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Leopard coats are cool. Deer coats are cooler.
Topshop, 478 Broadway (at Broome St.)
The boxy boyfriend shape helps you layer in January, while the feminine floral motif keeps you sane till April.
Robe coats are all over the place--this you know. But do any of those employ a geometric tweed?
Plenty by Tracy Reese ($348)
The prep-school classic: now with a slight edge and a muted color palette.
Barneys New York, 660 Madison Ave. (at E. 61st St.)
So what if it doesn’t have buttons. The point is: You don’t have to shop for something that will withstand a blizzard. Have a little fun with this guy until, say, New Year’s.
H&M stores citywide
Nope, you don’t need a floor-length fur. A cozy panel will do.
Vince Camuto ($498)
Vince Camuto stores citywide
& Other Stories ($245)
& Other Stories, 575 Broadway (at Prince St.)
Low effort, high impact. This sucker will go with everything you own.
Bloomingdale’s, 1000 Third Ave. (at 59th St.)
Prefer cooler hues? Here you go.
Tibi, 120 Wooster St. (at Prince St.)
Huh. Blue and brown actually make for a pretty killer plaid.
French Connection ($388)
French Connection stores citywide
Tory Burch ($995)
Tory Burch stores citywide
Just try and not get a compliment.
Finding the perfect coat. Ugh.
Don’t you have better things to do with your life? (Like telling everyone you know about Drunk J.Crew.)
News flash: You don’t have to own just one applies-to-all-situations parka. These days, coats are as big of an accessory as bags and shoes. You can absolutely experiment with colors, patterns and shapes. Not only will you set yourself apart in a sea of black, but you’ll also have way more fun getting dressed in the (subzero) mornings.
Here are some splashy statements to consider.
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