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This Year’s Best Affordable Coats And Jackets For Women

Are you looking for coats and jackets that are trending this year? “Are there certain coats and jackets I must have for fall and winter?” You might be wondering, “Which ones can I afford?” If you’ve had any of these thoughts, you are not alone. Navigating the expansive selections of coats and jackets can be exhausting. Today, I’ve got a few of the best affordable coats and jackets for women that look waaaay more expensive.

Coats and jackets are a fall and winter staple for most of us. The weather has already started to have a nip in the air most days, and Jack Frost has turned the leaves from green to golden yellow. Before venturing outdoors, I always make sure that I wear a coat or have one handy in my car.

Some factors determine our choices for coats and jackets. If you live in a colder area, you will look for heavier, insulated ones. Here in Virginia, I need a variety of coats and jackets since it can be mild one day and below freezing the next. But some people only need a lightweight coat or jacket to get them through the winter.

Another factor to consider is your lifestyle. Do you go to work every day? Are you needing a dressy coat, or is a casual coat more your style? What type of materials do you prefer for your coats and jackets?

Coats and Jackets come in a wide variety of styles and materials. Cotton, wool, leather, suede, faux, or blends are just a few fabrics available to you.

You also have to think about the style of coat or jacket that you want. Bomber, motorcycle (moto), long or short, classic, puffer, denim, trench, or vests are styles to choose from when looking for fall and winter jackets.

Coats also come in a wide range of styles and lengths. I’ll choose a long cashmere or wool coat for dressier occasions, but shorter coats are my choice for casual days.

I forgot to mention that the best affordable coats and jackets for women come in many colors. You can choose bright colors, neutrals, prints, or whatever matches your personality.

Coats and jackets in various styles and materials can be found at different price points. Today’s coats are affordable but still have plenty of style.

Now that you’ve seen all of the best affordable coats and jackets for women I found let’s see if any of them fit your lifestyle.

Best Affordable Coats And Jackets For Women – Puffer Jackets

Puffer jackets, coats, and vests are what I think of the most for fall and winter. A denim jacket is what I wear during the transitioning weather (here is my favorite), but once Jack Frost comes to visit, I need something heavier.

This Neon Pink Hooded Puffer Coat will keep you warm and brighten your day. I love the storm cuffs (which covers your hands for extra protection) and the fleece-lined hood.

The flats I’m wearing in all the photos are old. I’ll link to a few that are similar.

Best Affordable Coats And Jackets For Women – Puffer Coat

I consider anything that hits me at the hips or above, a jacket and everything longer than that, a coat. That isn’t an official definition; it’s how my brain works. Lol! I wear my long puffers when it is freezing outside, and I need to take my Lucy Lu out for a bathroom break.

I love this heavyweight puffer jacket. It is warm and has a hood, which I look for since I’ll be in the snow or rain when I’m out with Lucy. The coat is available in many colors. I already have a Down Maxi Winter Coat in black and a Quilted Primaloft ThermoPlume Maxi Winter Coat in Moss, so I grabbed this one in navy.

Best Affordable Coats And Jackets For Women – Bomber Jacket

A Bomber jacket has quickly become my favorite! I never thought that I would prefer a bomber jacket over my moto jacket, but I actually like it better.

This Washed Leather Bomber Jacket is such nice quality. I love the feel of the leather; it is buttery soft. You can dress this jacket up or down, and it is more streamlined than a moto jacket. Since this is genuine leather, it is more expensive than most of the coats and jackets in this post.

If you prefer faux leather or genuine leather is not in your budget, then check out this adorable Faux Leather Puffer Bomber Jacket. This is one of the most stylish bomber jackets I’ve seen. The quilted faux leather adds style by the boatload.

Best Affordable Coats And Jackets For Women – Moto Jackets

This Faux Leather Moto Jacket looks great and is under $50. The sheen on this jacket shows you how nice the material is. You can tell it is soft and looks like real leather. The hardware is heavy and feels substantial.

Best Affordable Coats And Jackets For Women – Fur Trim

I am partial to jackets and coats with fur trim. When a hood is trimmed in faux fur, it not only looks great but also adds style.

This Heavyweight Anorak Jacket is available in several colors; I ordered it in plum. Plum has become my favorite color for fall and winter, and I think it looks gorgeous with the blonde fur trim. The coat is a good length, and it really warm and comfortable.

I like the shorter length of this Parka Jacket, and that you can remove the fur collar. However, the fur isn’t quite as pretty or fluffy as the previous coat. It is a lighter weight, so if you live in a warmer climate, this one would be better than the heavyweight plum one.

