The cold weather approaches. It’s already snowing in Montana, and it’ll be snowing in Washington by Friday. Lord, I am not ready. But while I can’t help you with your emotional preparedness, I can certainly help you stay warm. Here are five incredible coats, all under-$300, and some styling tips to help them look their very best.
I love an ivory coat. Yes, they can be tough to keep clean, but they are so worth it. This one is absolutely lovely. I also like this Banana Republic coat. Plus-size? Try this long wrap coat from Eloquii.
You could choose many colors for your gloves, but I think this deep burgundy is the most elegant. These gloves from Saks make an excellent Christmas gift.
For a casual coat option, I love a duffle coat. This Burberry coat is, of course, the dream, but this Uniqlo is an affordable option. It also comes in a mixed grey shade that’s very nice, but I’m partial to the basic navy.
The accessories for this coat should be a little more fun. I love this pom-pom hat, and these knit gloves will let you use your smartphone while your hands stay warm. I also like this Marmot Pom hat for $35.
This ensemble was inspired by this Pinterest photo. If you told me that a grey coat and a camel scarf went together, I’d be skeptical. But there’s the proof. A classic, somewhat unexpected combination.
I adore this H&M collarless coat. It’s so ladylike. If you prefer something a bit more glam, this DvF collarless coat in black has a city-chic feel.
I added a fringe camel scarf and simple grey gloves. If you want to completely recreate the look from the photo, add this $49 Chelsea satchel.
I thought I would include one colorful coat for those who might be stocked up on neutrals. I had originally intended to go with a bright pink but this blush gives you color in a subtle form.
I prefer when the gloves match the coat. I think it’s a cleaner look. I spotted these blush cable gloves on Rue La La and thought they fit the bill. But these faux leather Dorothy Perkins gloves are also pretty.
A little contrast seemed necessary, so I added this dark charcoal scarf. If you prefer something softer, try this ivory fringe scarf.