12 coats to cover up in style at the Cheltenham Festival next month
Top row L-R: Cordings, House of Bruar, eBay, House of Bruar, Latham & Taylor, Vintage tweed coat – The Lady’s Maid Preloved (email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase).
Bottom row L-R: Bella Freud, Monsoon, Katharine Hooker, Monsoon, Katharine Hooker, Karen Millen.
Wear it with:
The coat is the main event of the outfit at Cheltenham so you can keep it simple underneath – a merino roll neck paired with a tweed skirt is a good classic option. March weather can be topsy turvy so an extra thermal layer underneath is a good idea too.
- Tweed skirt – Really Wild Clothing
- Merino roll neck – Cos
- Thermal vest – M&S
- Opaque tights – John Lewis
I favour a traditional country look at Cheltenham but tweeds don’t have to be dull and old fashioned and can look stylish when worn with the right accessories. A silk scarf will add a touch of chic to the country look – I like this equestrian themed one from Holland Cooper or you could trim your coat with a faux fur collar. I love this chic burgundy felt trilby style had from Lock Hatters which would pair well with a tweed coat. A good pair of block leather heels is essential too – Fairfax & Favor have a wide range.
Hats from left to right: Justine Bradley-Hill, Juliette Botterill, Camilla Rose, Sally Ann Provan, Sarah Cant.
Coat – Shrimps, Top – Cos, Earrings – Kiki McDonough, Hat – Rosie Olivia, Gloves – Mulberry, Boots – Fairfax & Favor, Skirt – Really Wild Clothing, Bag – Fairfax & Favor.