13 Classic Camel Coats You Can Wear Today and Always
When it comes to outerwear, no style is more classic than a camel coat. The camel coat has firmly entrenched itself in fashion history, earning itself a permanent spot on the wardrobe must-have list, from yesteryear’s Hollywood stars and First Ladies to present period style icons (Meghan Markle, we’re looking at you). The warm sandy colors of this design standard are sophisticated and flexible, readily pairing with, well, anything. A camel coat adds a final touch to any outfit, whether it’s layered over a chunky knit, jeans and a tee, or your favorite WFH sweatsuit (yes, even sweatpants). And, with winter on the horizon, there’s no better way to beat the chill while also looking trendy as hell. For good reason, the simple camel coat has long been regarded as a hero in the world of outerwear. It has tremendous wardrobe staying power because it is chic, flattering, classic, and flexible. That is why so many fashionable people rely on them, and why you must choose the best camel coats that will work hard for you. This is where our advice comes in. We’re not the only ones who love the classic coat. Year after year, the most stylish street style stars and influencers opt for the classic coat over other striking options, proving that this universally adored garment remains the ultimate investment piece. Numerous brands specialize in this type of expensive-looking outerwear. For example, Max Mara is well-known for its many variations on the camel coat. On the high street, we’ve discovered that some labels are particularly adept at producing things on a shoestring budget.
Reformation Greenwich Coat
Adding a belted coat to your collection is a must if you’re on the shorter side (or even if you’re not). Other silhouettes will keep you warm, but they will also drown your smaller frame in fabric. A belted coat, on the other hand, defines your body’s curves by snagging your waist and elongating your torso to help you appear taller.
everlane Teddy Coat with Quilting
Is it a quilted jacket or a teddy coat? In any case, this teddy-puffer hybrid blends comfort with utility, resulting in a super-cozy coat. (To be honest, we wouldn’t blame you for sleeping in it.)
Long Shirt Jacket with Les Filles
So, technically, this isn’t a coat, but a shacket. It is, nevertheless, an excellent choice for those early fall-to-winter transition days when there is a chill in the air but a heavy-duty coat would be excessive.
Ralph Lauren Duffle Coat Lauren
We’re feeling huge raincoat vibes from this, and we’re here for it. Because of the looser fit, this casual style can be worn all year. We’d recommend it for everything from walks with your pooch to dropping the kids off at school to finally hitting the stores to make a dent in your holiday shopping list.
Kari Faux Shearling Car Coat by apparis
The combination of faux shearling and suede, along with a dramatic, extra-wide shawl collar, gives this a lounging-by-the-fire-in-a-log-cabin atmosphere. We can already taste the cocoa and smell the pine trees.
Lynnford Coat in Insuluxe Fabric by Madewell
This hooded selection is the MVP of casual cool, being both simple and stylish. We love that it’s light enough to wear on semi-chilly days while still allowing enough room to layer up when it becomes truly cold.
Faux Fur Teddy Coat from French Connection
What’s better than cuddling up with your favorite blanket? Coats for teddy bear This gentleman from French Connection has smooth and silky fleece and a boxy shape that’s great for layering.
Puff Sleeve Coat by Hutch
This Hutch stunner’s rich caramel color keeps things simple and classy. With puff sleeves and a knotted waist, you get an attractive coat that looks vintage. (Without having to rummage through the secondhand racks of a thrift store.)
Chateau Parka by j.crew Wool Stadium-cloth from Italy
J.Crew does a lot of things well, but one of their specialties is coats. Whether you choose to dress this number up or down, its premium Italian wool, defined structure, and clean lines will look great on you. Elegant stitching and a removable faux-fur hood will keep you warm for years to come.
H&M Long Coat
It may be inexpensive, but this long, wrap-style coat exudes a calm, subtle quality. Combine it with a stunning pair of knee-high boots and a form-fitting turtleneck for a look that is guaranteed to turn heads.
Oversized Wool Coat by Ena Pelly
If you’re looking for a slouchy, boyfriend-like look, look no further. Its roomy fit takes on a boxier form, giving the appearance that you stole one of dad’s blazers from the back of his closet.
Cozy Plaid Coat nvlt
We’re always up for a fun print or pattern to spice things up. The charcoal plaid on this NVLT double-breasted selection offers a whimsical touch while being subtle enough to keep the coat feeling neutral.
Warmest Eco Wool Cocoon Coat Summersalt
Aside from being constructed of 80 percent recycled wool, this coat has a wonderful, roomy, cocoon form that’s ideal for layering sweaters under.