Here are a couple that I think look pretty good on me.
If you use a wheelchair, finding a warm winter coat that looks nice can be tricky as I have learned over the years. Especially a puffy jacket. Those tend to balloon around you making you look bigger than you are and creating a look that is anything but flattering, like you are sitting in a pile of material. If the sleeves don’t fig snugly it’s even worse. Long coats have a lot of material to tuck under you and are a pain if you get in and out of them all day. Last year I bought a down filled black jacket from Express on sale for $100. See it pictured above with and without a scarf. I bought a size large and it fits even with a heavy sweater underneath. It does not ride up too much and the sleeves fit snugly (but not too tight). It has a detachable hood with fake fur trim. It’s very warm without being bulky. The pockets, like a lot of pockets when you use a wheelchair, puff out a little because I’m sitting. It’s better when I zip them. I don’t see the same jacket online at Express this year; I do see a longer version. The red coat is one I bought last month on sale from Macy’s for $100, a London Fog pea coat. I bought according to my measurements, a medium, and it fits over a sweater, a little looser without one. It hits at high hip. The sleeves are not too wide and it gives a nice, somewhat form fitting shape when buttoned. It’s quite warm, maybe not warm enough for the coldest days. I had it on yesterday when it was in the 40s to 50s and I was comfortable. It’s still available at Macy’s online and comes in other colors, including black and navy blue. It comes with a matching plaid scarf, which I’m wearing in one of the photos. I’m thinking of getting the blue one.