What are the best wool coats for all seasons?

What are some of the best things to wear to the woods this fall?

I’m always looking for new ways to dress up and it’s always nice to have a little something to dress like I used to. 

In the end, though, I’m not a big fan of the old wool trench coat I had in high school.

It’s just too long. 

This winter, though…

I’m ready to embrace the new wool trench, and I’m loving the new coat, too.

I’ve got the classic wool coat that I wear to work every day. 

The wool trench is so much fun to wear and it looks so much better with the new look. 

I like how the wool is soft and fluffy, and how the sleeves feel nice and cozy on the inside. 

It’s great for winter, but it’s also perfect for fall. 

My new wool coat is perfect for my summer season, too, since it’s more flattering. 

Wool trench coats are made of wool, and they come in a wide range of colors. 

Most are lined in a nice soft, fuzzy material called wool-polyester.

I love the cozy, fluffy feeling of these wool coats, but they also feel a bit like a fleece and they don’t come in the softest of colors for comfort. 

You’ll notice in the pictures that I’ve got two different colors of the wool trench. 

If you’re a fan of wool coats with a solid wool lining, you might like the new white wool coat from the same brand. 

But I’ve always preferred wool-lined coats.

I think they look better with a white lining, but I also like the contrast of the two contrasting colors.

So, I opted for the wool-polymer trench coat. 

There are lots of ways to wear wool trench coats, from just getting comfortable in the weather to taking it to the office and dressing up in it for a few hours in the afternoon. 

When you look at a wool trench in the winter, you’ll notice it’s a little bit long.

It is a bit bulky and it feels like it’s made of some kind of fabric. 

And when you’re at the office in the morning, you’re not wearing a wool jacket.

You’re wearing a very thin wool coat.

So you’re going to want to keep your trench coat at a comfortable length and it will be a good idea to keep it out of the way of other office workers or people working in a different department. 

How to wear your wool trenchcoat in the fall? 

If I had to choose one thing to wear for the fall, I’d say the wool coat would be my top choice.

I’d wear it to work the next day or in the evenings.

I could probably dress it up for a big party and be done with it in a couple of hours. 

On the other hand, if I had one suggestion, I think it would be a wool coat with a bit of a contrast. 

Like this one. 

Instead of wearing a cotton jacket, I went for a wool shirt.

I’m sure that a little pattern will go a long way in this style. 

For a more traditional look, I love to wear a wool sweater or a wool blouse with a coat.

I just like the feeling of the material and the way it looks. 

One of my favorite ways to do it is with a wool button down.

I like to wear this look for parties, and it just looks so nice. 

Another option is to wear something like this one over the wool jacket and pull it up to your neck and pull on the buttons and pull the collar up.

It gives you a nice look. 

 What’s the best way to wear the wool vest? 

I always wear a vest with a little layer of wool on the front. 

A vest like this from the wool department is one that’s going to keep me warm for the rest of the fall.

But it’s perfect for the warmer months. 

So, if you have to choose between a wool vest and a wool cardigan, it’s probably the cardigan that’s more comfortable. 

However, if that’s not your thing, you could go for a long-sleeved vest like the one below. 

Here’s a more casual version of the vest. 

Again, the cardigans I’m wearing are the one that I usually wear over my wool vest.

But if I was to choose something else, it would probably be a short-sleeve wool vest like these ones. 

Also, if your going to wear it at the beach, I really like to pull on a long wool sweater.

I find that it’s super comfortable.

The wool sweater is a little too short, though. 

What do you think?

Do you like wool trench jackets?