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Shoulder Caping: Miranda Kerr's White Coat and Print Dress Look for Less

Miranda Kerr's white coat and floral dress look for less
We get it: Just because it's fall doesn't mean it's cold where you happen to reside. And that's why Miranda Kerr's chic jet-setting outfit is inspiring us today. You can indulge your yearning for coats by draping a white topper over a summery print dress. The key is wearing your coat like a cape, fashion-editor style. Nude sandals and a black carryall complete the look, while a blue belt adds a touch of the unexpected. Read on to get our look for less picks...

Miranda Kerr's white coat and floral dress look for less

Shop the Celebrity Look for Less:
Forever 21 dress, $22.90 (also feeling this darker floral print dress with sleeves) // H&M wool blend coat, $129 // Charlotte Russe heels, $30.90 // Dorothy Perkins leather bag, $79 (down from $110) // Space Style Concept belt, $24 // A.J. Morgan sunglasses, $24 at nordstrom.com


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Miranda Kerr Photo Credit: PRPhotos.com

Comments
First, I think this look is adorable. But as a lifelong Minnesotan, I have a very serious question about this look ... what kind of situation would one be in where they would want to wear both sandals and a wool peacoat?

I really need to know, because I keep seeing these cute outfits that just make no sense to me from a climate/seasons/weather perspective. It's like the equivalent of wearing leather gloves with your bikini.
#1 ajdematteo on 2015-10-14 08:40 (Reply)
I wish I could answer this but I can't. She was traveling so maybe it got chilly on the plane but her feet were fine...? I don't get how so many celebs are wearing leather in the midst of a heatwave, either!
#1.1 The Budget Babe on 2015-10-14 19:55 (Reply)
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