Out of the Thousands of Peacoats Out There, These 24 Are Best

As far as classic winter coats go, the peacoat reigns supreme. The double-breasted winter staple has stood the test of time and become a highly coveted item for celebrities such as Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle. It has that certain je ne sais quoi that can make even the most casual outfit look prim and polished.

Over the years, adaptation to the iconic sailor style has included longer cuts, texturized bouclé, fur collars, and bold colors. There are many great options, yet choosing one in the clutter of thousands can be tricky. Ahead, I break down the peacoats that are a step above basic at every price point.

From under-$150 affordable options to super-luxe tailored styles, there's a coat to fit every aesthetic in the roundup below.

Under $150

These trend-driven peacoats are showstoppers. From of-the-moment longline silhouettes to colorful iterations, these toppers will keep you cozy all season long.

Don't forget to pop your collar to really make your peacoat shine. 

Reviewers love this coat—rated 4.2 stars out of five.

Wear this with all of your jeans.

Under $350

These peacoats are solid, warm, and fashion-forward. You'll be able to count on any of these for years to come.

Available in two different colors, this coat is also available in sizes up to 4X.

Try a coat on the slouchier side for a more relaxed fit.

In my head, this is what a classic peacoat looks like.

If you're looking for an unconventional coat, go for a version with shearling lapels.

A perfect option to showcase your expansive turtleneck collection.

$351 and Up

If peacoats are really your thing, it might be time to dive all the way in with an investment piece. Each one of these has an extra-special detail. From tonal lapels to furry fabrics, these are the investment-worthy peacoats our editors are eyeing.

I'm so into longer peacoats.

The attached belt makes the fit of this coat all the more flattering. 

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This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated by Jasmine Fox-Suliaman.