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Ten of the Best Wool Coats to Buy Now

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Universal Standard Marlett Oversized Coat
Universal Standard Marlett Oversized Coat, $390

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Few things are as honestly “essential” as a coat. A silk blouse? Not essential. Wide-leg trousers? No. A statement choker? Definitely not. But if you live in a place that gets even remotely cold, you need outerwear.

And it doesn’t get much more practical than a wool coat. Depending on the composition, they can be quite warm; they’re suitable for both work and the weekend; and they don’t cost nearly as much as some other fabrics, like down. Above and below, ten of the best this season in a range of colors and styles, all ordered by price.


Uniqlo wool coat

Uniqlo Wool Cashmere Chester Coat, $129.90

Zara baby blue wool coat

Zara Sky Blue Coat, $169

Gap gray wool coat

Gap Wool Blend Car Coat, $228

Lands End Burgundy wool coat

Lands End Wool Car Coat, $238

Horses wool coat

Horses Italian Wool Herringbone Duster Coat, $595

M.I.H. dark green wool coat

M.I.H. Richards Double-Breasted Wool-Blend Coat, $695

Harris Wharf London Belted wool-felt coat

Harris Wharf London Belted Wool-Felt Coat, $755

Carven wool coat

Carven Felted Wool Oversize Coat, $790

Theory burgundy wool and cashmere coat

Theory Oaklane Wool and Cashmere-Blend Trench Coat, $795