If You Buy a New Winter Coat This Year, Make It One of These Beauties

Hannah Almassi

A good coat is the very core of any fashion girl's cold-weather wardrobe. Get the right coat, and fashion success in the cooler months will be yours. That sounds like a pressurising task, but the truth is our team is currently narrowing down their extensive coat-shopping lists to secure The One, and many of us here at Who What Wear UK are finding that our top choices for 2019 are quickly selling out. 

Emily in Kitri's Veronica Mock Croc Coat.

We've cut through to the most poignant breakout coat trends as seen on the catwalks and shopped out the styles so that you can nail the look before everyone else. From smart checks to shearling, there are so many styles to choose from, and we guarantee you'll find your new favourite. There's no rule that one coat style alone provides nowness—the outerwear world is your oyster right now. So go forth, find the style that feels most suited to your natural tastes, and be cosy, cool and the source of many covetous glares. From camel to faux fur, click through to shop the best coats for winter 2019.

Marks and Spencer Collection Checked Boyfriend Coat (£159)

Marks and Spencer is the place to go for tailored coats.

Mango Faux Shearling Long Coat (£120)

So cosy. 

Kitri Tamara Leopard Print Faux Leather Puffer Coat (£245)

A puffer is instantly elevated with animal print. 

& Other Stories Plaid Check Long Tailored Coat (£175)

A real classic.

Topshop Khaki Utility Trench Coat (£71)

For all your utilitarian needs. 

Saks Potts Febbe Bold Shearling Coat in Beige/Pink/Strong Blue (£1250)

This has become such an iconic coat.

Topshop Oxblood Double Breasted Coat (£71)

This looks even better IRL.

& Other Stories Plaid Wool Blend Belted Long Coat (£205)

This will look good with everything in your wardrobe.

Kitri Veronica Navy Mock Croc Coat (£275)

A serious statement-maker.

COS Wool Coat With Oversized Collar (£225)

A coat for minimalist-fashion lovers. 

Topshop Khaki Faux Fur Double Breasted Coat (£60)

A teddy bear-coat is never a bad idea.

Zara Belted Coat (£179)

A chic twist on a classic belted coat.

& Other Stories Plaid Hourglass Coat (£175)

The silhouette is so unusual. 

Saks Potts Yvonne Coat in Rose (£1184)

Power sleeves for the win.

Marks and Spencer Collection Wool Blend Checked Overcoat (£99)

Wear for both work and the weekend. 

Arket Melton Coat (£175)

This robe coat looks so much more expensive than it is. 

Joseph Aries Wool Alpaca Coat (£1195)

Double-breasted styles always look so premium. 

Arket Jersey Wool Coat (£175)

Pink coats are still on our agenda. 

Mulberry Claire Coat (£980)

The perfect checked coat does exist. 

Ganni Belted Wool-Blend Coat (£350)

Turns out that Ganni's coats are just as good as its dresses. 

Saks Potts Shearling-Trimmed Leather Coat (£1249)

We love this beige take on Saks Potts' sellout shearling number. 

Arket Double-Breasted Tweed Coat (£250)

Androgynous and slick. This coat is the perfect antidote to frilly dresses. 

Vivienne Westwood Wilma Belted Gingham Coat (£1200)

It's true that '50s-style belted coats will accentuate your frame. 

Smythe Turquoise Cotton Coat (£915)

Just imagine how glossy this coat will look paired with a peach dress. 

Balenciaga Hourglass Double-Breasted Checked Wool Coat (£2450)

We've had our eye on this coat since 2018.

COS Tailored Full-Length Coat (£180)

Simple but oh-so effective, you'll wear this COS coat for years. 

Marks and Spencer Dogtooth Car Coat (£119)

We've seen this coat in real life and can confirm the photo does not do it justice. 

Topshop Rust Boucle Coat (£79)

Rust is one of the season's hottest hues. 

Mango Belted Wool Coat (£140)

The asymmetric front is so fashion.

ASOS Collarless Longline Coat (£70)

Wear this collarless style with a contrasting roll-neck knit. We suggest teal. 

Vince Wool-Blend Coat (£685)

Minimalists will buy this in their droves. 

This post was originally published at an earlier time and has since been updated. 

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