier to take it down to the basics – and keep it that way with a lot of pockets. While women get shortchanged on pockets, men don’t. Nothing stopping us from wearing a perfectly practical coat – whether you want to look like a modernday Lois Lane or just prefer to have your hands free.

Seriously, I bought one since I travel more than I used to. It’s AWESOME and actually saves me a lot of worry.

Travelsmith mens jacket available up to mens XXL long 2013

The inevitable blazer

Appleseed's plus size blazer 2013

from Appleseed’s available up to size 24
The not-so-classic trench coat

Ashley Stewart plus size green trench coat 2013

 From Ashley Stewart available up to size 26 US

The Utility Jacket

City Chic plus size black utility jacket 2013

available from City Chic online up to size 20 US

The Luxury Look

 Land End plus size orange wool walker coat 2013

available from Lands End up to size 26 (US)


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