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Best On A Budget: Statement-Making Coats

If you live somewhere that experiences cold winters, chances are you're going to be spending a good portion of the next six to nine months wearing a coat. So why not make it a stunner, like Lily Allen's cream-colored coat with a luxe fur trim (vintage or faux, I hope)? If I've convinced you to go bold or go home, keep reading for a few fashionable coat options that are worth the price (a low cost-per-wear makes them so).

1. Fred Flare 'Kensington' Spy Girl Trench, $108

Fred Flare at ShopStyle

2. Jack by BB Dakota First Brass Coat,

BB Dakota at ShopStyle

3. Topshop Leopard Print Belted Mac Coat, $108

Rare at ShopStyle

4. Express Ruffled-Bottom Wool Trench, $198

Express at ShopStyle

5. Lands' End Canvas Wool Plaid Coat, $180

Lands' End Canvas at ShopStyle

Love the Express one! Thanks for sharing.
#1 Anhstein on 2010-10-02 09:17 (Reply)
Ooooh that express one is very Burberry!
#2 Megan (Homepage) on 2010-10-02 10:30 (Reply)
I have been looking for a kelly green coat for this winter, any suggestions? These coats all look very cute, I am getting into the mood for foul weather! Thanks for the great post!
#3 in kinsey's closet (Homepage) on 2010-10-02 23:02 (Reply)
That express coat is GORGEOUS! love it.
#4 eye4style (Homepage) on 2010-10-03 21:23 (Reply)
Not really good on Lily, though. Then again, she wasn't really a good fashionista, so. The Express coat looks smashing and pretty, by the way. Would love to get a hand of it.
#5 Tina (Homepage) on 2010-10-05 03:29 (Reply)
The best leopard coat and spy girl trench ever!!! I love your coats!!! thanks for sharing!!!
#6 Yen (Homepage) on 2010-10-06 00:48 (Reply)
Sounds like the Express coat is a crowd fav! FYI until Monday you can get it for about $110!! All outerwear is 30% off plus take $30 off purchases of $120 or more!!! Amazing deal!
#7 Erin on 2010-10-07 18:30 (Reply)
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