Shelby Livingston | November 13, 2014 |
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Temperatures may drop, but your style doesn’t have to. We found five designer coats that’ll have you begging for colder weather.
Wool Sunderwood Military Coat, Burberry London ($1,595). Saks Fifth Avenue, 700 N. Michigan Ave., 312-944-6500
Classic tailoring, a natural waistline, and a prim collar lend a Victorian allure to Burberry's über-sophisticated military coat.
Chirico Bicolor Wrap Overcoat, Altuzarra ($2,995). Saks Fifth Avenue, 700 N. Michigan Ave., 312-944-6500
Belted wrap coats and vibrant blue hues ruled the runways at this year’s fall fashion shows. Double dip with Altuzarra’s long, contrast-collar coat.
Fernanda Coat, Stella McCartney ($2,175). stellamccartney.com
Channel your inner biker chick in Stella McCartney’s modern design. With an asymmetric zip, wide lapels, and a boxy fit, this go-with-anything gray coat is perfect for the slight rebel in all of us.
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Ford Wool Coat, Rebecca Minkoff ($598). Bloomingdale's, 900 N. Michigan Ave., 312-440-4460
Turn heads in a vintage-inspired, cocoon-shaped coat that’s just as fun as it is warm. Blood orange with a windowpane plaid pattern, this funky piece is not for the conservative dresser.
Wool-Blend Felt Coat, Cédric Charlier ($1,790). net-a-porter.com
Menswear is having a moment. Ease into the trend with a flirty, feminine version—like this double-breasted dream by Cédric Charlier.
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