I recently bought this amazing tan coatigan. It’s not super heavy/thick material, and I am absolutely in LOVE! It’s a gorgeous, timeless piece. I’ve been eyeing the J.Crew version, but it’s often sold out which lead me to this version via Line in Dot at Shopbop. Since purchasing it, I have worn it multiple ways. I thought it would be fun to share 6 ways to wear a tan coatigan with you. I love getting creative with my closet. This is really one of those pieces that will not only stand the test of time but also help you get more wear out of your other closet items!
6 Ways to Wear a Tan Coatigan
With Black Jeans/Pants and a White Top
Probably the easiest and most classic pairing is black jeans or pants for a work version and a white top or blouse. I’m wearing a simple white ribbed tank. I added my black mules, but you could do a black pump or even a sneaker. You can take this one pairing and dress it up or down depending on where you want to wear it.
Pair with Your Favorite Plaid
I LOVE camel and red together, so it was really fun to break out my favorite red plaid flannel shirt. You could do a red and black or white and black buffalo plaid too. I added my favorite cognac booties (use code LTD2107 for 20% off), but you could do any shoe you have.
Try Leggings and Stripes
Okay let’s be real, I live in my leggings! Next up in my 6 ways to wear a tan coatigan had to be a legging option! I grabbed my favorite striped t-shirt, added my current favorite $26 faux leather leggings, and the boots I am currently obsessed with (more on this post) for a cool and easy outfit!
Dress It Up with a Cami and Heels
I love dressing up my coatigan for date night with a lace cami and heels. This looks feels so fun and different than the others to me! My exact cami is old, but my same jeans are available. I ordered the long and trimmed them to be the perfect length for me.
Pair with a Chambray Shirt
Who doesn’t love a chambray shirt?! I’ve had mine from Old Navy forever (shop it here and here)! It’s perfect under camel/tan, and I especially love it paired with a leopard shoe. I picked my black crop flare jeans, but you could do regular denim or even a dressier black pant for work.
Try It Over a Dress
Last but not least, try your coatigan over a dress! I opted for my favorite black fitted dress and boots. I do recommend a shorter more fitted dress so you don’t have a ton of competing fabric around your ankles.