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Where in the world is … Carmen Sandiego’s jacket? In your closet, if you order a stunning and flattering red peacoat similar to the one steps out in.
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Camilla’s cream below-the-knee number, with its tie at the waist and shawl neck, is so Jackie O! Offset the demure ’60s vibe by wearing it with sexy heels or killer leather boots.
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It’s too chilly to wear a standard boyfriend blazer outside, but menswear-inspired camel coat allows you to continue to sport the comfy and of-the-moment style without sacrificing warmth.
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We know it’s tempting to buy another black jacket because it goes with everything, but we promise this graphic black-and-white coat will pair just as well with each item in your wardrobe.
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Military jackets no longer have to look like they came from the Army Navy Surplus store for 10 bucks. Hilary’s navy Gerard Darel number (worn with a Vanessa Bruno handbag) feels luxe (and not straight out of a discount bin) thanks to the tailored silhouette and gold hardware.
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Just because the sky is gray doesn’t mean your jacket has to be. Stand out among all the dark coats with one in a beautiful, bright shade – like ladylike Rebecca Taylor button-down in blue.
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We don’t need to convince you that you absolutely must have a classic trench in your closet. The gorgeous piped coat, with its wide lapels and cool detailing, will do all the convincing for us.
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Last year’s ubiquitous cargo jacket gets an even more militaristic upgrade thanks to camo, as seen on . Girlie details, like the snug fit and fur-lined hood on her Elizabeth and James coat, guarantee you won’t look like you went shopping in the men’s section of the Army Surplus Store.
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It’s a pretty good rule of thumb that if wears something, that something deserves a spot in your closet. That’s never been more true than with this gray shawl-collar jacket, which she uses to make a summery dress fall-appropriate.
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Once you find the perfect leather jacket, you won’t want to take it off until next spring. And we wouldn’t be surprised if Olivia wears this one nonstop since it’s so feminine and flattering.
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Did you hear that? It was the collective sigh of relief we all let out upon learning we don’t need to get rid of last year’s fur vest. The socialite updates the cozy trend by wearing the sleeveless piece lined in leather, which adds a bit of bad girl appeal to the look.
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We love this all-purpose thigh-length coat worn by the Pitch Perfect star. The double-breasted cut, with its metallic buttons and cinched waist, is classic enough for every day and dressy enough for a big night out.