Unless you've already entered hibernation mode, you've probably noticed that the temperatures have seriously sagged this week. Shocking, isn't it? Well, we're not going to complain, we've been lucky to have a beautiful back season with sublime colors. I almost reconciled myself with autumn this year so much I found it pretty, nature adorned with ochre, red and orange tones... I promise, I'll stop bitching next year! This sudden cold nevertheless brings me to a subject I hadn't yet discussed here with you: coats! Ah the coats... I have noticed that the coat is a garment that unleashes passions or at least makes people talk a lot. It is not surprising, a coat is expensive and it is better not to make a mistake when you choose it. And you begin to know me, it is once again my (numerous ^^) purchases of failed coats which allowed me to learn how to choose them better
What to look for: the composition on the label
At the risk of repeating myself and teaching you nothing new, always check the composition on the label when you buy a coat. The mistake that almost all of us make is to choose a coat based on style and then price. Or the opposite, but most of the time it is the price that will guide our purchase. While we should always look at the composition on the label first... and yes! The label, always ! Let's remember that we expect a coat to keep us warm (yes, style counts too) and that without checking the composition, it's difficult to judge.
My advice: if a coat combines style and price but its composition is rotten: SEEK, otherwise you will regret it (and freeze). Don't give in to the sirens of fashion and don't let yourself be tempted by the price. By looking carefully, you're bound to find the rare pearl that meets the three criteria for buying a winter coat: style, composition, fair price.