Skip to main content

18 WAYS TO WEAR A LONG BEIGE PUFFER

Hello readers and/or fellow bloggers. I hope your week has been up to a good start. February is here and that means we still have two months of winter ahead of us. Winter outwear is a big part of winter fashion. One could even argue that outwear is possibly the most important part of winter style. With a warm and stylish coat/jacket, you're more than half way there, aren't you? Sometimes all we want is to stay warm. That is why a long puffer jacket is such a great option in winter. Pick one in neutral colour and you can wear it in a variety of ways. You can always jazz things up with colourful winter accessories (as I often do)Today I shall show you 18 ways to style a long beige puffer. They say you need to wear an item 30 times in order to make it sustainable. I'm pretty sure I have worn this long beige puffer at least that many times, but I managed to find 18 photographed outfits in my blog archives (I don't take photos of my outfits daily) and that's not a bad number either. I have had this long puffer for a few years and I do wear it a lot. I'm aiming for at least 50 wears, but let's back to the subject. Scroll down to see and read more.

This post will be mostly visual. I will share outfits featuring this long puffer coats. One thing I noticed while browsing these looks is how easy it is to dress this puffer coat up and down. It is true that puffer jackets and coats are a bit more casual in tone, but you can dress them up with heels. I have worn this coat with both dresses and jeans. I find it that a  puffer jacket/coat can work great with both casual and dressy outfits. 

I do like puffer jackets. As far as I remember, I have always relied on them in the winter. I have this long beige one that I wear often because it is incredibly warm and comfortable. I also have a long black puffer I wear just as much. Best thing about a puffer jacket is that you can easily dress it up and down. To dress it up all you need is some fancy shoes or boots. A pair of high heeled boots and a nice bag will usually do the trick. Wearing a long puffer jacket in a casual way is no brainer as well. Just pair it with a sweater, jeans and sneakers and you're ready to go. Accessories can change up your puffer jacket look. Choose dressy or feminine ones if you prefer a girly feel to your winter outfits. 

Indeed, a long puffer jacket can be a life saver when it comes in creating feminine but warm winter outfits. At time times, it is incredibly easy to style it in a casual way. Now, tell me what kind of coats do you like to wear in winter? Do you like puffer jackets?  What are your favourites when it comes to winter outwear? Do you like coloured and statement coats or do you prefer classical black ones? 

1. WITH JEGGINGS, BOOTS AND AN OVERSIZED SCARF

2. WITH JEANS, POINTY BOOTS AND A TARTAN SCARF

3. WITH AN ANIMAL PRINT DRESS AND HEELED BOOTS

4. WITH SNEAKERS, JEGGINGS AND A TURTLENECK SWEATER


5. WITH A FAUX FUR SCARF, JEANS AND DR. MARTENS BOOTS


6. WITH HEELED CARAMEL BOOTS, JEANS AND A SHIRT

7. WITH A FAUX FUR STOLE, JEANS AND A BEANIE

8. WITH A DENIM SKIRT, BLACK TOP AND HEELED BOOTS

9. WITH A HAT, A STATEMENT NECKLACE, A PAIR OF JEANS AND SNEAKERS


10. WITH A RED HOODIE, JEANS AND SNEAKERS


11. WITH ORANGE JEANS, A BLACK CARDI AND DR.MARTENS BOOTS


12. WITH BLUE FAUX FUR SCARF, ORANGE JEANS AND HEELED BOOTS

13. WITH SNEAKERS, A RED BASKETBALL HAT AND A FOLKLORE BAG


14. WITH A BLUE DRESS, A SILK BLOUSE, LEGGINGS AND POINTY BOOTS


15. WITH LEOPARD LEGGINGS AND CARAMEL BOOTS


Thank you for reading and visiting. What is your favourite look with this puffer? Have a lovely day!

Comments

  1. Puffer coats are really comfy and fun to wear in winter. I love all the ways you styled this classic coat, particularly with the Burberry scarf. I have 1 puffy jacket that I refer to as my blizzard jacket since it served me well in many large snowstorms! However now that I live in a much warmer climate I don't seem to need winter coats anymore. I still get to accessorize with scarves some days!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Very good advices. I love jacket like this Because in person who is always cold :D

    ReplyDelete
  3. I must confess, I don't really like puffer. BUT you make it look very glamorous and gorgeous <3

    ReplyDelete
  4. that is such a cosy jacket and so perfect for your colder weather - I'm sure you will be able to hit 50 wears with it soon! :)

    Hope that your week is off to a good start too! Another busy week here! :)

    Away From Blue

    ReplyDelete
  5. How many stylish and warm outfits with that puffer coat!
    You look beautiful in all of them but my favorite are with leopard leggings and also with denim skirt!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you. I do like these leopard leggings.

