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28 Colorful Coats to Brighten Up Winter

by habituallychic

01 . 31 . 22

There comes a time each winter when I want to burn all my cold-weather clothes. That time arrived today. I’m sick of all my grey coats and sweaters and could use a pop of color. I’ve been loving all the pretty pastel coats I’ve been seeing online lately and they’d be a great way to transition your existing wardrobe for the end of winter into spring. Most of the colors would work well with grey, black, navy, or neutrals as a base too. Here are some of my favorites.

This rosy pink wool coat would be beautiful with all shades of grey sweater and pants.

This medium pink handmade wool coat would be pretty with navy blue and neutrals. Handmade makes this one sound expensive but it’s only $229.99.

There is nothing more cheerful than fuchsia and this single-breasted virgin wool-blend coat would cheer me up this winter.

This fitted coat with buttons is another pretty shade of cheerful pink.

If it’s still cold in your area, this belted faux fur coat is a pretty salmon pink color that will also keep you warm.

This bright red stretch-crepe coat would look great with a little black dress or black turtleneck and wide leg trousers.

This dark orange wool blend coat would look chic with navy, tan, and winter white.

If this orange belted cashmere coat is too bright for you, it’s also available in blue.

This pale yellow wool coat looks much more expensive than it actually costs.

This yellow Double-Faced Wool Coat reminds of daffodils that are one of the first flowers to bloom each spring.

This bright and bold yellow double-breasted brushed wool and cashmere-blend coat is perfect for those who like to be noticed.

Get your chic on this winter in this chartreuse belted wrap-effect brushed felt coat.

This pale lime Double-Face Wool Coat is a pretty shade of green that’s perfect for spring to wear with floral dresses.

I own this exact double faced wool coat in three other colors and I love it. I actually don’t look in green or else I’d buy it in this color too. It’s currently on sale too.

This green handmade wool coat would look as great with neutrals as it would be bold patterns.

This darker green woolen coat with belt would look great with all your black fashions.

This is the blue color of the double faced wool coat that I already own and now I’m debating if I need this color too. I took it to the local Nordstrom Upper East Side outpost to have the sleeves hemmed and they did a great job.

This bright blue color double-breasted wool-natte coat is another show stopper color for brightening up winter.

I’d pair this bright blue Virgin Wool-Blend Coat with black outfits now and floral dresses after it warms up.

I love the shade of blue of this handmade wool coat. It’s such a pretty color.

This light blue double-breasted wool and cashmere-blend coat is a chic cross between a blazer and a car coat.

This pastel blue cashmere coat is a bit of splurge but it would be worth it.

This light blue double faced wool coat is a less expensive option to the one above but still just as chic.

This lavender belted coat would update all my grey outfits for the end of winter and be pretty with dresses this spring.

If you’re still cold, I’d suggest this chic lilac shearling coat.

If this pink of this double-breasted shearling coat is too shocking for you, it’s also available in black.

This pretty pink double-breasted wool and cashmere-blend coat is also available in black.

If all these options are too much color for you, may I suggest this tan Striped Wool Coat with just a hint of color.

Happy February!