There are so many fantastic faux fur coats and jackets out there—more than there even were this time last year, when I thought there were a ton—that I had no choice but to make this a two-parter. I love faux fur: it’s insanely warm, and fun to wear too, and the faker-looking the better in my book. I think this grey coat is just impossibly glam.
And I like the hoodie action on this one.
I really like the front patch pockets on this one from Alex Mill.
The black buttons really pop here, and I dig the streamlined silhouette.
This striped number from Kule is just really a kick.
This is a faux fur down-filled puffer, which is kind of genius. It also comes in a number of good colors, though I’m partial to the black.
A double-breasted coat with a satisfyingly nubby texture.
This just looks desperately cozy.
This trucker jacket has a nicely retroish feel, what with the faux leather details and that excellent 1960s olive hue.
I love the shagginess of this Helmut Lang number, which is nicely marked down.
This faux Mongolian lamb jacket is so lady rock star. I also love how shaggy it is.
OK, this jacket is kind of too much, but in a good way, I think.
This one-button coat is water-repellent, which is pretty great, and it’s got nicely sophisticated lines.
I love the dusty rose color of this almost menswearish choice.
A cute little peacoat that I could see throwing on in the morning to walk the dogs.
And here’s a more dressed-up (and splurgy) peacoat with chic three-quarter sleeves.
Here’s a well-priced jacket in a very elegant grey.
And speaking of elegant, this quilted specimen looks very Uptown Lady to me.