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This modern country escape in West Cork is on the market for €400,000
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3 ways to style a shearling coat

3 ways to style a shearling coat


by Sarah Finnan
10th Feb 2024

Fancy wearing what can only be described as a wooly blanket around your shoulders? Invest in a shearling coat and you'll always be warm. Here are three ways to style the cold weather favourite.

With stripes and a slip skirt

Striped tees and slip skirts; two wardrobe stalwarts you’ll wear year in, year out. Add your shearling coat on top for a classy February-friendly outfit to take you from office to post-work drinks. Tights and loafers complete the look.

With leather trousers

This shearling jacket from M&S is one you’ll have for years. Wear it with black leather-look leggings, a cashmere jumper and your favourite trainers to ensure maximum levels of cosiness.

With Uggs

For peak comfort, you can’t go wrong with Ugg boots and leggings – a flared pair will make you look put together with little to no effort. Keep it simple with a white tee and add some jewellery for interest.

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