Hallmark Winter Wear Inspired by Holiday Movies 2020

Although my Christmas trees have been up since November I was a little late to the party when it came to indulging in my favorite Hallmark Holiday movies and I have to say they did not disappoint, especially in the fashion department. Whether they were new for 2020 or ones I have enjoyed in years past, I still love seeing what the characters are wearing and picking out all the trends as well as the timeless closet staples.

A few years ago I did a blog about making your own Hallmark Holiday looks, and while I’m still inspired by what I call the Hallmark Outfit Formula, I felt drawn to the different winter silhouettes this year. For instance, all those amazing jackets, scarves, hats, and gloves. Got to love Hallmark winter wear! I love the colors as well as the neutrals plus a great coat can last you for years and can easily be changed up with the right winter accessories. Below are some of my favorite Holiday Hallmark winter wear styles and where you can get a similar look!

1. If I Only Had Christmas

A Hallmark winter wear look featuring a black peacoat with a burgundy pom hat and plaid scarf.

Photo Credit: Hallmark Channel

The character of Darcy played by Candace Cameron Bure had an incredible amount of fashion choices in the movie If I Only Had Christmas. She wore some great Blackwatch plaid items plus numerous coats paired with all sorts of hats and headbands but this combination caught my eye. I love the slate gray, almost black double-breasted coat with the festive holiday plaid scarf topped off with a burgundy/wine color hat complete with pom pom. It looks so cozy, warm, and a classic that will never go out of style.

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2. A Tree Grows in Colorado

A holiday hallmark winter wear look with a knitted yellow hat, a chocolate brown long wool trench and plaid scarf.

Photo Credit: Hallmark Channel

Another movie I enjoyed was A Tree Grows in Colorado. There were many great coat selections but this one popped out at me. I am a sucker for a plaid scarf but I love the way it was paired with this chocolate wool coat with the wider lapels and the extra pop of color from the yellow knit beret is the perfect finishing touch!

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3. A Shoe Addict’s Christmas

A hallmark winter wear inspired look with a light brown belted wool trench coat, an ivory knitted hat with an ivory scarf.

Although on the pricey side, one coat that I keep seeing over and over again is a belted wrap coat by Ted Baker. It comes in both a short and long version as well as a few different colors. Plus, it can be seen in one of my favorite movies, A Shoe Addict’s Christmas as well as Chateau Christmas and many others. It also comes in black, a beautiful pink/raspberry color, gray, and baby pink. I did find this one by Calvin Klein that’s similar and a little more budget-friendly.

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4. A Nashville Christmas Carol

A white sherpa inspired coat with white gloves and scarf.

Photo Credit: Hallmark Channel

I guess I shouldn’t be surprised by how drawn I was to this monochromatic jacket, gloves, and scarf combination worn by Vivienne from A Nashville Christmas Carol. I think it’s the simple, clean look of the winter white coat with the white scarf and gloves that caught my eye. Her fantastic red lipstick adds the perfect pop of color but it would also look great paired up with some bright shoes!

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5. If I Only Had Christmas

A Hallmark Winter Wear look with a pink shawl collared belted wool coat with a gray head wrap and a pink and gray plaid scarf.

Photo Credit: Hallmark Channel

Okay so if you can’t tell by now I really loved the fashion choices for the movie If I Only Had Christmas and Candace Cameron Bure’s character always has fantastic winter wear. But what I really loved was the shawl collar on this jacket. Plus the pink was just a great winter color choice. While this coat wasn’t paired with the perfect hat or scarf in the movie, I decided to add them myself. What do you think of this pairing?

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Your turn! Which Hallmark winter Wear look is your favorite?