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Karlie Kloss’ Coats Defined Her Paris Fashion Week Style

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While everyone may be gathered to witness history in the making on the Paris Fashion Week runways, this season's street style has been just as noteworthy. And amidst a sea of PVC bucket hats and edgy suit sets, a handful of celebrities have opted for relaxed ensembles that are wearable far beyond fashion month. Karlie Kloss' coats all have one thing in common: they're simple statement pieces that are ideal for everyday wear this season.

Kloss took Paris Fashion Week by storm when she stepped out wearing three different looks over the span of a single day. Although the 26-year-old began her morning in Paris on Wed. in a longline coat, she had two separate (but oddly similar) wardrobe changes throughout the day. Ahead, The Zoe Report breaks down each of Kloss' coats for the ultimate cold-weather dressing inspiration.

White & Wool

Kloss exited her Paris hotel wearing a white, belted trench coat that grazed her knees. She paired the piece with a button-up blouse, ankle-length trousers with side stripes, and classic black loafers. The model pulled her hair back into a relaxed bun and shielded her face from the paparazzi with oversized black glasses.

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Single-Breasted Draped Wool Coat

Harris Wharf London

There's nothing better than looking put together and feeling cozy at the same time. Wrap yourself up when it starts to get cold by tying the belt around your waist, or wear it open as a cardigan.

Fenn Oversized Wool-Blend Bouclé Coat

Ganni

Everything is oversized this season, and this piece is no exception. Layer this boxy coat over a sweater dress for a comfortable work look. Add fun boots and a leather backpack for a relaxed yet completely polished vibe.

Boiled Wool Blend Fit & Flare Coat

Halogen

This slim-fitting, retro-inspired trench is the ultimate professional staple to add to your winter work wardrobe.

Long Leather

As her day in Paris carried on, Kloss swapped out her classic wool trench for something a bit more exciting. She opted for a burnt-orange, long leather coat on top of a cream sweater dress with a plunging neckline. The outfit was full of black accents, including her lacy bra peeking through the dress, embellished sandals, and a structured mini tote.

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Melinda Coat

Majorelle

While this deep, autumnal hue is definitely a statement, it compliments just about every other fall color in your closet. Experiment by pairing it with maroon, brown, mustard yellow, or even emerald green if you're feeling up to it.

Glossed-PU Trench Coat

Rains

Protect your outfit from the elements and look good while doing so with this glossy blue trench.

Leather Trench Coat

Theory

Noticeably different than the leather moto jacket (or three) that you already have hanging up in your closet, this piece is perfect to throw on over an otherwise basic, all-black look.

Silky Duster

Kloss finished off the day with the perfect evening-wear trench. This time, a whole lot brighter and little bit sassier. She wore a canary-yellow satin duster over a black midi dress, completing the look with feathered heels and loose, undone waves.

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Michelle Robe

Tularosa

The coolest part about this robe? You can style it multiple ways. Wear it open over a t-shirt and jeans, or wear it as a dress by tying it around your waist.

Long-Sleeve Linen Duster Coat

Go Silk

Layer this understated, oversized button-up on top of a turtleneck sweater or graphic t-shirt.

Longline Satin Trench Coat

Forever 21

Wear this satin trench on a night out with a black mini dress, patent-leather pumps, gold jewelry, and a beaded clutch.