In winter, you definitely don’t have to look like the Michelin Man. Chic retro coats, jackets, and capes keep us warm but still look stylish! In this blogpost, I’m going to show you my favourite pieces to stay warm during the cold season.

Warm retro Coats for Winter

Elegant coats are the classics in autumn and winter. They are chic, cosy, and go very well with almost every dress. And one definitely doesn’t need a lot of different pieces. In my opinion, it’s best to invest in one or two beautiful coats that match the rest of your clothes.

The Angeline Coat by Hell Bunny

The black Angeline Coat by Hell Bunny for example is such a classy piece and one of my favs. It’s flared from the waist down, has pockets and a super warm fake-fur collar. You can shop it here. The coat is also available in teal, by the way.

Vintage-Bloggerin RetroCat mit dem schwarzen Angeline Coat von Hell Bunny im Winter

The Fairy Coat by Hell Bunny

The Fairy Coat by Hell Bunny is very similar to the Angeline Coat. However, this one has some lovely fairytale embroideries. Unfortunately, I couldn’t find the Fairy Coat online anymore, but the red Angeline Coat looks quite similar. You will get it here.

Vintage-Mode-Bloggerin RetroCat in dem roten Fairy Coat von Hell Bunny auf dem Weihnachtsmarkt

More pretty retro Coats

You can find many more beautiful retro coats at TopVintage or Succubus.de. Furthermore, I found some lovely pieces in several different online shops:


Pretty retro Jackets for every Occasion and Temperature

Zu sehr langen und voluminösen Röcken passen Mäntel manchmal einfach nicht ganz so gut. Um trotzdem nicht frieren zu müssen, zeige ich Dir nun meine liebsten Retro-Jacken für den Winter.

A short Blazer in Black 

A short black blazer is a must-have in my opinion. I wear mine a lot during this time of the year, as you can see here, here, and here. It’s getting even cosier if you team the jacket with a fake-fur collar, by the way. Unfortunately, the jacket is quite old and therefore no longer available. But you will find a similar one here as well as here.

RetroCat mit einem schwarzen Blazer von Taifun

A blue Fake-Fur Jacket

If it’s very cold outside, I like to wear my cosy and warm fake-fur jacket in blue which I bought at an outlet las t year, as I already told you in this blogpost. You will find a similar one here.

RetroCat mit einer blauen Kunstpelzjacke im Vintage-Stil

A Faux-Fur Jacket in White

The gorgeous white faux-fur jacket is actually my mum’s wedding jacket, as you maybe already know from this blogpost. This jacket is super warm and looks great, doesn’t it? So it would be a shame to not wear this gorgeous white piece. You can shop a similar one here.

RetroCat in einer weißen Vintage-Faux-Fur-Jacke

More pretty retro Jackets

There are a lot more pretty retro jackets and blazers available, just have a look here and here. Moreover, I linked some other vintage inspired jackets below.


Glamorous retro Capes for special Occasions

Capes are definitely the most glamorous way to stay warm in autumn and winter. I love to team them with long gloves and chic dresses or skirts.

The red Drama Cape by Grünten Mode

The red Drama Cape by Grünten Mode is definitely an eye-catcher and the perfekt piece for special occasions. You can shop it here.

Vintage-Fashion-Bloggerin RetroCat mit dem roten Drama Cape aus Samt von Grünten Mode

The Black Night Cape by Grünten Mode

Same cut, different colour: The Black Night Cape by Grünten Mode has the same dramatic cut as the Drama Cape, but is made of a deep black velvet fabric. You will find it here or at Maison Chi Chi Vintage in Munich.

RetroCat in dem Black Night Cape von Grünten Mode

A Wool Cape by Von 50′

The cosy wool cape by Von 50′ keeps you warm even when it’s snowing and is in incredible glamorous. Unfortunately, it’s from an older collection and therefore no longer available.

Vintage-Bloggerin RetroCat in einem Woll-Cape von Von 50'

More pretty vintage inspired Capes

It isn’t that easy to find beautiful vintage inspired capes. Nevertheless, I discovered some more gorgeous pieces:

Which kind of winter clothing do you prefer? Coats, jackets, or even capes?

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5 thoughts on “Retro Coats, Jackets and Capes: Warm vintage inspired Winter Clothing

  1. Hi Sandra,
    ich trage im Winter am liebsten Mäntel, damit ich es rundum warm habe! Capes habe ich noch nicht probiert, weil ich gern Rucksäcke trage und beides zusammen nicht so gut funktioniert 😉

    Gracy Q aus meiner Heimatstadt Leipzig hat übrigens auch immer wieder schicke Capes im Programm.

    Ich wünsche dir frohe Weihnachten,
    Anja 🙂

    1. Vielen Dank liebe Anja!
      Da hast Du Recht, Capes und Rücksäcke in Kombination sind etwas schwierig. 😉

      Danke für den Tipp! Da werde ich gleich mal bei Gracy Q vorbeischauen.

      Ich hoffe, Du hattest schöne Feiertage!

      Liebe Grüße,
      Sandra

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