Today was freezing!! I finally had to switch into my winter wool coat. The other day, a friend mentioned she was looking for an affordable winter coat, so I started looking on Etsy and found some beautiful vintage ones, all at reasonable prices. Some are perfect everyday coats, others are elegant and perfectly suited for nights at the theater or special holiday parties. All the coats are under $200 and most are under $100! Check out what I found, after the jump!
Long Wool Coat 1 of 10This charming coat features a funnel neck collar and a double breasted design on the front. It looks so warm and cozy for winter!
Purchase for $188 at Persephone Vintage.
Elegant Yellow Coat 2 of 10This '50s coat is lined in silk!
Purchase for $65 at Caprock Vintage.
Austrian Wool Cape 3 of 10This Austrian wool cape would be charming paired with riding pants.
Purchase for $98 at Allen Company.
Toggle Coat 4 of 10This toggle coat from England is lined in a lovely tartan. The camel color goes with everything and the hood makes it extra warm!
Purchase for $86 at Rambling Man Vintage.
Lambswool Cream Coat 5 of 10This charming '50s coat is perfect for evenings at the theater or elegant dinners.
Purchase for $75 at Gisela and Zoe Vintage.
Plaid Wool Coat 6 of 10This coat from Finland is sure to keep you warm and the subtle pattern will finish off every outfit beautifully.
Purchase for $98 at Beta Boutique.
Preppy Car Coat 7 of 10If you tend toward a preppy style, this car coat might be just your thing!
Purchase for $50 at Studio Nostalgia.
Dark Green Coat 8 of 10Dark green is all the rage this fall. This darling '60s princess coat will look smart with everything.
Purchase for $98 at Out of a Strobe Vintage.
Grey Wool Coat 9 of 10This adorable vintage coat is surprisingly current for its age. It looks good with anything from skinny jeans to dresses.
Purchase for $132 at FOA. First of August.
German Toggle Coat 10 of 10This coat was made in Germany in the '60s and is everything you'd want in a classic toggle coat.
Purchase for $89 at Bad Baby Vintage.
Top photo: First of August.
Chelsea Fuss is a blogger and prop stylist based in Portland who blogs daily at Frolic!
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