13 Camel Coats We Want to Splurge On vs. 17 More Affordable Options

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We love a good camel coat. Who doesn't? It's truly the perfect fall and winter clothing item. Goes with everything, can be dressed up or down, is timeless, looks expensive—these are a few of the many qualities this universal wardrobe staple possesses. Given the appeal, it's no wonder there's a slew of camel-coat options from brands at every price point on the market. There are higher-end ones from brands like Totême that have been worn by our favorite celebrities and exude our luxe dreams but that do come with a pretty high price point. They're certainly something to aspire to, but in the meantime, we scoured the internet for the best less-expensive camel coats. Whether you invest in one of the pricier options below or go for one of the budget-friendly pieces, you won't be disappointed.

Keep scrolling to shop our favorite camel coats, from $1000 to $50. Trust us—after you buy one of the options below, it'll be a staple in your closet for years to come.

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Totême coats are well-loved by celebs such as Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.

This coat is reversible, making it well worth the investment.

In a dream world, our wardrobes would only consist of Nanushka.

The fringe detail levels up a staple coat.

We usually like camel coats on the longer side, but this cropped and oversize fit is really dreamy.

If you like things extra, an oversize collar is key.

We love Staud for its trendy and colorful pieces, but this staple coat is on our wish list.

Frame isn't just good at making denim.

If you live in an area with warmer temperatures, opt for a trench-coat style.

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Leave it to H&M to give you the perfect under-$100 option.

This is a fleece overcoat, so you know it's going to be comfortable.

Different buttons always add a little something special.

Made of warm Italian bouclé, this coat is the timeless piece you want in your wardrobe.

When you can't decide whether you want camel or black, why not do both?

If a shorter silhouette is more your cup of tea, this one is for you.

If you were eyeing the R13 option from above but are on a budget, this is a more affordable option.

We're already imagining more neutral 'fits like the one on the model.

Abercrombie has gone through a glow-up recently.

The high collar is just so much chicer, don't you think?

A quilted option for your casual outfits.

Mango's selection and quality are underrated.

Make sure you take a look at the color-blocking back panels.

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