      Delete
  6. Amei o look ♥️
    Sigo você 😉

    ReplyDelete
  7. So cute, I like your photos ♥

    ReplyDelete
  8. Love this post, this jacket is so versatil and fashion

    Kisses
    www.pimentadeacucar.com

    ReplyDelete
  9. Cool review. Beautiful photos and great stylish ideas. Thank you for sharing.

    ReplyDelete
  10. The 30 times for sustainability really makes you think sometimes. I know I have pieces in my closet which may not get that much wear (sometimes if that at all) which frustrates me to no end. I've never been a huge fan of a puffy jacket, mainly because I've always thought it would make me look larger than I am. But a few years back I tried a navy one to use for work and haven't looked back. I've definitely worn it more than 30 times now. Maybe triple in the spate of two years!

    Sxx
    www.daringcoco.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you Sonia. Yes, the 30 wear rule makes one think. I also have items that I will probably not wear 30 times- not any time soon, such as formal dresses and so on. But it makes me realize that I really need to make most of my purchases practical- best to buy something we know we will wear.

      Delete
  11. Hey Ivana, how you doing?! This kind of posts are my favorite on my blog since they really teach us something and there is no necessity to have tons of clothes, you can get creative around one garment like this example!

    I liked all the options, such a versatile piece, but I adore how this neutral color contrast with colorful stripes like the example you put here :D!

    Pablo
    www.heyfungi.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I'm doing fine, thank you. I'm happy you like this kind of posts, they are some of my favourite posts to make.

      Delete
  12. Me ne devo comprare uno così anche io perché pare che stia venendo il freddo!
    Il tuo mi piace molto, sembra caldissimo!
    Don't Call Me Fashion Blogger
    Facebook
    Bloglovin'

    ReplyDelete
  13. Wow so many options here- My number one are number 1 and 11 :-) I like this all colors together there. That's great that you show us in how many ways we can use one piece of clothes and as a result gets so many different outfits- love it

    huges
    //Karo

    ReplyDelete
  14. Dear Ivana, I see your puffer coat is a wonderful versatile piece and as usual the combinations you have created are perfect! I'm happy I own some puffer coats as they keep me really warm and thanks to you I have now even some more possibilites to style them!
    Liebe Grüße, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

    ReplyDelete
  15. You style your clothes so well Ivana!

    ReplyDelete
  16. Decisamente i piumini sono la scelta milgiore per combattere il freddo in tutta comodità! :)
    Io a dire il vero non li uso molto, a parte la giacca a vento che uso per sciare, per la città ne ho solo uno bianco che ho comprato tantissimi anni fa e ho messo davvero poco, di solito preferisco i cappotti o i parka perchè mi sembra sempre troppo sportivo.
    Il tuo invece lo trovo molto adatto anche per la città sia per modello che per colore, è davvero elegante e mi piace anche molto come l'hai abbinato nelle varie occasioni!
    Ma più di tutto sono rimasta colpita dalla tua acconciatura con la treccia che gira intorno alla testa: bellissima!!!
    Baci!
    S
    https://s-fashion-avenue.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  17. I totally agree that our outwear might be the most important part of winter style. You have definitely demonstrated the style and versatility of your puffer. I favor a long performance down jacket for warmth. Mine is smooth and dark grey. It looks minimal and it may not be the most stylish but honestly during the winter, I'm more concerned about staying warm than anything else and it has seen me through more than a few winters already.

    ReplyDelete
  18. I love the beige color of the puffer- so chic and goes with almost everything!

    -Ashley
    Le Stylo Rouge

    ReplyDelete
  19. I think the issue with a lot of puffer coats is that they are shapeless, and make us look like giant larvae! This one is wonderful because of the belt (gives you shape) and the removeable fur trim on the hood (for an extra bit of warmth and/or dressiness). I would love a long puffer, but I loathe the colours that most of them come in (sorry, I hate beige!). I had a brown one, but I hated the colour. Because I rarely shop retail I haven't been able to find one that is a decent colour (I would love red, blue, yellow, anything but black, white, beige, brown or grey!).

    Great work on at least 18 wearings of your puffer, Ivana!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I agree. Shapelessness is a big issue with puffer. I often belt them or buy ones that come with a belt.

      Delete
  20. Thanks for sharing this good fashion blog. Is there very lot of information. I am very glad to here you.
    Thanks a lot. Please check also my blog website.
    TheMindFreeGuy!

    ReplyDelete
  21. I have to admit I'm not really a fan of puffer coats. I've never owned one as I don't think it suits my style, but never say never: who knows I might not bump into one in a spectacular colour in the charity shops?
    My preferred coats for winter are classic wool or tweed ones, if possible with fur trim. I have several, as I love to be able to change my outerwear. My favourites are two brown textured wool coats, one with fur collar and hem, and my beloved green, fur collared one. With my pale colouring, I really can't do beige, either. But you certainly carry yours off magnificently. I love it that it has removable fur trim - that is, if my eyes aren't deceiving me. Well done on 18 different wears, Ivana. Hope you're having a great week so far! xxx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you so much. I can understand why you are not a fan of puffer coats. They are not exactly in vintage style and they don't fit most vintage outfits. It does have a removable faux fur trim, I often wear it with other coats now.

