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Tuesday, April 2nd, 2019

With the recent freezing temps in Nash, this Max Mara teddy bear coat is the only thing getting me out and about!

Thanks to The Cut I know that the teddy bear coat got it’s start in postwar Britain. It makes sense since anytime I wear it feels like a proper nod to vintage. Fun fact, it was actually first designed for men! I laughed a little thinking about Mad leaving home in this… But if you know me, you know I love a gender-neutral pieces! I borrow from the boys all the time.

Faux fur pieces are everywhere this season, but Max Mara is responsible for the teddy bear coat being a  hero piece. The coat first graced Max Mara’s 2013 Fall/Winter Runway and has been coveted since. It’s become a true icon.

Teddy Coat Max Mara Happily Grey

VERSATILITY. . . My favorite part about the coat. I can dress it down with sneakers, good denim, and a beanie or barrettes for day, or pair it with a black slip and booties for a night out. Either way the coat elevates the outfit and while keeping me super cozy.

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Few iterations of the teddy bear statement compare to Max Mara, but if your not ready to splurge and still want to try the trend out- here are some more affordable options.  Something tells me they will be around for seasons to come.


Teddy Coat Max Mara Happily Grey

What’s your favorite way to wear a Teddy Coat?




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17 responses to “TEDDY 

  1. I did not even think before coming here that I could read such a great topic. How can a person communicate so nicely? I want to come here again because I do not want to miss such a good post. There is nothing to say.

  2. That looks like the perfect coat that will keep you warm…and stylish too. I was looking for hoodies with original designs on them that’s when I stumbled upon a blue t-shirt with the slogan “I quanta believe” written on it. Frankly, I didn’t know what the word “quanta” meant so I looked it up and I was like “wow”. The store was called Mohamed’s Store named after the owner Mohamed Ben Ali who is an E-Commerce graduate. It sells t-shirts, hoodies, posters, stickers, wall tapestries, smartphone cases… Other t-shirts were with slogans in French, Swedish and Portuguese. It is definitely worth checking out. I really liked one poster of the beach so I bought it and decorated my room with it.

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