My mom told me when I was younger that a beautiful coat was a sign of a well dressed woman. Since then, I have amassed quite a collection, especially for living in Texas! Today I wanted to round up eight stylish coats for women in addition to my camel coat post, some of which I own and others I simply have my eye on. I hope you enjoy browsing them as much as I do!
Women’s Casual Coats
There aren’t enough chic puffer coats out here, but I do love this one from my favorite coat source. I really appreciate the removable hood and internal drawstring waist that make the already-lightweight puffer look and feel more flattering.
The cocoon coat is by far one of the most stylish coats for women. It has a slightly oversized fit, which makes it a fantastic layer over sweaters and blazers. The best part is the zipper that goes all the way up to block cold and wind.
There is so much to love about this parka! It’s warm but not at all bulky, has a super flattering A-line silhouette and removable faux fur along the hood. The front pockets are also quite roomy!
The villa coat is J.Crew’s more modern take on their best selling cocoon coat. I would be wary of this if you’re petite because it has a very relaxed fit, but the standing collar and tortoise shell buttons are such striking details.
Women’s Dressy Coats
Wrap silhouettes make for such stylish coats for women. Ones like this are an incredibly effortless way to feel polished. The standout feature for me, beyond the unique color options, is the inner button closure and front snap closure that make tie waist belt more secure.
Another wrap coat! I like this oversized one because of a few subtle details that make it particularly stunning: the exaggerated notch lapels, deep slanted pockets and snap button cuffs.
This wrap coat is the most affordable of the bunch. It’s also the simplest, with the most defining features being the dropped shoulders and oversized sleeves. I really love the shade of camel it’s made from!
I own the original lady day coat in so many colors! It’s classic and feminine, with a fitted a-line shape. I actually really like the hidden buttons on this new version because it looks more streamlined. While I’ve always recommended getting your usual size in this coat unless you plan on layering a lot, but the general consensus from the reviews is to size up.