Coats to keep you stylish and warm this season


Cold weather is upon us!

Stay warm and prepare to want to be even warmer as winter sets in on NYC.

Don't wait until temperatures drop below zero -- buy your new winter coat ASAP!

This tailored coat from Lands' End is structured but also meant to be comfortable. With an oversized hood and a warm, fully lined wool blend, this is an easy addition to a cold-weather wardrobe. $179, landsend.com (Credit: Lands' End)

Peacoats are a classic, go-to winter coat and this long, wool-blend option from H&M is both stylish and affordable. The coat comes in dark camel, blue and black. $79.99, hm.com (Credit: H&M )

Go classic -- but faux -- in a black "fur." This coat, from Zara, has side pockets and a hidden front zip. $169, zara.com (Credit: Zara)

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This coat from BDG relaxes the peacoat. With an oversized hood, this knit coat may feel more like wearing a blanket than outerwear. $109, urbanoutfitters.com (Credit: Urban Outfitters)

The bold pattern on this double-breasted coat will add some winter white to your cold-weather look. This coat is a wool blend and is fully lined, which will help keep you warm. $99, hm.com (Credit: H&M)

Add a unique winter piece to your wardrobe with this faux-fur coat. This tri-tone jacket may become your next evening outerwear go-to. $189, urbanoutfitters.com (Credit: Urban Outfitters)

Camel coats have been in style for quite a while, but this long coat from Zara adds a bit of a modern flair with a contrast collar. This coat has simple front buttons and large front pockets to keep your hands warm. $189, zara.com (Credit: Zara)

Channel your inner Alpine skier with this water-resistant jacket from Rachel Roy. The fur-trimmed hood and warm lining will definitely get you through a city winter. $109.99, macys.com (Credit: Rachel Roy)

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When city weather turns Arctic, a parka is a must. Though many name-brand options run upwards of your entire paycheck, North Face has more affordable looks that will still keep you warm and dry in even the worst blizzard. This parka, which comes in a variety of colors, is insulated, water repellent, and long enough to keep your entire body warm. $230, thenorthface.com (Credit: The North Face)

Sometimes simplicity is the way to go. This French Connection wool number keeps you warm without the frills. The D-ring belt closure makes this easy to layer for especially chilly days. $198, nordstrom.com (Credit: French Connection)

As the name implies, this shaggy jacket brings the volume. The large collar and sleeves can help you bundle up in the cold. Pair this pink number with an all-black outfit for a statement-making look. $148, betseyjohnson.com (Credit: Betsey Johnson)

Available in five colors, this down-filled coat keeps you warm and dry even when it's blizzard season. It's also machine washable, a major plus after slushy days. $239, llbean.com (Credit: L.L. Bean )

When the temperature drops, the best way to stay warm is to go for a down. Uniqlo, which offers a wide variety of puffer coats and jackets, sells an affordable and warm option that's also water resistant. This long coat comes in black, beige and navy. $129.90, uniqlo.com (Credit: Uniqlo )

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