From belted coats to military styles, here’s our edit of the best maxi coats to invest in this season.
The maxi coat is trending – longer than your calf-length coats and just above your ankle, this super chic style is the coat we all need this winter.
They’re perfect for popping to the supermarket in your PJs (no one need ever know) and it won’t let in that winter chill as they cover you from neck to ankle. For extra comfort points, try a belted style to make the simple act of wearing a coat feel like receiving a hug – something we all need right now.
The maxi coat is the most elegant of this season’s outerwear, a totally timeless style that you’ll wear for seasons to come. You can throw this style over your party wear in the future) or even your work wear and it will instantly give your look an elevated finish.
From double breasted military styles to belted and tactile teddy styles, there’s something for everyone.
Some word of advice, though, consider your height when purchasing a maxi coat so you don’t end up with a style that will drag on the ground. Pick a colour-way that will fit timelessly in your wardrobe, then team it with your favourite stomping boots and beanie hat to go on your merry way to your next outdoor winter walk adventure in style.
& Other Stories belted coat
A shirt-style collar adds a vintage feel to a high street coat. This belted beauty will work wonders with a cashmere knit, loose-fit jeans and a thick tread boot.
Monki classic double-breasted coat
Cosy but statement, this longline fuzzy teddy coat in classic black will look great with everything in your wardrobe, just add a hat and gloves for extra comfort factor.
Boden belted coatThis sleek, classic camel coat looks super luxe. Wear with everything from your tailoring and trainers to your midi dress and stompers.
Zara oversized coat
Gerard Darel wool coat
Want to be extra cosy for your winter walk? Opt for wool. The thicker material will keep you warm without adding loads of material like a puffer coat. Although, we of course love these, too.
Jigsaw black tailored coatA black tailored coat is never a bad investment. It’s the perfect addition to your classic work wear however you can mix it up a bit with your floaty florals and chunky boots, or elevate your tracksuit and trainers.
Monsoon military style coat
You can easily mix up your footwear when it comes to this style of coat. If you’re not a fan of stomping boots, try knee-high or sleek ankle boots for an elegant finish.
Weekday grey wrap coat
This oversized style from Weekday is a great addition to any staple wardrobe. Shop this now, love it forever.
Hush grey checked wrap coat
The nearest thing you will get to your dressing gown, this jumbo check coat is the perfect companion to your athleisure wear. Style with your fave leggings and hoodie and you’ve nailed your new everyday look.
Whistles belted military coat
Practical and chic, this belted wool coat from Whistles has a high lift collar for extra warmth, it’s belted and it has large pockets for your essentials (your mask) tick, tick and tick.
Cos cream belted wrap coat
Only consider cream if you’re not planning on going on muddy walks in said maxi coat. This style will take you through to spring, just team it with white and grey tones, or try monochrome.
Ted Baker pale blue coat
If classic winter colours aren’t for you, inject some colour into your winter wardrobe with this soft sky blue style from Ted Baker. Wear with an embroidered cardigan and bring all the spring feels to your winter wardrobe.
Samsoe & Samsoe double breasted camel coat
You can’t go wrong with a classic camel coat because, as part of the neutral palette, it goes with everything. That said, try adding a pop of colour to amp up the classic this winter.
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