Vintage Dress Coats

It happens every year. I get all gussied up in a sexy dress, killer heels and dramatic makeup for a dinner out and I top the look off black wool overcoat? It's even worse at a slightly chilly event like a gallery show where I end up covered most of the time. Why poshify if no one sees it? Thankfully, I bought a great purple trench that will work on special occasions. If I hadn't come across it, I was fully planning on buying a vintage dress coat this fall.
Top: cream cape coat 50s, Cheesecake Vintage on Etsy $65 (FMF pick!)
long belted velvet coat, Big Yellow Taxi Vintage on Etsy $39
green faux fur trim coat, Ggiotta on Etsy $120
sequin jacket 80s, Hot Date on Etsy $49
Bottom: pink quilted silk coat 50s, Bad Cholla Vintage on Etsy $68
brocade opera coat 1960s, I Dig Vintage on Etsy $150
black velvet fur trim coat 60s, Frilly Nilly's on Etsy $128.98
leopard cape coat 60s, Thro Back Vintage on Etsy $69


rachel said…
I love the green coat! Such a fantastic color, and a great way to brighten up a world of dingy black, grey, and brown coats. (he he, brown coats!)
Unknown said…
they are all so beautiful!! i want one!

Huzzah! Vintage said…
thanks so much for featuring my green opera coat! Every time I look at it, I consider hoarding it for myself!
Caitlin said…
I desperately need a winter coat. I have a houndstooth one, but it is just too fancy for everyday activity!
Natasha Minsk said…
Thank you for mentioning my Cream Cape! It is one of the most gorgeous coats I've had the pleasure of selling.
very beautiful and elegant!

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