      Delete
  22. This beige puffer is a great pick for freezing winter, You have styled it perfectly even with every outfit.
    You are looking gorgeous girl in all pics<3
    Have a great day.
    Kisses<3
    http://www.rakhshanda-chamberofbeauty.com/

    ReplyDelete
  23. Oh what a lovely Post.
    The look is perfect for the colder days.
    The jacket suits you perfectly.

    take a look at my BLOG and my INSTAGRAM

    ReplyDelete
  24. Amazing post, Ivana!!
    I love your long puffer jacket, and that really suits to you!
    Many sustainable ideas inspire me, and particularly the outfit with the fur stole is so fantastic!!
    Thank you for sharing <3

    akiko

    ReplyDelete
  25. That puffer jacket looks very beautiful and I love how you style it. I love these posts where you show different ways how style one piece. You are so creative and have amazing style.

    New Post - http://www.exclusivebeautydiary.com/2020/02/kiehls-calendula-herbal-extract-toner_9.html

    ReplyDelete

  26. Happy Monday beautiful.
    Love <3
    http://www.rakhshanda-chamberofbeauty.com/

    ReplyDelete
  27. I love the beige colour of the puffer and all the ways you styled it! It's so versatile and I'm sure you will hit 50 wears with it soon!
    Julia x
    https://www.thevelvetrunway.com/

    ReplyDelete
  28. Hi
    You have so many outfits in photos, I guess you shoot your outfits every day!!
    xoxo

    marisasclosetblog.com

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

All your comments mean a lot to me, even the criticism. Naravno da mi puno znači što ste uzeli vrijeme da nešto napišete, pa makar to bila i kritika. Per me le vostre parole sono sempre preziose anche quando si tratta di critiche.

Popular posts from this blog

VISITING HVAR TOWN IN WINTER PART TWO

Hello dear readers and/or fellow bloggers. Today I'm back with the part two of my visit to Hvar city. Today I'll show you a bit more of this city. This time I'm taking you a bit further away, to fully explore the beautiful promenade this town has to offer. If you take a close look, you'll be able to spot all the historical attractions, such as the fortress of Hvar, the city cathedral and so on in the background. The walking areas on both sides of the city are simply stunning, with lots of tropic and Mediterranean greenery among which you will notice palm trees, giant agava plants and cacti.  How's life treating you? I've been feeling under the weather. I have a nasty throat infection (hard thing to recover from when you talk for a living) and I've been down with fever for the last few days but I haven't missed a single day at work because this is such a busy period for me and I don't see how I can take any days off. I'm drinking ginger tea by t…

READING UPDATE: R. ZELANZY, K. HOSSEINI AND ARTO PAASILINA

It has been a while since my last reading update, hasn't it? I love writing book reviews and you seem to like reading them so I'm back with a new reading update. Today I'll share book reviews for three very different novels with you. The first one is a science fiction novel written by two North American writers. This novel doesn't take itself too seriously and is a fun read. The second book recommendation is a bestseller: an emotional novel  by an Afghan-American writer and doctor.  The third novel I reviewed a dark comedy novel by a Finish author. I'm also going to show you a few ways to wear a cherry print dress in winter. Scroll down to see and read more!


IF AT FAUST YOU DON'T SUCCEED BY ROGER ZELANZY AND ROBERT SHECKLEY 4/5 If at Faust You Don't Succeed is a religious satire of sorts, so it might be offensive to some who are easily offended. That being said, I think it's a great novel. I do like how Roger can make fun of religious concepts but at the …

VISIT BAY PRAPATNA ON ISLAND HVAR WITH ME!

Exploring island Hvar is turning into a new hobby of mine. I love discovering new destinations on this island and sharing them with you. Today I'm taking you to bay Prapatna. Located about 10 kilometers from Jelsa, this beautiful bay has it all: a stunning beach, wonderful views, lots of greenery and crystal clear water. There are two main ways to get to this bay: one is by car (just take a turn from a main road) and the other is by boat. 
HR Istraživanje otoka Hvara se pretvara u novi hobby za mene. Volim otkrivati nove destinacije na ovom otoku i dijeliti ih sa vama. Danas vam vodim u uvalu Prapatnu. Ova prekrasna uvala smještena je oko deset kilometara od Jelse, a čini mi se da ima sve: predivnu plažu, divan pogled, puno zelenila i kristalno čisto more. Postoje dva glavna načina na koji možete doći do nje: jedan je autom (samo skrenite kada vidite znak na glavnoj cesti), a drugi je brodom. 
IT Esplorare l'isola Hvar è  un mio nuovo hobby. Mi piace scoprire nuove destinazioni…