Women’s Wrap Coats Fall-Winter 2016-2017

If you follow fashion trends, you’ve probably seen in magazines and blogs pictures of wrap coats, which are fiercely popular this time. This Japanese style coats burst onto the runways a few seasons ago, and since then, their comfy cut and style versatility don’t stop to inspire fashion designers, transforming the wrap coat into a work of art.

The most important features that attracts women in wrap coat are customizable abilities, which allow this outerwear to become a basic item of wardrobe for a woman of any size and body type. Even if the wrap coat is not oversized, you may wear it, being a plus size girl. And we all know that it’s so hard to pick out a tailored outerwear for somebody with full figure or for a pregnant lady, which belly grows gradually.   So, the modern wrap coat is a great fashion investment, that allows you to create cute, youth, feminine, ethnic looks to steal for others and to inspire them.

Here are trendy wrap coats for women, seen on the runway.

Antonio Marras black coat borrows the basic features from the strict men’s style jacket.

Antonio Marras black wrap coat

Aquilano Rimondi coat has an original asymmetric cut and the classic contrast of black and white.

Aquilano Rimondi black and white wrap coat

Balmain was definitely inspired by the power of bold vertical stripes as one of the main trends of the season.

Balmain striped wrap coat

Blumarine fur coat joins wrap cut, colored horizontal stripes and stylish fur lapel and waist, that really looks like a tail.

Blumarine wrap fur coat

Bottega Veneta offers the statement khaki wrap leather coat with net pattern

Bottega Veneta wrap leather coat

Derek Lam released the classic military trench coat with wide belt at the waist.

Derek Lam wrap trench coat

Dion Lee oversized Burgundy coat is clearly inspired by the aesthetics of Japanese kimono.

Dion Lee oversized wrap coat

Edun wrap beige coat has a knit sweater instead of belt – very modern option.

Edun beige wrap coat

Gabriela Hearst combines several fashion trends: elegant cut with round collar, horizontal stripes and fur trim.

Gabriela Hearst fur trimmed wrap coat

Isabel Marant is still exploring fashion potential of the kimono, thanks to that her wrap coat is very close to authentic Japanese clothing.

Isabel Marant kimono wrap coat

Julien David set foot on the futuristic path and offered a silver metallic wrap coat with belt and buttons.

Julien David silver wrap coat

Max Mara remain true to the classics of the own brand’s authorship with this cashmere dark brown coat with contrasting bright lining and thin leather strap.

Max Mara cashmere wrap coat

MSGM offers a simple black coat, which on the runway was decorated with blue fur scarf.

MSGM simple wrap coat

Light fabric wrap coat by Nina Ricci is perfect to wear over a subtle nightgown dress.

Nina Ricci light wrap coat

Proenza Schouler collecton included this peculiar cut coat with faux fur collar.

Proenza Schouler statement wrap coat

If you are not familiar with fashion innovations regarding the basic cut, then pay attention to the simple elegant cashmere wrap coat from Rochas.

Rochas classic beige long wrap coat

Sportmax milky white coat has an A-line cut and interesting wrap design.

Sportmax statement white wrap coat

Another coat from Sportmax – now sleeveless and with bold accent on the waistline.

Sportmax sleeveless wrap coat

Black coat with a fur collar from Topshop Unique has a thin strap and is perfect for fall and moderately cold winter.

Topshop Unique fur collar wrap coat