Coat season has arrived. Coats keep you warm and can bring together any stylish ensemble. Below are 10 of my favorite colorful, festive, fun, and stunning, ethical and sustainable coats for winter. Let me know your favorite in the comments below.
There is something lovely about pastel coats in the winter that I love. This one is made ethically in Suzhou.
A coat that helps people find you in a crowd. It has appropriately colored festive flare. It’s made with vintage fabric and hand embroidered.
Fancy and this is a coat that definitely has the frills. It’s made from deadstock knit fabric and deadstock faux fur.
If it was warm enough for the Soviets, it will definitely be warm enough for any cold winter. This Marit Ilison coat is handmade in Tallinn, Estonia and the fabric used is vintage Soviet blankets.
Made with responsible production in a fair trade factory in Poland. Mark Kenly makes his clothes with durable materials that need minimal care.
The 2018 fall season was inspired by 19th-century working women. The coat is made with a blend of camel and virgin wool and produced sustainably in Italy.
The patterns are inspired by Ancient Greece, and the outer fabric is neoprene. It’s handmade in Germany. Rianna + Nina got their start with upcycled vintage scarf fabrics.
This coat is a great way to bring some fancy color to any monochrome winter outfit. It’s made with fabric sourced from The Sustainable Angle.
This jacket is organic cotton with a quilted red and aqua pattern. Another thing to love about it? It’s reversible!
Handcrafted by Fafine Niutao I Aotearoa. The embellishments are traditional beading and decorations. This coat is the perfect way to stay warm during an elegant winter evening.
Keep spring in your mind anywhere you go with this floral coat from By Walid. It’s handcrafted in England and made with upcycled materials.