If you want to get more mileage out of your favorite outerwear, the solution is easy: button it up and wear as a dress. From oversized blazers to polished double-breasted coats, here are eight ways to wear the look now.
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The Hunger Games: Catching Fire actress made sure her Christian Dior embroidered coat from the Resort 14 collection didn’t play second fiddle to a dress—because it was the dress!
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Minus a shirt and pants, the model/DJ’s Chanel jacket exudes sex appeal in spades.
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At the Guggenheim International Gala earlier this month, Sobieski created a figure-flattering silhouette by belting her Dior coat.
Aimee Song of Song of Style
Haute Hippie’s Oversize One-Button Asymmetric Blazer ($595) is ready for after-hours fun when paired with Balmain’s leather peep-toe boots, as Song demonstrates.
We can’t say for sure whether Duma’s collarless red number is actually a coat or dress, but we love the way she wore it as the latter with a matching clutch and nude pumps.
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The Russian beauty stopped traffic in a blue metallic Burberry Prorsum trench coat paired with Louis Vuitton heels.
Blair Eadie of Atlantic-Pacific
Thanks to a fit-and-flare silhouette, Eadie’s RED Valentino Taffeta Puffer Coat ($895) easily doubles as a ladylike frock.
Chiara Ferragni of The Blonde Salad
Ferragni’s cotton candy pink Sonia Rykiel jacket is just long enough to function as a mini dress.
Daisy Lurex Swing Coat ($178)
Long Eye-Embroidered Wrap Coat ($2320)
Tapestry Coat ($695)
Virginia Fit and Flare Coat ($615) in White
Belted Feather Down Long Coat ($190) in Mystery
Fit-and-Flare Bow Coat ($250)
Belle Boucle Coat ($356) in Orange
Belted Lace Print Coat ($1375)
Double Breasted Trench Coat ($379)