5 Coat Styles I’m Most Excited to Wear This Winter | Wit & Delight

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5 Coat Styles I'm Most Excited to Wear This Winter | Wit & Delight

Every year right around this time, when the crisp feeling in the air turns definitively chilly, a few winter coats I can’t stop thinking about jump to the top of my shopping list. Winter coats are one of my favorite pieces of apparel, and not only because the cold weather here in Minnesota necessitates them. I love styling them, I love wearing them, and sometimes I feel a little naked without them, even on days when the reading on the thermometer says I don’t need one.

Today I’m sharing a curated list of winter coat styles I’m excited to wear this year, along with a couple of shoppable options for each, should you be inspired to add another beauty to you collection (raises hand). I hope you enjoy browsing through them!


Quilted Coat

I love these utilitarian style coats for their subtle patterning and broadly appealing look. 

& Other Stories (Above)
Anthropologie (Below)
Honorable Mention: H&M | (Find the plus-size link here!)


Plaid Coat

What says “I LOVE WINTER” more than plaid??? Not much.

Mango (Above)
Apparis via Shopbop (Below)
Honorable Mention: Free People


Classic Camel Coat

Ah, the classic camel coat. This style goes with everything. If you haven’t yet added one to your collection, consider starting your search with these options.

Madewell (Above)
Universal Standard (Below)
Honorable Mention: Mango


Coat With a Statement Collar

I love how these statement collars add a bit of interest to a classic cut. 

Mango (Above)
Essential Antwerp via Shopbop (Below)
Honorable Mention: H&M


Puffer Coat

Image via Nordstrom

Last but certainly not least, we have the classic (but not boring!) puffer coat. Being warm doesn’t necessarily mean you need to compromise style, and these options prove it. 

Avec Les Filles via Nordstrom (Above)
Good American (Below)
Honorable Mention: Avec Les Filles via Nordstrom

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