The Classic Coat Every Woman Should Own
Check out some of our favorite ways to wear and shop the classic camel coat.
This long, belted style by Max Mara elevates ripped skinny jeans and sneakers so the look is appropriate for a casual, early dinner.
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She may be a California girl but Kim Kardashian certainly knows how to handle the chill of a New York winter, with this MaxMara Carrara coat.
MaxMara Saio Coat ($3,021)
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You can balance a slim, tailored style with platform boots and chunky wool knit.
Aubin & Wills Coat; Stella McCartney Bailey Boot ($740); Karen Walker Sunglasses
Not into the whole coat thing? A cropped sleeve pea coat is also a keeper and suits more petite frames.
Burberry Brit Wool and Camel Hair Double Breasted Cocoon Coat ($1,168)
A fuzzy texture, combined with a sleek, longer silhouette makes this ideal for both work and off-duty.
Marc by Marc Jacobs Rex Wool-Blend Coat ($1,065)
Evocative of a men’s dressing robe, a dramatic, oversized, and belted style is perennially chic as an evening coat.
Carven Camel Wool Coat ($2,275) in Camel
Classic menswear tailoring such as this is a true investment piece and you’ll find yourself reaching for it not just this winter, but many to come.
Joseph Wool and Cashmere-Blend Coat ($895) in Camel
No buttons? Let a minimalist coat work its maximum charm by being your go-to for topping off sleek, architectural separates.
Theory Wool Elibeth Coat ($690) in Camel
A wide lapel, contrast-trim sleeves and flap pockets give this a decidedly menswear feel.
Asos Knee Length Over Coat ($154.27) in Camel
With the nipped waist and slit back, there’s an Edwardian element to this double-breasted style, so we suggest keeping it modern by styling it with slim cropped jeans and classic button down.
Smythe Reefer Coat ($895)