My Favorite Camel Coats for Women

Blogger Hoang-Kim Cung in the J.Crew Cocoon Camel Coat women love

I can think of few things more timeless than a beautiful camel coat. You all know I’m a believer in building your wardrobe on classic pieces, and as a result I’ve fallen in love with more than a few of them over the years! These are my favorite camel coats women can wear now, as it gets colder out and in some cases, even the spring.

A roundup by blogger Hoang-Kim Cung of camel coats women can wear in fall and winter

Less Than $200

River Island Longline Coat

A coat at a length like this with such chic simplicity is fantastic for formal occasions. I love a notched lapel with a double breasted design because it feels like a nod to menswear without being too literal.

Lauren Ralph Lauren Double Breasted Trench Coat

Ralph Lauren is the leader in American fashion, and you can always depend on them to design a great trench. My favorite detail of this one is the faux leather trim that makes it look especially distinct from others.

Less Than $350

Banana Republish Essential Trench Coat

Banana Republic is a dependable place to buy well-priced basics like this trench coat. The shoulder epaulets are amazing for balancing out your figure if you’re more narrow on the top and I like that the color is a touch darker than most camel coats women wear.

J.Crew New Chateau Parka

I love this parka as a more sporty option. It’s incredibly warm but doesn’t add extra bulk, and the faux fur trim on the hood is actually removable!

Mango Belt Handmade Coat

This option is also darker than most camel coats women wear, but I absolutely love the minimalist details because it allows the whole design to shine! The oversized fit and wider arms make it more modern, while the notched lapels is simply classic.

J.Crew New Cocoon Coat

This is one of the most common camel coats I see on women, and I love it myself! It has a roomier chest and arm area, and fits well over bulkier tops as a result. My favorite part is that the zipper goes all the way up to block the cold and wind.

J.Crew New Icon Trench

Another great trench, this time lighter than camel. It’s perfect for a rainy day because the fabric is water repellant and there’s a hood you can remove. The fit is also a little relaxed, which makes layering easy.

$400 or More

Burberry Kensington Heritage Belted Trench Coat

While this is certainly the most expensive coat on the list, there’s also none more classic or iconic. Investing in such a quality piece means that even 10-20 years from now, it’ll still look brand new! If you tend to prefer trench coats, I highly recommend purchasing this one if you have the resources to do so.

Mackage Thalia Wool Belted Coat

A belted wool coat with shawl lapels like this one will never go out of style and instantly make you feel more chic. I think the patch pockets would actually be very useful for carrying essentials like your phone, card case, and gloves.

Theory Wrap Coat

Theory is fantastic at taking traditional silhouettes and adding a contemporary nod, like this coat’s drop shoulders and tonal chevron wool.

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