With the temperature dropping every minute, it’s important to have a good, neutral coat that can be styled with everything while looking chic.
This year, the camel coat is that piece everyone can’t seem to get enough of. Camel coats have been on every stylish person’s essentials list this fall—and for very good reason. Not only are they the perfect neutral, but they’re available in a ton of styles, cuts, fabrics and weights to please everyone’s tastes… and their budgets. Yes, those beautiful coats that we’ve been seeing on every celeb are so popular that the lower end retailers have finally included the camel coat in their inventory.
We’ve made your shopping experience easier by rounding up camel coats of different styles from low, medium and high price points:
For those looking for a camel coat in the $50 and below price range:
Maybe you’re on a tight budget (like myself), or maybe you’re just looking for a more affordable camel coat to test the waters. These options above are sure to satisfy your cravings. The first is a F21 collarless coat with a lighter shade and great bouclé texture to it. It’s ddefinitelythe most minimal and sleek out of the bunch. This Blackfive duster coat with an asymmetrical hem and lapel is a great coat-cardigan hybrid. We also have a F21 moto jacket with faux shearling and leather details, which is on sale at the moment too.
For those looking for a camel coat between the $50 and $100 price range:
Tired of your scarf flying off of your neck in the brisk wind? Chicnova is the answer to all of your life’s problems. Well, maybe not all of them but their suede overcoat with an attached scarf you’ll have 99 problems but your neck won’t be one. This H&M wool-blend pick is a perfect clean design for all of your Winter coat needs. Knee length? Belted? Beautiful lapel? Check, check and check. If you like a more oversized fit, this Boohoo boyfriend style coat is just the thing for you.
For those looking for a camel coat in the $100-$200 price range:
Zara’s outerwear is praised for its design and quality, and this wool coat is no exception. This piece will be sure to become a closet staple and get you through years of Fall and Winter weather. For a more feminine approach, this flared coat from Modcloth. And yes, it has pockets. Lastly we have this gorgeous coat from NastyGal, everyone bad gal’s favorite online store. It’s double-breasted, has larger than life buttons, raw edges and most importantly it’s called the tastemaker.
How more badass could you get?