8 Winter Coats We're Coveting

Technically it's still fall, but whether you are enjoying just a slight cool down or full-on winter weather right now, here are a few chic and functional coats to see you through the season.
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There are coats we have hung on to for 10+ years because when you find a winner—meaning a coat that has withstood seasons—travel and spills (both in the literal and figurative sense) and still looks good, it's worth keeping around. 

This year a few of our tried-and-trues are finally expiring, leading us on a search for new treasured replacements. Below are the options we would add to our closets today: timeless yet still of the moment, not a bank-breaking investment yet still high quality. Essentially, a winner. 

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PALOMA WOOL MITSUBISHI REVERSIBLE PUFFY

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ELMCOURT COAT

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LORETTA COAT

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MEN'S SHERPA TRUCKER JACKET

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KANDA PUFFER

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SCARF OVERCOAT

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RECYCLED HIGH PILE FLEECE DOWN JACKET

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