Best Affordable Coats And Jackets For Women – Classic Trench Coat

A classic trench coat is one that can be worn year-round. It can be worn with dresses or jeans and always looks appropriate. I did a Thirteen Great Trench Coats For You To Wear Now post, but this one wasn’t included since it is a new purchase.

A classic Belted Trench Coat is one that you can wear for years. Since the trench is under $30, it wouldn’t take long to get your money’s worth. The medium fits me great and runs true to size.

Here is the view from the back, and it is definitely long enough to wear with leggings. Lol!

Best Affordable Coats And Jackets For Women – Texture

I’ve told you gurls, that everything comes back around, and this is one of those trends we’ve seen several times over the last decade. From cozy fur lined shoes and sherpa ballcaps, soft and cozy accessories are going to be all the rage. 

If you love softness, you’ll LOVE this Faux Fur Shacket! It is incredibly soft and cozy, and since fuzziness is a trend, you be right in style.

Teddy Bear coats have been around for several years. They are soft but not fuzzy. A Teddy Bear coat is nubby and warm and looks great dressed up or down.

Best Affordable Coats And Jackets For Women – Lightweight

Many people live in parts of the country where a coat or jacket is only needed once or twice a year. If you only wear an item once or twice, you probably don’t want to spend a lot of money on it.

This Quilted Barn Coat is under $30, so it is affordable, even if only worn once or twice a year. This coat also comes in the plum color you know I love, but since I already had the plum parka above, I ordered it in black. Shucks, since the coat is under $30, I might as well go ahead and grab it in plum too. Lol!!!

Okay, which one is your favorite?

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60 Comments

  1. I really like the pink coat. Love the length and color of this coat.

  2. Sandra DeMars says:

    Thanks for this post, I need a new coat and there are some great options here!

  3. I am honored to share my birthday with Mattie B! She is a wonderful reflection of you!

    1. Happy Birthday, Leah!!!

  4. I am just wondering, why are you called Nana, instead of Grandma or Grandmother? is this a Southern thing? I’m from up North living in Florida and my grandmother was “grandma”

    1. Linda, one set of my grandkids call me Nana, and the other set calls me NeeNee. It is up to them, I’m just happy if they call.

  5. Tania, your granddaughter is so pretty and feminine.
    I love the teddy bear coat in the sage green color. I am wearing my puffer jacket for the first time this year as we are up in Victoria, BC on a long weekend trip and it is really chilly.

  6. Jenniffer Groski says:

    Bomber jacket is totally my favorite!!

  7. Really enjoyed the post with the coats today. So thorough. Loved all the different styles and price points you showed.

    My favorites were the pink puffer, and the long Lands End coat.

    Thanks for all you do for us!

    1. I’m so glad that you enjoyed this post, Juliet! 😊😊

  8. Beautiful jackets/coats and very affordable!

  9. All cute coats. I already bought a Sherpa jacket. I really don’t have room for more coats. I have classic coats and jackets so I don’t have to worry about trends. Also in Texas I don’t have to wear heavy jackets or coats often.

  10. sue koren says:

    I really don’t need another coat but these all look great!

  11. I am new to your site and I love it!!
    You make such great suggestions and model everything so well!
    I love the faux fur shacket!

    1. Welcome to the blog, Beth!

  12. My daughter is in need of a coat and you have given her a lot of choices!

  13. Louise Logan says:

    Love these coats!! Especially the faux fur! Very playful!

  14. Thank you for all the coat and jacket ideas. You are great at styling them and look so pretty. Such a precious ballerina too.

  15. Linda Mahar says:

    I love your little fashionista dog. Thanks for all your fashion hints.

  16. ALL are winners! My favorites are the plum with blond fur trim and the short sherpa. I could get one of these for the price since it wouldn’t get much wear where I live!

  17. I love the longer style coats because my legs get cold 😆 Happy Birthday to your Granddaughter! Love today’s scripture too!

  18. Your granddaughter is so cute and so is Lucy Lou! I love puffer jackets- warm, light weight, easy to pack, carry, inexpensive, all colors, and easy to throw in car or bag!

  19. Love all the coats, especially the plum anorak. Great for the Rocky Mountains where I live!

  20. The plum one is my favorite. I love that color!

  21. What a great assortment of coats and jackets. My favorite one is parka jacket puffer with removable hood. I also like the aviator coat but want something longer. You provided so many nice options. Thanks. I really liked seeing them on you.

  22. Laura Garrett says:

    Happy Birthday to your sweet Matti! Aren’t girls fun? Cold weather is my favorite because I love coats so much! Puffer, fleecy, sleek and tailored, you name it, and I’ll wear them all. Thanks for these choices today.

