By Style Editor Julie Davis
As fall settles in and the temperature starts to drop, you don’t have to sacrifice style to stay warm. From apple picking to pumpkin patches, here are some of our favorite coats to keep everyone in the family looking sleek and feeling snug—all season long.
This elegant camel coat wraps you in effortless style—and easily takes you from the office to a night on the town. It features faux leather trim, roomy front pockets and an oversized hood, plus the wrap design allows for a more flexible fit.
BB Dakota Josie Coat, Tula, The Grove West at Shrewsbury
If there’s ever a print that signals that start of blustery weather, it’s Fair Isle. It evokes a feeling of coziness and warmth. Wear this coat to feel both—the faux fur hood and quilted lining add to its comforting allure. Fair Isle Duffle, Glow, The Grove at Shrewsbury
COAT OF ARMS
It’s no wonder this winter white trench is on every fashion editor’s ‘it’ list—including ours. The classic silhouette is sleek, the fit is positively flattering, and the metal button detailing gives it a subtle military edge. Jack Romaine Coat, Uphoria, Little Silver
From school to the playground, she’s sure to stay snug in this Dutch-designed zip-button metallic puff. The gorgeous toile lining makes it even more special.
Jottum Metallic Puffy Bubble (sizes 5-10), Lavish Kids, Red Bank
Whether he’s a riding bike or kicking a soccer ball, don your little dude in this hip bomber jacket—it has a faux shearling lining to keep him extra cozy. D&G Bomber Jacket (sizes 2-10), Lavish Kids, Red Bank
COOL & CASUAL
For when business attire is not required, this fully lined canvas jacket is perfectly cool and casual. With plenty of pockets (one for every gadget), it’s sure to become a weekend essential. Scotch & Soda The Canvas Jacket, Nirvana,Red Bank
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