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Winter Coat Roundup 2021

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Eva Amurri shares her Winter Coat Roundup 2021

The cold weather is coming, I can feel it! I’m one of those people who has a really hard time in cold weather. To be very honest, and extremely overdramatic, it’s just not my thing. LOL. I always say I’d be happiest in a tropical climate for the rest of my life….but I bought and renovated a home in New England. I’m officially committed to Winter now! And because I’m officially committed, being comfortable during the colder months is a top priority for me. It’s always super important for me to have coats in my closet that can keep me really warm on the chilliest of days, while also looking super stylish. The tough thing about Winter style is that your coat is always the thing that makes the statement. Nobody sees what’s underneath it until you’re indoors! Because of that, I find myself gravitating towards Winter Coats that are extremely well made, versatile, and flattering. Today I thought I would share a roundup of my favorite Winter Coats in all different shapes, sizes, and price points. Believe it or not, the time to buy your Winter coat is NOW. Let me know which ones are your faves.

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Winter Coat Roundup

Cypress Puffer Coat

$895

This coat is just as comfy and cool as it gets. Canada Goose is known for have the best puffers ever, and when you wear them you can really feel the difference. I LOVE this red color!

Water Resistant Hooded Puffer Coat

$139

I looooove the collar and color of this hooded puffer. Winter white is so chic!

Faux Leather Puffer Jacket

$139

This faux leather puffer is a great mix of street style and warmth. It’s also a great way to fight the chill while dressed up, if you’re going to an event.

3-in-1 Maternity Puffer Jacket

$169

For my expectant mamas, this 3-in-1 jacket is such an awesome concept. It expands to fit your bump, and then has a panel that can accommodate a baby carrier so you can wear baby even when it’s cold out!

Double Breasted Wool Blend Coat

$240

I’m swooning over this cozy plaid coat. It’s so elegant, warm, and makes an elegant statement!

Plaid Wool Coat

$149.90

This plaid coat is totally different, but just as amazing. I really like the slightly oversized cut of this.

Double Face Wool Coat

$199

I’m always on the lookout for a stylish coat that can be dressed up easily and goes with anything. This wool stunner is so so beautiful. I had to order immediately!

Funnel Collar Water Repellent Puffer Coat with Removable Hood

$240

I had been looking for a puffer coat that was slimming, hooded, and a little different than the average black puffer. I found this and I”m obsessed! It’s a whole outfit in itself!

Packable Water Resistant Down & EcoPlume Coat

$99.90

This packable, water resistant coat has such a lovely pattern sewn in to the down, and is under $100!

Villa coat in Italian stadium-cloth wool

$365

I have this Jcrew coat, and the stadium cloth is so fabulous. The cut is flattering, and it’s definitely a piece you’ll have forever.

Relaxed topcoat in in leopard jacquard

$294.50

There’s nothing more classic than a REALLY good leopard coat. I have had this jacquard coat for several years and I find myself reaching for it every winter. I love wearing it as a topper over more dressed up looks!

Summit parka in Italian stadium-cloth wool

$398

This parka!!! Gah, it’s so pretty. I have about a zillion coats but i think I need this one, too. Size inclusive!

Elmwood Parka

$1,195

This luxe, long puffer is so cool, and is made of arctic tech weave. What does that mean? It’ll keep you warm like NO OTHER.

Maria Coat

$695

Welcome to my personality as a coat. LOL. The pattern, the fabric, the cut of it. I just love it in so many ways!

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4 Comments

  1. Morgan says:

    Love the white hooded puffer coat! I live in New England as well and I definitely think having several good quality, fashionable coats to look forward to wearing is so important to help get through the long winters. I always enjoy picking out matching hat and glove sets as well to go with new coats! You look great in the red puffer coat!

    10.22.21 Reply
  2. Glenda says:

    I don’t live in the cold these days, but being born and raised in NYC I loved having several coats. A dressy one, an every day one, and a North Face type when playing in the snow. Since then I’ve lived in warm states and overseas, and when we go to the mountains to play in the snow I throw on a North Face Hooded jacket and my uggs (that’s enough winter for me)

    10.22.21 Reply
    • I get it! Also…who doesn’t love a coat?! xx

      10.28.21 Reply