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3 Coats from Freya Killin’s Edit to Ease you Into the New Year


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Jan 12, 2022

As we ease into 2022, our wardrobes are due a new-year clear out (not least to banish what’s left of the festive sparkles and sequins). Luckily for us, fashion influencer, self-confessed shopaholic and content creator Freya Killin’s latest edit is here to help cure our January blues and inspire us for a brand-new year.

And, as we progress into the real depths of winter, there’s one item Freya does best and that is, of course, coats.

With her classic-yet-polished style, plus an envy-inducing collection of timeless coats, Freya has winter dressing on lock. Now, thanks to her very own New Look edit, we’ll be replicating her style for the big chill coming our way. Packed with timeless longline styles you’ll treasure for years to come and cosy teddy shackets you’ll never want to take off, there’s a coat for everyone.

1. The Timeless Longline Coat

Ready to meet your new favourite layer? Take inspo from Freya by adding this black longline belted coat to your wardrobe. We’re obsessed with its timeless appeal and ability to look good with everything in your wardrobe. Trust us when we say you’ll want to wear this classic coat all day, every day



2. The Cosy Teddy Shacket

For those tricky in between days where a coat is too much but a jacket too little, Freya comes to the rescue with the ultimate wardrobe saviour, the longline teddy shacket. Quite possibly the cutest cover up we’ve ever seen, we’re obsessed with the neutral tones and how she keeps it comfy yet sophisticated with our classic mom jeans. New year brunch dates and coffee morning runs have never looked so good.



3. The Trending Quilted Jacket

Freya is the queen of the capsule wardrobe, but sometimes a trend comes around you know will last in your wardrobe for years to come. This winter, quilted jackets are both trending and timeless. Freya’s all-black palette keeps her looks classic, while the shoulder bag and chunky boots give it a ‘90s edge .


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