When we were travelling around Europe it was almost winter. There were lots of jackets, coats and cardigans worn on the street.
Long, baggy-like coats that were either plain or eclectic were one of the main trends in both Paris and Copenhagen. They were either worn over the shoulders, with a large or baggy scarf or with long pants and trainers or boots. This style is trending a lot at the moment and you will notice most people wearing it all around Europe, especially with the weather.
Middle-length leather jackets or khaki jackets were worn a lot as well, especially with skinny or ripped jeans.
Cape-like throw-overs and fluffy vests were also pretty popular. These jackets portrayed a cool, urban style. The designs of the throw-overs included white with colourful patterns (blue, red etc.) and also neutral colours such as grey and beige.
Long cardigans with a sort of rugged texture were worn all over the streets, especially in Copenhagen. They were usually worn with jeans or tights and go down to just above the knees. Trainers or boots with a small heel/wedge are usually worn with it and the texture of the fabric is quite thick. It can be worn casually and with friends or family on weekends (e.g trainers, jeans, backpacks, casual top), or it could be worn formally depending on what you wear underneath and what accessories you have with it (e.g. high heels, dresses, leather pants, jewellery, handbags).