If you’re looking for a round-up of the best women’s coats for winter, you’ve come to the right place!
Drumroll… The Best Women’s Coats for Winter (and Jackets too!)…
There are so many great options this year but a few characteristics stand out – plaid, camel, and cozy!
The Amazon Down Coats (aka Orolay Coat)
These are the infamous “Amazon Coats”, aka the best selling down winter coats by Orolay. Last year I purchased the white one and this year I got the black. They are equally fantastic and warm. I love how they both cover the backside but have shape and form. And best of all, they are AFFORDABLE and WARM!
The Black mid-length coat has a removable faux fur collar and a fur lining that is so soft and cozy! It has a cinch waist that you can easily adjust. 4 exterior pockets and a zip front make it a perfect winter piece!
The White mid-length coat has elastic cuffs with a thumb hole to keep your hands warm when you forget the gloves. It has 4 exterior pockets and one inside. It comes in several colors too.
The Long Camel Coat – A Best Women’s Coat for Winter
The Camel Coat is another trend of the season and is adorable dressed up or even with a hoodie underneath. Two versions are shown – and both very affordable. The first is a long, camel fuzzy fleece coat with plenty of room for a sweater under. The second is a more structured camel coat with a stand-up collar.
The Shacket or Shirt Jacket
Continuing with plaid… introducing the Shacket – or Shirt Jacket. This is another fall trend that will be carrying through to winter. The weight is perfect as a layer or could be worn as a coat. Pair them with a pair of distressed jeans and a pair of combat boots, and you’ve nailed this outdoorsy look for winter.
Fleece Pea Coat with Double Breast Button
I love a classic pea coat – and this Amazon version is budget-friendly, made from the coziest fleece, and one of the best women’s coats for winter! It has plenty of room for a sweater underneath and gives any outfit a classic look. I paired my look with faux leather leggings and a great pair of affordable over the knee boots.
Sherpa Lined and Reversible Vest
This one is for those of you in warmer temps – but who may still need something for a light chill. This reversible fleece to quilt (or vice versa) vest is a great layering piece and I always get so many compliments. Pair it with a cute plaid scarf and you’re off for the day!
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