Wool overcoats are perfect transition pieces for winter and into early spring. Ideal for layering, a gray, tan or neutral overcoat will pop with a denim jacket or contrasting hoodie worn underneath. They’re also versatile enough to be worn as a casual coat with some lounge pants or as part of a more formal outfit.

Attempts to shop for timeless outerwear can usually mean steering into very expensive territory. However, there are several brands creating stylish, affordable options that don’t sacrifice on quality. We’ve put together a list of some of our favourites below. In this selection you’ll find a double-breasted wool coat for $129 from H&M, a luxurious cashmere/wool blend Chesterfield coat from Uniqlo and at the higher end of the price bracket there’s a mac from A.P.C. with water-repellent woolen cloth and a concealed button closure.

Wool-Blend Coat

$129

H&M

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Wool-Blend Coat

$149

H&M

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Wool-Cashmere Chesterfield Coat

$150

UNIQLO

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Tristan Checked

$169

Weekday

Buy at Weekday

Check Mac

$180

Topman

Buy at Topman

Long Overcoat

$320

Levi's Made & Crafted

Buy at Caliroots

Auster Mac

$440

A.P.C.

Buy at Caliroots

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Words by Max Grobe
Associate Fashion Editor