Hannah of Cocobeautea layers her camel coat over a classic black roll neck.
The humble camel coat has long been considered something of a hero when it comes to outerwear—and for good reason. Chic, flattering, timeless, and versatile, it has serious wardrobe staying power. That's the reason so many fashionable people rely on theirs, and why it's so important that you pinpoint the best camel coats that will really work hard for you. This is when our guidance steps in.
Aïda of Basics Touch gives her Frankie Shop camel coat a downtime spin with fitted trousers and white trainers.
We're not alone in championing the iconic coat. Year in and year out, the savviest street style stars and influencers continue to choose the classic coat in favour of other standout options, confirming that this universally-adored item remains the ultimate investment piece.
Lisa Aiken wears a camel coat over white jeans and adds print and colour with accessories. Simple yet so easy to re-create.
There are many brands that specialise in this particular breed of expensive-looking outerwear. Max Mara, for example, is known for its many iterations on the camel coat. On the high street, we've noticed some labels are especially good at creating them on a smaller budget: & Other Stories has become a secret little go-to for us every time we're looking to replenish our outerwear selection, as has Zara.
Lorna of Symphony of Silk opts for a matching bag, a classic white tee and jeans.
Lately, single-breasted camel coats in oversized silhouettes have caught our eye. But there are so many other options around. Although a classic robe will always tick the boxes, sometimes, it's good to experiment with different silhouettes to suit your personal style tastes and to make your camel coat feel more current, should that be your desired aesthetic. Either way, though, this is a coat that’s hard to get wrong.
Isabelle Cohen matches her camel coat to her beige jumper, and it's basically the go-to combo for winter.
This, however, presents a slight problem—with so many options out there to choose from, it’s hard to know if you’re looking at the best camel coats. As such, we decided to make finding your perfect one easier, by rounding up the most impressive styles for your consideration. Go on, keep scrolling to shop our edit of the best camel coats to invest in.
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Totême Flare-Sleeve Coat (£800)
Totême coats are some of the finest of the season.
Karen Millen Italian Wool Funnel Neck Coat (£320)
The contrast edging makes this coat look so expensive and luxe.
Victoria Beckham Double-Breasted Wool Coat (£1990)
Double-breasted styles never fail to feel polished.
& Other Stories Boxy Double Breasted Coat (£205)
A muted hue of camel will blend in with cooler wardrobe palettes.
Loewe Camel Layered Wool-Blend Coat (£2600)
The layered neckline of this camel coat makes it stand out from the crowd.
Zara Belted Wool Coat (£100)
Zara’s camel coats seem to get better each season.
Marks & Spencer Wool Rich Double Breasted Coat (£179)
A timeless cut in a classic hue. This coat will work season after season.
Raey Wool-Twill Slim-Fit Coat (£895)
This coat is the perfect length for wearing with cropped jeans and ankle boots.
Ralph Lauren Leonarda Wrap Coat (£4305)
We’d really love to re-create this entire look.
Weekday Rule Coat (£80)
Belted, buttoned, and a high collar? Prepare for optimum cosiness.
Gap Oversized Wool Coat (£160)
A great throw-on that’ll work over even the thickest of jumpers.
S Max Mara Egeria Coat (£1220)
The brushed texture on this robe coat makes it even toastier-feeling.
& Other Stories Belted Wool Coat (£205)
A lighter camel colour looks so chic paired with blue denim.
Alexandre Vauthier Double-Breasted Felted-Wool Trapeze Coat (£3320)
The beautiful silhouette of this camel coat will make it look as if you’re walking on air.
H&M Long Coat (£50)
A frugal option that looks anything but.
Reiss Brooks Camel Wool Blend Longline Overcoat (£328)
Proof that camel coats look so sophisticated worn with cream separates.
River Island Relaxed Coat (£80)
The cuff detailing is an elevated detail we love.
Simply Be Single Breasted Formal Coat in Camel (£50)
Camel coats aren’t just for formal occasions, you know. Follow this styling and use yours to add polish to leggings and joggers.
Max Mara Madame Coat (£2160)
A Max Mara camel coat will forever be on our wish list.
Reformation Greenwich Coat (£290)
A robe coat that still feels tailored? Reformation has this combination sussed.
Vince Classic Camel Wool-Blend Coat (£685)
A Crombie coat will always serve you well.
Abercrombie & Fitch Slouchy Belted Wool-Blend Dad Coat (£230)
Such a gorgeous shade of camel.
Nanushka Alamo Camel Wool-Blend Coat (£695)
This classic Nanushka coat style continues to be popular into winter 2021.
NastyGal Ultimate Faux Wool Trench Coat (£84)
The military accents on this maxi are a nice twist on classic camel.
H&M Straight-Style Coat (£50)
The dropped shoulders will create a cool silhouette when worn.
AllSaints Bree Wool Blend Coat (£379)
A trench coat meets a camel coat, and we really appreciate the stylish outcome.
Mango Belt Handmade Coat (£120)
A great camel coat starting point, should this be your first.
Zara Wool Blend Coat With Belt (£159)
The collar adds a cute, preppy feel to the traditional outerwear.
Marks & Spencer Wool Rich Belted Longline Coat With Cashmere (£149)
The curved lapels on this option win us over.
This post was originally published at an earlier date and has since been updated.
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