"Our cold-weather dressing strategy is simple: Stay warm, look chic. And, while we never want to sacrifice our silhouette for the sake of a toasty coverall, we admit it can be daunting to find a trusty topper that actually flatters your shape. Until now."
Hourglass — The trick to finding the perfect coat for you is selecting a cut that flatters, not flattens, your best assets. Choose single-breasted options with skirted bottoms and a thick belt to tie it all together while showing off your tapered waistline.
Petite & Compact — Because your frame is small, pick something that won't completely engulf your body. The length should extend no further than your hips and you should avoid super-dramatic embellishments — instead, opt for rich, bold colors.
Pear-Shaped — Choose a big, dramatic collar to draw the eyes up toward your shoulders and décolletage. The straight shape of this car coat will also help perfectly balance your awesome below-the-waistline curves.
Busty — Steer clear of the billowy or double-breasted options. Instead, opt for linear shapes with a V-neck that will streamline your look and keep you warm without hiding your figure.
Short Torso — Blazer coats are not only on-trend, they also happen to flatter a range of body types. This shape, with its long lapel, will help elongate a short torso. Just remember to pick a hem that's not too far past your hips, so you can show off the length of your legs as well.
Swimmer's Shoulders — Forgo any structured, tailored options that may not comfortably fit your strong-shouldered shape. Select a softer shoulder and oversized lapel.They'll flow gracefully instead of straining across your delts.
Apple-Shaped — When choosing a coat, in general, it's best to avoid shapes that cling to your largest measurement. This wrapped number with an all-over pattern creates an A-line shape that will flatter without drawing any unwanted attention to your midsection.
Boyish — Create instant curves with this military-meets-peplum number. While the strong shoulders and double-breasted details will flatter your top, the belted-peplum middle will work the same magic on your lower half. Voilà!
Botticelli Babe — This asymmetric cut is inherently flattering because it's designed to wrap the body. This fit will be hugging your curves in all the right ways.
Power Arms — Whether you're packing MObama-like biceps or simply find that standard coats tend to be too tight around your limbs, you're in luck. Oversized sleeves and cocoon-shaped coats with wider arm holes are huge (pun intended) this season. Meaning: Your options are endless!