Take a look back at the last 100 years of coats. From the fur collars of the 1920s jazz age and the trench coats of the 1930s, to the belted wrap coats of the 1970s and the oversized, embellished coats of the 1980s, here's the last century of coats and jackets.
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Handbag – DECADE Vintage; Shoes – Intentionally Blank; Tights – Wolford; Fur Collar – Altuzarra; Hat – Christine A. Moore; Gloves – Wing & Weft; Pearl Necklace – Abracadabra
Trench Coat – Article &; Fur Collar – Altuzarra; Boots – Altuzarra; Earrings – Erickson Beamon; Top & Pant – Hellessy NY
Coat – Altuzarra; Knit Sweater & Coat – Altuzarra, Shoes – Intentionally Blank; Hat – Christine A. Moore Millinery; Earring – Erickson Beamon; Hosiery – Wolford
Jacket & Pant Set – Lykke Wullf; Turtleneck – Nicholas K.; Shoes – Trademark via Shop Nonna; Cat-Eye Sunglasses – Kate Young for Tura Ally via Shop Nonna; Hat - Christine A. Moore Millinery
Double-Breasted Coat – Altuzarra, Dress – Priscavera via Shop Nonna; Gloves – Wing & Weft; Hosiery - Wolford; Necklace – R.J. Graziano
Wrap Coat – Christian Siriano; Dress – Lykke Wullf; Boot – Tory Burch; Turtleneck Sweater - Nicholas K.
Top & Skirt Set – Arias New York; Shoes – Jeffrey Campbell via Shop Nonna; Earrings – DECADE Vintage
Button-down Shirt Dress – Nicholas K.; Shoes - Maryam Nassir Zadeh via Shop Nonna; Hosiery – Wolford
Fringe Denim Crop – Bit Of Denim by Alexis Colby; Boots – Altuzarra
Faux-Fur Coat – Tadashi Shishoji; Dress – Christian Siriano; Hosiery – Wolford; Shoes - Altuzarra
Top & Pant - Arias New York
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100 Years of Coats | Glamour
60’s was sublime. I believe they could’ve featured better design in 50’s given that the french couturiers were all making those plush opera coats and swing capes. 80’s, unsurprisingly was a disaster, which is even more unfortunate because it is making a comeback 🤦🏻♂️
The coats in the 70s were usually leather or suede and had a fur collar and cuffs. The poor man's fur (rabbit) was also popular. Largely fur collar and cuffs (not as shown in the video). https://www.google.com/search?q=70s+coats&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiG4vrwntvdAhVPR60KHUHwCqwQ_AUIDygC&biw=1280&bih=680
2020: Hoodies ~ Very popular mainstream coat/jacket in the late 2010's. As comfortable as they are functional. Not good to wear in the hot seasons unless you are like a certain cheese and are ammune to heat.
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