Put down the boring black parka. There’s a whole world of interesting winter coats to be found. In fact, we’ve gathered together a whopping 67. Bring on those freezing temps and snowflakes, Mother Nature.
The 67 Best Winter Coats You Can Buy Right This Second
A classic for a reason.
Kenneth Cole New York ($178)
With a little turquoise faux fur just to jazz things up.
Ei8ht Dreams ($595)
This cutie was made for tailgates and campfires.
Who said all winter coats need to be dark and moody?
Pairs well with a mug of cider and a stroll through the apple orchard.
Puffed Up Moto
For the gal who spends the entire rest of the year in her classic leather jacket.
We seriously can’t add this beauty to our cart fast enough.
You’ll be damned if you let a little cold weather dampen your shine.
Native Rose ($229)
Pull the ties to cinch your waist or leave them loose to accommodate even your chunkiest winter sweater.
C/MEO Collective ($255)
To remind you of the sunny, flower-filled spring ahead.
Banana Republic ($199)
Like being hugged by a life-size teddy bear.
Blank NYC ($148)
Your favorite flannel shirt, but in coat form.
Lucky Brand ($198)
Yes, it’s meant to be worn out in the cold, but we wouldn’t judge if you wore this super-cozy topper around the house as well.
Because of course Reese Witherspoon has an adorable take on this iconic style.
Draper James ($295)
Wear it alone now, then layer under a wool car coat for those truly frigid days.
Lace and Lurex and shearling, oh my!
Ulla Johnson ($3,500)
Black Faux Fur
You can never go wrong with classic black. Especially when it’s as soft as this.
RACHEL Rachel Roy ($280)
Hot tip: Loads of fashionistas were spotted wearing this coat last winter and now it’s available in a whole host of fun new colors, like this shiny dusty rose.
The ideal mate to your colorful scarf collection.
Something Navy ($149)
Throw a bright wide belt over the whole thing for an extra pop of fun.
Halogen x Atlantic-Pacific ($249)
Spotted Faux Fur
We’re definitely not on board with her attitude toward puppies, but we can’t deny Cruella de Vil had serious style we wouldn’t mind copying.
Second in comfort only to wrapping yourself in an actual blanket.
Cinzia Rocca ($765)
With a little bit of everything we love.
Endless Rose ($150)
Meet the winterized version of your embroidered jean jacket.
Faux Fur Chevron
Just flashy enough to help you stand out from the sea of other black winter coats.
Still a thing, guys.
Old Navy ($70)
A super-warm coat for under $200 that’s also surprisingly slimming? Yes, please!
Lands’ End ($189)
Get the vintage look without the vintage smell.
Neon Rose ($151)
We’re a sucker for a femme, flared topper.
Color-blocked Faux Fur
Make a bold, geometric statement.
An interesting twist on the wool trench.
The Coat by Katya Silchenko ($780)
As eye-catching as it is trendy.
The ultimate cozy, casual weekend coat.
Finally, a puffer we’re actually excited to wear.
Because a little touch of femme never hurt anyone.
Think of these neutral tones as a way to baby step out of your all-black-everything.
Lafayette 148 New York ($898)
Split In Half
Fifty percent slick puffer, 50 percent cushy shearling, 100 percent going on our wish list.
Combine your love of abstract art with your love of super-soft outerwear.
Stine Goya ($580)
Just the right mix of sporty and chic.
Love Moschino ($370)
A socially acceptable comforter you can wear out of the house.
Universal Standard ($230)
Keep the summer style going strong.
A wearable western sunset to go with your trendy cowboy boots.
Warning: May make you want to take up pipe-smoking.
Michael Stars ($378)
The ’70s called: They said you look absolutely fabulous, baby.
Free People ($398)
The Color Of The Year
You’ll look like a ray of sunshine, even on winter’s darkest day.
Cinq a Sept ($695)
A seriously cool coat for a seriously cool woman.
Diane von Furstenberg ($598)
We can’t get enough of that asymmetrical faux-fur trim.
Preen By Thornton Bregazzi ($2,690)
How to get the vest-over-coat look without all those bulky layers.
Anne Vest ($2,480)
We mean, animal prints are trending.
Skinnydip London ($134)
So your hands will be toasty warm, even if you forget your gloves.
Line & Dot ($179)
Your friends will never loose sight of you on the ski slopes again.
This beauty is basically begging for an evening at The Nutcracker.
Kate Spade New York ($798)
From a brand beloved by Cardi B, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga… should we continue?
Saks Potts ($1,435)
Simple, chic and budget-friendly—a true triple threat.
A New Day ($65)
Waterproof And Roomy
Perfect for those places that aren’t cold enough for snow but aren’t dry enough for clear skies. (We’re looking at you, Seattle.)
Perhaps the most figure-flattering puffer coat we’ve ever come across.
W118 by Walter Baker ($163)
“Oh, this old thing? I just pulled it out of the back of my closet.”
It packs up to be surprisingly flat, making it perfect for any last-minute winter weekend getaways.
For the gal who wants a warm coat first and a fashionable coat second. Though it is a very, very close second.
Vibrant Faux Fur
If you’re going to go faux, you might as well go with the most unnatural color you can find.
This classic combo will look just as fabulous five, even ten, years down the road.
Too fun (and too affordable) not to try.
Wild Fable ($40)
Wear your arms in the sleeves for a traditional vibe, or slip them through the side slits for a truly unique cape look.
& Other Stories ($279)
Helene Berman London ($238)
So this is how you make a parka feel girly.
Kate Spade New York ($598)
A departure from the usual basic beige shearling.
A trio of cozy textures that will make your heart sing.
Club Monaco ($455)