15 Winter Coats to Keep You Warm and Stylish

Bundle up this winter in one of these gorgeous coats and stay warm all season without sacrificing style

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From menswear-inspired to blanket, tailored to insulated, these 15 coats will keep you looking sharp as you brave the winter weather ahead

Wrap Coat with Large Hooded Collar by Sentaler, $980

Sentaler is designed by Serbian-Canadian Bojana Sentaler Nikolic, whose luxury coats combine classic lines with the softest Peruvian alpaca wool. This wrap coat features the Sentaler signature hood that converts into an ultra-glam oversized collar, giving it a decidedly modern edge. It’s lightweight, luxurious and warm – the essential timeless coat to make winter survival an elegant affair.

Available at Holt Renfrew

Punch Dot Cocoon Coat by Eva Franco, $198

This punchy little number from Eva Franco is the perfect topper over everything from dresses to cigarette trousers to even yoga pants. The lady-like silhouette is balanced by a mod-inspired print to keep this coat practical with a touch of whimsy.

Available at Anthropologie

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Lanvin Military Coat, $4,325

Paris-based Lanvin never disappoints with straight-from-the-runways extravagance, including this ruby-red gem of a coat. Military details and a 100 per cent silk lining make this a dream to wear and will have you secretly wishing for a prolonged winter.

Available at Holt Renfrew

Paddington Coat by Lauren Moffat, $530

This coat by Lauren Moffat has all the charm but none of the tubby of its namesake bear. Oversized toggles and a slim hood give this wool duffle coat an elegant, modern update.

Available at Much and Little

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Luhta Maire, $450

Finland knows all about cold, and that’s where Luhta Maire hails from. The brand is extremely popular in Europe for its stylish cut, but this down-filled coat will also keep you seriously warm.

Available at Raindrops, free Canadian shipping over $75

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Belted Wool Coat, $229

Even though it’s what’s on the inside that really counts, this pretty winter-white coat will have everyone thinking you’ve got the knack for combining fashion with function.

Available at RW & Co

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Mackage Milly, $650

Canada’s outerwear darling, Mackage, always manages to design coats with distinct styling that trigger the “must have now” response in buyers. Contemporary yet classic, edgy yet accessible, Mackage is the master of lovely coats that finish off any look with charm and elegance.

Available at Mackage

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Wilfred Tulipe, $325

The cut of the Wilfred Tulipe coat is inspired by classic menswear, but the hazy, oversized plaid design gives it a soft, feminine appeal. These coats are the perfect topper over almost any outfit, lending timeless style to everything winter throws at you.

Available at Aritzia

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Collection Noir Floral Bonded Coat, $995

This striking topcoat got its unique design from the archives of an Italian print house. The lush floral graphics are set against a white silk background. But not to worry: this delicate piece is lined with an Italian compact wool melton, making it every bit as functional as it is beautiful.

Available at J. Crew

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Camp Coat by Canada Goose, $545

Canada Goose’s Camp Coat is a clever by design, even if all you see is style. Channels of down that extend to your knees will keep you impervious to wind and chill. It’s also self-packable, tucking neatly into an interior pocket, making for the perfect travel pillow en route to Whistler.

Available at BluBird

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Coralina by Minimum, $165

Feel the need to dress like a cool Danish hipster (in the very best sense of the word?) – then get yourself the Coralina by Danish label, Minimum. Simple lines with a contemporary cut make this mixed-media coat a natural go-to with your brogues  and Warby Parkers.

Available at The Block, Plenty, Eugene Choo, El Karkel, Zebra Club and Courtney Boutique

Shawled Plaid Coat by Tracy Reese, $378

This drape-y, oversized coat by Tracy Reese is almost too chic to take off. Even the red plaid pattern is exaggerated, giving it a a thoroughly modern feel. The warm wool-mohair blend can be your excuse for needing to wearing it all the time.

Available at Anthropologie

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TNA Bancroft Warmest Parka, $375

So quintessentially Vancouver, parkas are like this city’s unofficial winter uniform. Stylish yet practical, they’re the perfect fit for the multi-tasking urban lifestyle.

TNA’s Bancroft parka features a water-repellent coating and is filled with ethically-sourced down, all while boasting a slim silhouette. Loaded with thoughtful details such as multimedia pockets, inner and outer storm flaps, wool cuffs, fleece-lined pockets and a faux fur chin guard, this little gem will keep you cosy and mobile all winter long.

Available at TNA or Aritzia

Camel Hair Coat by Lauren Moffat, $595

You can’t go wrong with a camel hair coat – it’s a classic for a reason. This version features a drape-y hood, oversized silhouette and large contrasting patch pockets. It’s a sleek way to stay stylish and warm all winter.

Available at Much and Little

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Mackage Valencia-F4, $690

This wool-cashmere blend coat – with oversized portrait collar – will make you feel like you’ve shrugged on a blanket even though you’ll look like you stepped off a runway. With Mackage’s trademark use of just the right amount of mixed media, this coat features leather belt and pocket trim.

Available at Mackage