Jun 02, 2024

Best women's coats for 2023, according to celebrities

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When it comes to cold-weather style staples, celebrities know what’s hot.

After all, stars regularly top off their outfits with top-of-the-line outerwear — whether facing the elements in a practical puffer or facing the paparazzi in a classic wrap coat.

And with fall on the way, now’s the time to find a new favorite topper to brave the chilly days ahead.

Below, we’ve broken down 13 of the most celeb-loved outerwear labels — from an Oprah-approved Amazon find to trendy-yet-timeless Max Mara designs.

Simply put, famous people love Free People. The brand’s Dolman Quilted Jacket ($198) is a particular favorite for Olivia Wilde, Emma Roberts and Taylor Swift — the latter of whom also wore a Free People coat in her “Lavender Haze” music video.

Selena Gomez favors the label’s more winter-ready jackets, while Kaia Gerber regularly hits the street in her Hit the Slopes Fleece ($148).

Free People Dolman Quilted Jacket ($198)

Free People Hit the Slopes Fleece Jacket ($148)

Free People Jessica Shirt Jacket ($168)

While a whole crew of stars love J.Crew jackets, Meghan Markle might be the brand’s biggest famous fan. She owns at least three coats from the label, including the original Perfect Lightweight Jacket she wore for her bombshell Oprah interview. The brand’s puffers are also a hit with stars like Reese Witherspoon and Emily Ratajkowski.

J.Crew New Perfect Lightweight Jacket ($189)

J.Crew New Quilted Excursion Vest ($148)

J.Crew Heritage Quilted Barn Jacket with PrimaLoft ($248)

When it comes to wool coats that won’t break the bank, Mango’s double-breasted design is a breakout star. The coat was practically everywhere in winter 2022, thanks to stars like Katie Holmes, Gigi Hadid, Sienna Miller and Alexa Chung. (While their exact design is no longer sold, similar styles are still available to shop.)

Mango Wool Double Breasted Coat ($160)

Mango Wool Double Breasted Coat ($160)

Mango Handmade Oversized Wool Coat ($230)

Plenty of famous faces are obsessed with The North Face — and while its 1995 Nuptse Puffer has been on the market for decades, it’s also making its mark as a modern must-have. Kendall Jenner went TikTok-viral when she wore one in 2019, while Ariana Grande, Kim Kardashian and Emily Ratajkowski (to name just a few) also own the much-discussed design.

The North Face 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket ($330)

The North Face 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket ($330)

The North Face 1996 Retro Nuptse Jacket ($330)

The royal family has long turned to Barbour for classic rainwear; the brand’s even part of a select group of companies bestowed with a royal warrant. Princess Diana wore its weather-ready jackets, while Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle also own several quilted Barbour designs.

Barbour Fox Quilted Coat ($340)

Barbour Annandale Quilted Jacket ($220)

Barbour Stretch Cavalry Quilted Vest ($260)

Often dubbed simply “the Amazon coat,” this cozy puffer managed to attain both viral fame and a spot on Oprah’s coveted 2019 “Favorite Things” list, where the entertainment icon dubbed it “flattering and warm.” Emma Stone, Naomi Watts, Lucy Hale and Candice Bergen also own the distinctive design.

Orolay Thickened Down Jacket (from $152)

Orolay Thickened Down Jacket (from $152)

Orolay Thickened Down Jacket (from $152)

Celebrities can’t stop flocking to Canada Goose’s cozy coats. While the brand might be best known for its classic puffers, its high-fashion collaboration with Vetements scored stamps of approval from Kylie Jenner, Olivia Culpo and Rihanna.

Canada Goose Marlow Coat (from $1,175)

Canada Goose Chelsea Parka Heritage ($1,495)

Canada Goose Chelsea Parka ($1,275)

Italian fashion house Max Mara is famous for its standout outerwear designs, including timeless teddy coats and wrap styles worn by the likes of Jennifer Lopez, Kate Middleton, Meghan Markle and Angelina Jolie.

Max Mara Manuela Icon Camel Hair Wool Wrap Coat ($3,450)

Max Mara Estuaria Belted Long Wool Coat ($1,790)

Max Mara Arona Wool Belted Coat (from $1,495)

Celebrities have a real obsession with Apparis’ faux fur coats. The fluffy fashions have popped up on everyone from Khloé Kardashian to Jennifer Lopez over the years.

Apparis Francis Jacket ($104, originally $345)

Apparis Anoushka Faux Fur Coat ($370)

Apparis Milly Coat (from $138, originally $450)

Soia & Kyo’s outerwear — which ranges from classic puffers to luxe-looking wool coats — has caught the attention of stars like Kerry Washington, Jennifer Garner, Taylor Swift and Meghan Markle.

Soia & Kyo Senna-TD Puffer ($395)

Soia & Kyo Britta Coat ($645)

Soia & Kyo Talyese Long Puffer Coat ($745)

Plenty of celebrities are wrapped up in Mackage’s wool wrap jackets; the Mai Coat alone has popped up in the closets of Lupita Nyong’o, Emily Blunt, Kristin Cavallari, Meghan Markle, Victoria Justice and Lucy Hale.

Mackage Mai Wool Belted Wrap Coat ($990)

Mackage Mai Wool Belted Wrap Coat ($990)

Mackage Norita Double-Face Belted Wool Coat ($1,090)

Founded by Kate and Mary-Ashley Olsen, The Row offers luxe, timeless wardrobe staples that have earned legions of loyal celebrity devotees — including Zoë Kravitz, Hailey Bieber, Chrissy Teigen and Kendall Jenner.

The Row Biana Wool-Blend Coat ($2,790)

The Row Badva Long Belted Coat ($3,790)

The Row Beryl Leather Jacket ($4,750)

Burberry’s tartan-lined trenches might be just as iconic as their famous fans. Long before becoming a high-fashion hit worn by everyone from Kate Middleton to Aubrey Hepburn in “Breakfast at Tiffany’s,” the now-ubiquitous design was developed during WWI and later granted a royal warrant from Queen Elizabeth.

Burberry Montrose Belted Cotton Trench Coat ($2,590)

Burberry Kensington Belted Double-Breasted Trench Coat ($2,490)

Burberry Waterloo Leather Trench Coat ($5,900)