Trends/ Product Reviews/ Fashion / 04 Aug, 2022
7 Ways to Wear My Favorite Camel Coatigan
These next few weeks, I’ll be sprinkling in a hefty dose of fall fashion along with my usual summer content. I think it’s safe to say that all the best selling items will sell out before the season even begins. So to keep you girls ahead of the game, I’ll be focusing on the items I believe will go fast. First up is the ever-popular Mango camel coatigan. This lightweight, cozy layer is one of my favorites for fall and winter. I wear it with literally everything from tailored pants and heels to jeans and sneakers to dresses and boots. There’s no going wrong when it comes to styling. Mango first launched this iconic staple back in 2019 and has continually brought it back because of high demand. It’s currently available on the site HERE in two new colors along with the classic camel. I’ve actually been eyeing the gray one! But in case you’ve been on the fence about this cardigan coat, I wanted to share 7 looks that prove you need it!
Mango Camel Coatigan (wearing an XS/S) | Similar White Bodysuit | Revolve White Linen Pants (exact style sold out, similar here – better for budget here) | Bottega Veneta The Pouch Bag | Celine Sunglasses (better for budget here)
1. Summer to Fall
The camel coatigan is a life saver when transitioning from summer to fall. It’s thick enough to add warmth but not so heavy that it’ll weigh you down. I’ll often layer mine over summer basics, like a ribbed bodysuit and linen pants.
Mango Camel Coatigan | Amazon White Workout Set | Nike Daybreak Sneakers (also here) | Fendi Sunshine Tote | NY Yankees Cap
We all have those days when we want to live in workout sets and loungewear. The camel coatigan is the perfect way to elevate those casual pieces enough so you can wear them out. This outfit here was one of my fall uniforms last year. I’d switch up the workout set and sneakers for a brand new look.
Mango Camel Coatigan | Similar Fendi Aviator Sunglasses | Golden Goose Leopard Sneakers | Bottega Veneta The Pouch Bag | Express Body Contour Bodysuit | Abercrombie White Denim
3. Summer Casual
This sweater coat looks just as good for everyday, casual wear too. It’s a foolproof way to take your white jeans into fall. I love mixing in elevated patterns, such as leopard, to add visual interest.
Mango Camel Coatigan | Superdown Faux Leather Skirt (wearing an XXS) | H&M Black Sweater | Christian Louboutin Leopard Heels (similar here, better for budget here) | Bottega Veneta The Pouch Bag | Givenchy Sunglasses (on sale & under $150!)
4. Edgy Workwear
Black and camel is my go-to color combination because it’s equal parts luxe and edgy. Whether I’m gearing up for a date night or heading to a work meeting, I can always rely on my coatigan to tie everything together.
Mango Camel Coatigan | Wolford Camel Turtleneck Bodysuit | Mother Gray Jeans | Nine West Over-The-Knee Boots | Nine West Snakeskin Handbag (exact style sold out, similar here) | Bottega Veneta Sunglasses
5. Camel Tones
When we get into the thick of fall, you’ll find endless uses for the Mango coatigan. It can be layered to perfection with turtlenecks and over-the-knee boots. There’s no limit to your styling options, which means your cost per wear is essentially pennies. This layering device is only $129!
Mango Camel Coatigan | Express Black Bodysuit | Blank NYC Faux Leather Pants | Louis Vuitton Palm Springs Mini Backpack | Louis Vuitton Ranger Combat Boots (better for budget here) | NY Yankees Cap
6. Fall Off Duty
As soon as fall rolls around, I start trading my jeans and sneakers for edgy alternatives, like faux leather pants and combat boots. If things start to feel to heavy or over the top, I know I can rely on the trusty coatigan to soften things up.
Mango Camel Coatigan | Amazon Green Tunic Sweater | Lack of Color Green Hat | Stuart Weitzman Over-The-Knee Boots (better for budget here) | Louis Vuitton Toiletry Pouch 26
7. Green With Envy
I practically live in sweater dresses on the weekends in the fall. Finding the right jacket to pair them with can be tricky, but you don’t have to look further than the coatigan. It’s roomy enough for any of your favorite knit dresses or tunic. Another great thing about the color is that it wears well with fall jewel tones whether you’re into green, oxblood, red or cobalt.