Stylish Winter Coats That’ll Keep Ya Cozy in Freezing Weather

Sometime after Christmas and the New Year, the magic of the first snowfall wears off, and you’re left feeling cold, miserable, and (I’ll say it again) COLD. You turn into somewhat of a hermit in your apartment because you don’t want to face the weather, or, IDK, that might just be me. Either way, there’s a solution to all this, and that’s wearing super warm, but stylish winter coats. You’ll be toasty enough to venture out into the snow with these babies, yet they’re also *fashun* enough that you’ll want to be seen in ’em. Here, Some cute winter coats you’ll want to bundle up in immediately.

if you like belted styles
Double Breasted Raglan Sleeve Coat

Wrap yourself up in this belted coat that happens to look hella chic with a turtleneck. It’s fully lined so you’ll be all bundled up without wearing something bulky. Cinch it for a more formal look or wear it open to make it low-key.

if you’re into neutrals
MID Length Notch Collar Wool Coat

Tones of brown, cream, and black go with any winter outfit, and will make ya feel oh-so cozy even in the coldest of temps.

if you like an edgy trench
Crocodile Trench Coat

Forget about your basic khaki trench when this croc-embossed one exists in the world! It comes with a removable belt for versatility, and ups the cool factor of any outfit. The waterproof material keeps snow, sleet, and rain out, too.

if you want a peacoat
Double Breasted Peacoat

Sometimes you just wanna go with something more traditional, like a double-breasted peacoat. This forest-green one has 2,000 reviews and a 4-star rating (insane, right?) so you know it’s good. You can also button it ALL the way up to keep your neck warm.

if you like a below-the-knee length
The Re:Down® Sleeping Bag Puffer

When the weather’s more extreme—i.e., there’s a freaking blizzard outside—you might want something more functional and protective. A long puffer (this one’s made from recycled water bottles!) will keep your legs covered and also trap in warmth with its insulation.

if you want a down style
Thickened Down Jacket

Remember, THE Amazon coat? Welp, it’s still available and people can’t get enough of it for a reason. Reviewers said it kept them warm yet felt lightweight, and the style has tons of pockets for your phone, wallet, key, and copious amounts of chapstick.

if you like single-breasted silhouettes
Elaina Navy Coat

A longline silhouette and faux-fur details at the sleeves looks v sophisticated. This winter coat is a must for fancier holiday occasions, and because of the neckline, it also shows off a hint of what you’re wearing underneath.

if you like winter whites
Boucle Car Coat

Don’t pay that age-old rule about wearing white after Labor Day any mind. A boucle winter coat that resembles the color of fresh snow looks so dreamy; plus, it also has a belt you can tie at the waist to feel more snug.

if you like toggles
Faux Fur Teddy Toggle Coat

Love the retro vibe of a toggle coat? A brown textured coat with these nifty fasteners is totally for you. The hidden side pockets are also lifesavers when your hands start to go numb.

if you want a quilted one
Snap Front Hooded Multi Pattern Quilt Down Coat

A heavy duty coat with a removable hood will come in handy when the temperature is literally freezing (or below). The cuffs at the sleeves prevent any cold air or snow from getting in, and the slightly oversize fit allows for layering underneath.

if you like camel
Monsieur Wool-Blend Felt Coat

This hue can do no wrong. It looks good with any other colors—especially cream and dark denim. This wool-blend felt style is one of Madewell’s best-sellers thanks to its minimal design and soft fabric.

if you like plaid
York Coat

A long plaid coat is one you’ll wear for seasons to come because it’s such a classic style. Bundle up with a scarf over the neckline, and you’re ready to take on the (winter) day.

if you can’t choose one color
Louise Faux Fur Jacket

Don’t want to opt for a solid hue? Go all out with a multicolored one with horizontal stripes of blue, green, red, and everything in between.

if you’re into shearling
Barlow Coat

A suede coat with faux-shearling trim is basically a socially acceptable blanket you can wear in public. The easy-to-access front pockets are also pretty roomy for anything you need to store.

if you like wraps
Keep Your Secrets Wrap Coat

You can choose to belt this coat or keep it open—we stan options! It has subtle side pockets and tiny slits on each side for an extra detail that differentiates it from the rest of your brown outerwear.

if you like somethin’ classic
Cashmere Wool Blend Coat

Indulge yourself with an insanely soft cashmere and wool blend coat that features three buttons and has a timeless look.

if you want an extra layer
Bib Insert Down & Feather Fill Coat

If you take cold weather seriously and really want to double up on protection from the elements, a down coat with an extra insert is just the thing that’ll get you through any snow storm.

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