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There once was as time when sacrificing style for warmth came at the price of looking like a giant cloud. Thankfully, puffer coats have finally become a totally chic winter necessity with the help of new silhouettes and unexpected fabrics. From belted waists to metallic hues, down jackets, once and for all, have gotten the upgrade they deserve.
Selena Gomez is the latest style star to make the case for toasty outerwear. The 27-year-old “Rare” singer stepped out in New York city on Tuesday night sporting Everlane’s white Sleeping Bag puffer layered over a Totême grey set and Puma sneakers.
The oversized coat, which is one of the San Francisco-based brand’s best-selling styles, is made from 100-percent recycled polyester and feathers, while the outer-shell fabric has been constructed from 18 renewed plastic bottles. And the down fill is made with recycled down comforters and pillows. Stylish and sustainable? Say no more.
Shop: Everlane Re:Down® Sleeping Bag Puffer, $198
With three different colors to choose from — black, camel and white (as seen on Selena) — the coat is also available in a shorter length for those looking for a more subtle option. With puffer season in full swing, we’re thinking Selena’s is a must-have. Plus, the reviews are stellar, too!
One Everlane customer wrote, “I live in a pretty cold climate and have always wanted a long puffer to essentially keep me as warm as a sleeping bag on the go. This jacket is perfect. It goes down to my mid calves and keeps me warm without tons of layers underneath…”
Another said, “I wanted a down coat that was basically like a sleeping bag with arms that I could just bundle up and feel completely cozy. Everlane nailed it. Its so warm and cozy, and I love the touches like the elastic cuffs, two way zipper, and the boxy cut which keeps it feeling modern and on trend.”
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