The 67 Best Winter Coats You Can Buy Right This Second

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.

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Funnel Neck

A classic for a reason.

Kenneth Cole New York ($178)

Ei8ht Dreams

Patent Leather

With a little turquoise faux fur just to jazz things up.

Ei8ht Dreams ($595)


Sporty Puffer

This cutie was made for tailgates and campfires.

L.L.Bean ($149)


Belted Pastel

Who said all winter coats need to be dark and moody?

J.Crew ($348)


Atypical Plaid

Pairs well with a mug of cider and a stroll through the apple orchard.

Eloquii ($190)


Puffed Up Moto

For the gal who spends the entire rest of the year in her classic leather jacket.

Volcom ($150)


Detachable Collar

We seriously can’t add this beauty to our cart fast enough.

Boden ($390)


Sequined Parka

You’ll be damned if you let a little cold weather dampen your shine.

Native Rose ($229)

Fashion Bunker

Yellow Plaid

Pull the ties to cinch your waist or leave them loose to accommodate even your chunkiest winter sweater.

C/MEO Collective ($255)

Banana Republic

Floral Puff

To remind you of the sunny, flower-filled spring ahead.

Banana Republic ($199)

Blank NYC

Fuzzy Wrap

Like being hugged by a life-size teddy bear.

Blank NYC ($148)

Lucky Brand

Buffalo Check

Your favorite flannel shirt, but in coat form.

Lucky Brand ($198)


Soft Wrap

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.

Cuyana ($495)

Draper James

Flared Peacoat

Because of course Reese Witherspoon has an adorable take on this iconic style.

Draper James ($295)


Slim Puffer

Wear it alone now, then layer under a wool car coat for those truly frigid days.

Patagonia ($199)


Boho Patchwork

Lace and Lurex and shearling, oh my!

Ulla Johnson ($3,500)

Rachel Roy

Black Faux Fur

You can never go wrong with classic black. Especially when it’s as soft as this.

RACHEL Rachel Roy ($280)


Rose Gold

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.

Tna ($228)


Long Camel

The ideal mate to your colorful scarf collection.

Something Navy ($149)


Lady-like Plaid

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.

Topshop ($130)

Cinzia Rocca

Gray Cashmere

Second in comfort only to wrapping yourself in an actual blanket.

Cinzia Rocca ($765)


Mixed Media

With a little bit of everything we love.

Endless Rose ($150)


Floral Denim

Meet the winterized version of your embroidered jean jacket.

Ett:twa ($198)

The Outnet

Faux Fur Chevron

Just flashy enough to help you stand out from the sea of other black winter coats.

Ainea ($257)

Old Navy

Millennial Pink

Still a thing, guys.

Old Navy ($70)

Lands’ End

Classic Mid-length

A super-warm coat for under $200 that’s also surprisingly slimming? Yes, please!

Lands’ End ($189)


'70s-inspired Sherpa

Get the vintage look without the vintage smell.

Neon Rose ($151)


Military Buttons

We’re a sucker for a femme, flared topper.

Torrid ($109)


Color-blocked Faux Fur

Make a bold, geometric statement.

Jakke ($269)

The Coat by Katya Silchenko

Pebbled Leather

An interesting twist on the wool trench.

The Coat by Katya Silchenko ($780)


Jewel-tone Wrap

As eye-catching as it is trendy.

ModCloth ($129)


Longline Teddy

The ultimate cozy, casual weekend coat.

ASOS ($135)


Velvet Puffer

Finally, a puffer we’re actually excited to wear.

Milly ($750)


Ruffle Detail

Because a little touch of femme never hurt anyone.

Kensie ($130)


Muted Stripes

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.

Gap ($98)


Fuzzy Graphic

Combine your love of abstract art with your love of super-soft outerwear.

Stine Goya ($580)

The Outnet

Asymmetrical Zip-up

Just the right mix of sporty and chic.

Love Moschino ($370)


Puffy Wrap

A socially acceptable comforter you can wear out of the house.

Universal Standard ($230)


Polka Dots

Keep the summer style going strong.

1901 ($159)


Furry Stripes

A wearable western sunset to go with your trendy cowboy boots.

BP. ($75)

Michael Stars

Dark Plaid

Warning: May make you want to take up pipe-smoking.

Michael Stars ($378)


Shaggy Longline

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)

Diane von Furstenberg

Puffy Moto

A seriously cool coat for a seriously cool woman.

Diane von Furstenberg ($598)


Fuzzy Floral

We can’t get enough of that asymmetrical faux-fur trim.

Preen By Thornton Bregazzi ($2,690)


Rose-colored Sleeves

How to get the vest-over-coat look without all those bulky layers.

Anne Vest ($2,480)

Skinnydip London

Faux-fur Lobsters

We mean, animal prints are trending.

Skinnydip London ($134)


Shearling Pockets

So your hands will be toasty warm, even if you forget your gloves.

Line & Dot ($179)


Graffiti Print

Your friends will never loose sight of you on the ski slopes again.

Collusion ($87)

Kate Spade New York

Classic Houndstooth

This beauty is basically begging for an evening at The Nutcracker.

Kate Spade New York ($798)


Textured Gingham

From a brand beloved by Cardi B, Rihanna, Beyoncé, Lady Gaga… should we continue?

Saks Potts ($1,435)


Cozy Hood

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.)

Stutterheim ($295)

The Outnet

Belted Puffer

Perhaps the most figure-flattering puffer coat we’ve ever come across.

W118 by Walter Baker ($163)


Glamorous Print

“Oh, this old thing? I just pulled it out of the back of my closet.”

ModCloth ($175)


Quilted Base

It packs up to be surprisingly flat, making it perfect for any last-minute winter weekend getaways.

REI ($140)

The Outnet

Subtle Pattern

For the gal who wants a warm coat first and a fashionable coat second. Though it is a very, very close second.

Ganni ($197)


Vibrant Faux Fur

If you’re going to go faux, you might as well go with the most unnatural color you can find.

ASOS ($135)

The Outnet

Leather Sleeves

This classic combo will look just as fabulous five, even ten, years down the road.

Veda ($493)


Puffy Plaid

Too fun (and too affordable) not to try.

Wild Fable ($40)

& Other Stories


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)


Leopard Print

Effortlessly glamorous.

Helene Berman London ($238)

Kate Spade New York

Ruffled Puff

So this is how you make a parka feel girly.

Kate Spade New York ($598)


Color-blocked Teddy

A departure from the usual basic beige shearling.

J.Crew ($298)

Club Monaco

Wool Moto

A trio of cozy textures that will make your heart sing.

Club Monaco ($455)