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2020 High Street Winter Coats To Buy Now

Yes, you heard correctly. Winter! Although it doesn’t feel like winter just yet, we can definitely see it coming very soon. You might want to make the most of the 20 something degrees left of this month but as from next month it’s back to being miserable, cold and dark. That’s winter for you. Furthermore, try and get that autumn/winter wardrobe ready now, before it’s too late and you’re freezing your butt off. We have selected some of our favourite high street coats you will definitely need this season.


You can never go wrong with a grey coat, it simply goes with everything. The wool material makes it super comfy for those cold days.

£139.99, H&M

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A classy look for when going out with friends to going to work. The colour, as you can see has a very autumn tone.

Topshop, £69.99

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These Matrix style coats are making a come back this season. This classic faux leather trench coat can be your new everyday coat and it goes with literally everything.

Monki, £85,00

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You can never go wrong with Zara and it’s literally that time of year where you just want to give all your money to Zara. This textured coat will keep you warm this season.

Zara, £99.00

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MANGO coat


Puffer jackets/coats have been a popular hit for last couple of years. And lets face it, you can never go wrong with a puffer coat, can you? You get that extra padded effect for warmth.

Mango, £119.99

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With Burberry starting off the infamous check trench coat, it was an unbelievably amazing time for fashion. Therefore trench coats are giving us serious vibes this season.

Karen Millen, £83.30

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This detailed faux fur sleeved and neck jacket is a serious candidate for this winter, just by looking at it, you can tell it’ll keep you nice and cosy and the lovely lilac colour is something different.

River Island, £95.00

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