This Coat Trend Has Major Chanel Vibes—Shop the Best From $50 to $500

From purses and makeup to clothing and jewelry, every item emblazoned with Chanel's signature double-C logo becomes an instant classic. But the tweed jacket—one of the fashion house's original pieces designed by Coco Chanel herself—is particularly iconic.

While Chanel tweed pieces will never go out of style, we have noticed a resurgence in this timeless look. Luxury brands like Gucci as well as fast-fashion retailers like Zara have all reimagined the timeless tweed set, designing jackets, miniskirts, and dresses featuring tweed fabric, round necklines, frayed edges, lined trim, and eye-catching buttons.

The modernized look has already been sported by the likes of Camille Charrière, Anne-Laure Mais, Ada Oguntodu, and countless others. From $50 to $500, shop the Chanel-inspired jackets we can't wait to get our hands on below.

$100 or Less

Mango's outerwear section is brimming with Chanel-inspired pieces right now.

We love the frayed edges on this printed Zara piece.

H&M keeps it classic with lined edges and gold buttons.

Opt for this oversize tweed cardigan if you're looking for something a bit cozier.

$200 or Less

This $130 Mango piece is probably our favorite of the bunch. 

The collarless round neckline is classic Chanel. 

The collar and chest pockets give this piece a distinctly modern look.

We'd like this entire set, thank you. 

Minimalists: This monochrome & Other Stories set is for you.

$300 or Less

Sequins liven up this classic houndstooth tweed blazer. 

Distressed details give this jacket a slightly edgier look. 

We love the subtle puff sleeves on this classic Kate Spade design.

Aimee Song of Song of Style is clearly into the modernized tweed set.

$300 & Up

Maje nails the simplistic two-tone tweed look.

Subtle metallic threading adds even more flair to this multicolor piece.

This black-and-white houndstooth blazer is timeless.

Balance out this classic jacket with an edgy leather miniskirt.

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