Posted: July 7, 2015 7:38am

I have mentioned before how useful the classic Goat dresses are. I love the material, the myriad of colours and the flattering cut of the clothes.

I picked up this divine coat at one of their sample sales.

Normally we see coats like the one I am wearing below worn formally over dresses and skirts (The Middleton Look), but hopefully here I can show you that you can wear that ‘piece’ casually too.

Now over 40 I have given up keeping things for special occasions- I want to wear and enjoy them everyday !

When I saw this coat I had to have it. It is the perfect shade of blue- you cannot but be happy wearing this piece.

I don’t know how they do it but I love the shades that Goat choose, there is something almost edible about them.

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I love the pairing of the formality of the coat with the laid back joggers. The coat elevates the outfit and makes it special. After the heat wave last week in London it is cooler again- especially in the mornings- and this is the ideal coat to kick off your morning.

2015-06-17 12.44.44Goat really know how to design great coats; the back detailing and swing are just perfect, not to mention the glorious buttons. They are really well tailored but are also comfortable to wear.

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I have paired it here with a pair of American Vintage Rexburg joggers- these are so light and the cotton so soft I cannot recommend them highly enough. I found them on sale on the American Vintage website.

The sandals are from Phillip Lim sandals (called the Martini) and they have a great mid heel- you can run around all day in them. The glasses are from Fendi.

Goat Fashion have a divine Flagship store on Conduit Street W1, worth checking out, and online they have 60%off at the moment.

So check out your wardrobe, take out that ‘special’piece and just wear it !

 

 

 

 

 


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