How to style an embroidered statement floral coat

My love affair with statement embroidered coats started after I visited India. India is full of vibrant colours, exciting prints and beautiful embroidery so I was definitely inspired to add them in my looks.

Surely, you can shop beautiful embroidered outwear in the shops of New Delhi, Jaipur and Udaipur but many designers like Etro and Dior have been inspired by them adding similar items in their collections. Which consequently lead in high street shops offering similar items. However, I have seen similar items on Esty.

I got mine from a wholesaler in Jaipur, it’s a traditional style handmade piece that can also be worn also indoors. However, when I returned to Europe it was hard to style it.

Anyway, quickly I realised that keeping your garments simple and monochrome is key to styling any statement coat in this part of the world.

Inspiration and Tips

1… Statement coat + monochrome dress + statement necklace = iconic Anna Wintour chic

2… Statement Coat + jeans + t-shirt = stylish cool

3… Statement coat + wide pants + shirt = day to night elegant with a twist

In the begging of the video I am wearing a cozy robe from Marks and Spencer and drinking my favourite Anassa organic herbs.

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Hand Embroidered coat from India, very similar from Etsy , and this one or silk parsley print Etro (on sale) and this

Blouse from Zara, similar pink blouse Maje on sale

Pants Mango, similar here

Prada handbag, similar new season medium leather Prada shoulder bag

Shoes Isabel Marant Poppy pumps, similar suede court shoes here

Thank you for reading !!

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