Puffer trend 2021: the best pieces to survive the cold with style As cosy as a duvet.

November 22, 2021

The cold is definitely here, so it’s time to choose the best outwear pieces to survive wintertime, but luckily, the puffer trend 2021 will help you keep warm and comfortable with style.

As we told you in Fall/Winter 2021 coat trends: coats are back and better than ever; puffer coats are a big-time favourite for street style. Not only are they cosy and warm but also, they add coolness and contemporaneity to any outfit. Additionally, they come in different lengths and finishes this season. We’ve seen ankle-length, medium and cropped puffer coats on the 2021 runways, in shiny or matt finishes, colour-block, patchwork, printed; the trends are endless. So, to help you navigate winter like a fashion pro, we hand-picked the best and most wearable puffer pieces for you.

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Sleeveless puffer

Among the several puffer pieces for 2021, sleeveless coats have a cape vibe that shows your knitwear sleeves, thus allowing you to play with different textures and colour combinations.

A touch of colour

Update your favourite winter outfits with a puffer coat in pastel tones or bright colours.

Cropped pieces

Cropped models with an ’80s silhouette are very much on-trend in 2021. Consider doing like Jeanette Madsen and pair your outwear with a baseball cap, another hot trend this winter.

The puffier, the better

Medium-length puffer coats come oversized in 2021; the puffier, the better. You can choose a metallic or shiny finish, two of the coat trends for 2021, or, why not, a whimsical puffer with a wide Peter Pan collar.

Long puffer coat trend

The best way to enjoy the lower temperatures is in a long coat as cosy as your fluffiest duvet cover!

Patchwork love

Fashion is still in love with the revival of the bohemian patchwork. So, why not wear a winter coat with different panels and materials put together? Stella McCartney, for example, combined her puffer style coat with British heritage tailoring.

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