Camel Coat

The camel coat is one of the must-have coats one need to add to his/his wardrobe. It is one of the most classic cover-ups of all, and it wore whether you are dressing down or up (casual or classy). The camel coat comes in different shades, so one needs to be extra sure when buying it. One of the things I really like about it is that you don’t need a lot of undercovers when putting it on. No wonder it is adored by any fashion icon you can think of. If there’s one thing you need to add to your wardrobe during winter, let it be the camel trench coat (if you don’t have one).

Looking at the background of the photos, I know one can guess the location (wink). In case you’re still wondering, the place is VENICE-ITALY. One of the romantic cities in the world, and I’m even thinking of having one of my honeymoons there in the future (haha). The place was very full this trip around because of their carnival, and do not be deceived that Italy ain’t cold during winter. If you say the south side ain’t cold I will agree. So select your outfits well when traveling to Italy during winter

Because Venice is a romantic city (one of a kind), I chose the camel coat with a vest of its shade, and a white shirt. The rest is navy blue, from my tie to the chukka boot. Enjoy the photos. (

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The suede chukka boot with the Italian flag (classy).


The green detail leather watch by Komono is very classy. Thanks to Komono for the watch.

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Actually the tie is a knitted type, and I will recommend it for you guys out there.



Photos by: Adwoa Nicoletta

Camel coat – Zara

Pants – H &M

Tie – Piazza Italia

Watch – Komono

Boot – Chukka

Shirt – Marks & Spencer

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