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4 Feminine Winter Coats That Will Totally Brighten Your Wardrobe This Season

This post: Kristy’s curated collection of bright + feminine winter coats.


A few years ago, I realized that EVERY coat + jacket I owned was either black or gray. Winter is drab enough without wearing “heavy” colors everywhere, am I right?

I slowly started replacing my winter overcoats with pieces that were white or bright – and fitted, because I don’t care for the oversized-everything trend. I ended up with four beautiful, feminine winter coats to polish off my winter wardrobe.

If you’re looking for an easy way to brighten things up this season, consider investing in a few coats that aren’t on the gray scale. Whites, pinks + jewel tones are my personal favorites.

I have do expensive taste, but I’m generally a frugal shopper. Everything but the navy pea coat was a thrift store find. Most of the coats recommended in this post are on sale – but before you order anything online, make sure you’re earning cashback with Honey! xo

4 Preppy Winter Coats That Will Totally Brighten Your Wardrobe This Season

4 Feminine Winter Coats (That Aren’t Drab)

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Preppy winter coats - navy officer coat from White House Black Market | Simply Kristy Lynn
This investment piece was worth it!

This lovely pea coat from White House Black Market is the only winter coat I paid full price for. It’s been totally worth the money – I’ve been wearing it for several years + it’s still like new!

This exact coat is longer available, but I curated similar looks here, here, and here.


Full Length White Coat

Preppy winter coats - full length white coat | Simply Kristy Lynn
I feel fancy wearing white.

If you’re a fan of preppy winter coats, nothing makes a statement quite like a full length, white coat. I get lots of compliments on this Kate Middleton-inspired look – and no one would ever guess it’s a thrifted Old Navy coat!

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I found similar looks (reasonably priced) here and here.


Blue Plaid Overcoat

Preppy winter coats - blue plaid overcoat | Simply Kristy Lynn
I love a fitted waist on a coat.

What’s not to love about bright winter blues? This plaid overcoat from Old Navy is another wardrobe staple I thrifted a few years ago.

Check out this similar look from Zulily.


Quilted Mid-Length Jacket

Preppy winter coats - quilted mid-lenth jacket | Simply Kristy Lynn
Pink is always a win.

This quilted mid-length coat from Chico’s is just the right amount of preppy + practical. The pink is sold out, but a similar style is available in pretty jewel tones here.


Feminine Winter Coats :: Boutique

I curated a collection of beautifully bright winter coats. Many of these pieces are currently on sale – click the images for more details, available sizes, etc.

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Your turn.

If you were shopping for feminine winter coats today, what color would you choose? Drop a comment below + tell me.

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  1. These coats are lovely and I do like the colors, but they would not work for those of us in a colder climate. We would call most of those jackets, not coats. It can be hard to find thick, warm, long coats in pretty colors!

    1. You’re absolutely right – climate makes a huge difference! The navy pea coat from White House Black Market is extremely thick/warm – I can only wear it a few times a year here in north Texas. But otherwise, these are definitely coats for the southern United States.

      I’m going to share my friend Nipa’s blog with you – https://fashionipa.com/ Nipa lives in upstate New York and shares lots of lovely wardrobe + outfit ideas. You might find some recommendations there that better suit your weather!

      Thanks so much for taking the time to read and comment, Kathi! xo