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The Best New Luxury Winter Coats for Women This Season

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Our correspondent Julie Chang Murphy is sharing our edit of the best new luxury designer winter coats for women to buy this season, with all the top trends and brands in chic outerwear for fall winter 2020-21.

can fashion help us survive the upcoming winter?

As the night falls earlier and the wind gets chillier, we can’t help but feel a little down thinking of the winter ahead. Will we be in lockdown? How can we eat out when it’s freezing — because we just got used to not cooking every day. And, are we going to have to start doing puzzles again?

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We don’t have the answers, dear reader, but one thing we can do is get prepared! This winter, the best coats can help us brave the elements, while boosting our moods as well.

The best new luxury designer coats for women this winter season.

They make us look stylish and polished even if we’re wearing a house dress or sweats underneath. Which make us feel a bit more confident and pulled together. And when you feel strong and sassy, who knows what good thing might happen as a result?

As always, it’s fashion to the rescue! Below, check out our round-up of this season’s 30 best luxury designer coats for women, for all of your potential needs and mercurial moods.

The Best New Luxury Winter Coats for Women This Season

1. Top winter designer coat trends: Cozy Cocoon

We all had a plush stuffed animal to comfort us as children. This winter, we want to feel enveloped in a similar cocoon of softness and coziness. And it’s fleece, shearling and fluffy faux fur to the rescue. One caveat – people might be tempted to pet your coat and break the 6ft rule!

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2. Top winter designer coat trends: Sporty Parkas

The best defense against the winter doldrums is playing outside. Puffer jackets do the trick but if you’re really getting into the woods (the urban jungle counts too), you’ll need practical pockets, tough winter shells and performance details.

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3. Top winter designer coat trends: Technicolor Dream Coats

Color is a powerful communication tool. The hue of a coat can influence one’s mood, and even influence physiological reactions. Store away the black coat this winter and replace it with something unapologetically cheery and vibrant.

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4. Top winter designer coat trends: Checks & Balances

Plaid and check patterns are a traditional cold weather staple, and designers really doubled down on the trend this season. From oversized plaids to punchy color combinations, this pattern adds instant polish and visual interest to your look.

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5. Top winter designer coat trends: Belted Statement

Fashion is supposed to be fun! And we love these statement coats that make us feel at our most chic and stylish. Wearing a fabulous coat just inspires us to do something exciting with our day.

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The Best New Luxury Winter Coats for Women This Season

That’s it – those are our top 30 picks for the best luxury winter coats for women this winter 2020-21 season. Let us know which one catches your eye – and finds a place in your coat closet.

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Crediting her training as a cultural anthropologist at Wellesley College, Julie has immersed herself in various industries in the last 15 years including fashion design, event planning, and fitness. Julie lives in New York where she loves trying every ramen and dumpling restaurant with her husband and three children. She finds joy in bold prints, biographies of fierce women, kickboxing. And spending way too long finding the perfect polish color to express her mood.

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