Fall 2014 New York Fashion Week – Coats

Last Updated on December 29, 2017 by Ellen Christian

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Vermont is a long way from New York City and I have never had the chance to attend New York Fashion Week.  Some day, I would love to watch the models walk down the runway in the latest styles. Since we’re in the middle of winter here in Vermont, I really enjoyed checking out the coats that were featured during New York Fashion Week. I’m sure that my winter look cannot compare to those in the video but I’m pretty stylish for rural Vermont.

Of course, you don’t have to actually attend New York Fashion Week, you can watch this video to see the latest styles. Check out the Glam YouTube Channel for even  more NYFW videos.

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16 thoughts on “Fall 2014 New York Fashion Week – Coats”

  1. I actually really love the coat you’re wearing. It looks warm and comfy. I’m super picky about coats. They need to be loose and flexible. I also like the coat that the third model (I think) is wearing.

  2. I’ve always wanted to attend one of the NY fashion shows, even though I’d feel out of place (and old).  Maybe someday!

  3. I love looking at the pics but I’m on the wrong coast for that, lol. I’m a Midwest girl at heart so will always love coats and keep several more than I need for the warm weather we have. Lived too many years in Colorado and Ohio and will wear need them when I go back. Can’t beat a warm coat for that cozy feeling. Well that and hot chocolate.

  4. I like to wear coats but I have to be comfy while driving in it most because I hate to have anything that feels snug or like it pulls when I move! I like to be able to bend, twist and move any way I want and have it stay in place and not move up and let cold air in.

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