  23. Love this post!!! All the coats are amazing. The hot pink one is super cute and looks great on you. I’m also loving the white fuzzy jacket from wal mart. Can’t even imagine putting on a coat right now. it was 85 degrees here in Maryland on Saturday. Actually was sitting on the beach!!! crazy!

  24. Rhoda Clark says:

    Great post on outer wear for women, but I do have a question: being a fellow dog lover, what type of coat do you get for Lucy Lu?

    I just recently updated my “everyday” jacket to a reversible one that will cover the heavy duty wear that we get down here in southeast Texas. I’m in the market for a great trench, but still shopping for that one.

    1. Rhoda, Lucy Lu is such a scaredy cat, she won’t let me put a sweater or coat on her.

  25. CyndeeKay🌻 says:

    Tania, I love the Teddy Bear coat. Also, I love that Lucy Lou is showing off her beautiful coat!

  26. I love the trench coat!! Especially at that price. I need to definitely order that one. 🙂

  27. Karen Johnson says:

    Thank you for posting all of these jackets. I never seem to have the right coat and this is a great help that I can use to find the perfect coat

    1. I’m glad that you enjoyed this post! Thank you for commenting!

  28. Karen Johnson says:

    Thank you for posting all of these jackets. I never seem to have the right coat and this is a great help

  29. I live in North Mississippi and don’t plan to move any farther north! HA! I hate being too cold, but oddly I hate wearing a coat longer than absolutely necessary, so I don’t own many. The teddy bear looks cute and comfy. I prefer something not so constricting and that appears to be a nice option.

  30. Roberta Schwandner says:

    I like this selection of winter coats.

    1. Luisa Peterson says:

      The pink puffer is so cool and Barbie but the long blue one looks warmer. Your grand daughter has your smile. Happy 15!

  31. Deborah Leggett says:

    Happy birthday to your gorgeous granddaughter! 🩷🎂🎉
    She’s beautiful!
    It’s just turned cold here in central Illinois. I have a coat for every temperature. LOL
    Although, I may have to pick up a fun colored medium length gor this winter. ❄️

  32. I rarely wear a coat…It doesn’t get that cold here. I love the pink on you! i also LOVE the shoes!!! Happy Birthday to your adorable granddaughter! Happy Monday❤

    1. Happy Monday, Alison! ❤️

  33. Ginger Hiller says:

    I love the hot pink one so much. I also really like several of the there’s you styled. If any of the ladies want to invest in a puffer coat that will last for years, I highly recommend Lands End. I’ve had mine for at least 15 years. I have several jackets and coats in various colors and fabrics, to suit my mood.

  34. Love the affordable trench coat. Unfortunately both colors are out of stock.

  35. Happy Birthday to your beautiful granddaughter 🎂🎉 They sure grow up fast!! I like the pink puffer jacket on you, you look pretty in Pink!

  36. Love the puffer jackets and the fleece jackets! Living in Ohio I have to keep warm when I’m heading outside!

    1. Yes, those would be perfect for Ohio weather.

  37. Sherry Henderson says:

    I live in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains in a gorgeous, sunny city called Calgary, AB. We can experience all the seasons in one day thanks to a weather phenomenon called a chinook. The downside of it us the constant freezing and melting which makes a mess! I love the bright colours of your selections today- especially the hot pink! A great way to bring some fun into what can be a dreary season.

    1. Oh, my! I thought Virginia weather was crazy 😜

  38. I’m drawn to the plum Anorak – not just that it’s a fave jewel tone, but also for the hoodie, length, and the fact that it looks really cozy!

  39. Love these! And affordable too! Thank you!

  40. Love a good puffer and the pink looks so yummy! Hummm……

  41. Love the Time & Tru wine colored one

  42. Love the little trench coat. It’s a classic.

  43. What a beautiful picture of your granddaughter. So many cute coats to choose from. I kind of leaning towards the pink puffer jacket.

  44. Donna Ingalls says:

    Cute shorter length Parka jacket
    Would look great on all body types.
    Thanks for this timely post.

  45. Pamela Marvin says:

    I like to have a variety of coats as well.

  46. Bethany B says:

    Hi Tania,
    Love this post! As a hockey mom traveling to different ice rinks, I’m always looking for a great coat. This provided me with some great options – I love the teddy bear coat!
    Thank you! Have a great day!
    Bethany

  47. Jennifer S says:

    The trench coat is my favorite. Thanks for all of the reviews

  48. Love the teddy bear fleece!