The Right Winter Coat is waiting for you at Goodwill
When putting together the perfect outfit, let’s not forget that your winter coat is a highly-functional wardrobe staple – you’ve got to stay warm so go for a winter coat that gets the job done, but also makes the rest of your ensemble pop! Below are just a few of my winter coat choices sure to pull everything together and have you looking your best!
Patterns, prints, and textured coats are always on trend and why not? A winter coat with patterns and prints breathes life into a solid color winter outfit or if you’re daring, go ahead throw on your patterned winter coat clashed with a patterned dress or pants. You may be shocked to see how well they work together!
Faux Fur for the win this winter as this favorite winter piece adds an edgy sass to your winter get-up and comes equipped with so many options including color, prints long, short, hooded, vests or even unique details like color blocking or animal print. Owning a faux fur or “fun fur” coat is a fantastic fashion investment as they make for the perfect match for any of your outfits!
Ski Jackets and big puffy bubble coats with a fur-trimmed hood are not just for the slopes but make a huge fashion statement when you put it on over jeans and your favorite t-shirt or hoodie. Boldly embrace your sporty look without sacrificing your femininity when you go for the puffy coat look in softer colors like dusky pink or any pastel color for that matter.
Free, independent styles are the best looks for 2019 so go for whatever look makes you feel comfortable, fashionable, and stylish. Don’t forget to tell them you got it at Goodwill for pennies on the dollar and they can too. All they have to do is visit us online at www.goodwillbargains.com to find the nearest location and choose one of our 18 stores. Also, check out the newest member to the Goodwill family the Hamilton store which is also the featured store for January. Use the online coupon to receive additional savings on any purchase the entire month. So go ahead and ‘christen’ the New Year with a shopping spree at Goodwill, and help people with disabilities find meaningful employment in the community.