top winter coat trends for 2023 range from traditional camel and quilted coats to bold animal prints and colorful faux furs. the best part is that you only need a few basics to complete the look, as they are the perfect foundation for the other classics in your winter closet, like a simple white turtleneck or a cozy cashmere v-neck.
one of the big trends is the ultra-long coat, which can even be used as a dress and is also perfect for styling long winter dresses. their full body coverage and tailored fit create a cohesive, practical and elegant look.
yves saint laurent + arket
PLAID AND CHECK
this season, plaids are becoming more relevant as fashion establishes a new code of classics, many of which are rooted in tailoring.
stella mccartney + massimo dutti
it's a high-quality investment for your wardrobe. perfect for any style and especially trendy as a trench coat. brown is the color to choose for this classic and elegant piece.
lowe + cos
this minimalist shade is popping up all over the runways, from bottega veneta to fendi to prada. whether you prefer a head-to-toe color block or break it up with a some unexpected contrast, gray is one of the season's most versatile trends.
prada + mango
fur coats are a fall/winter staple. this season, designers are reimagining the classic topper in oversized designs. many labels, such as prada, burberry or gucci, are taking a cruelty-free approach by doing away with animal fur and using great synthetic alternatives.
max mara + proenza schouler
the coat that comes back year after year: the belted coat. the simple robe-meets-outerwear style of a longline coat, cinched at the waist with a simple belt tie - an elegant option for those who prefer minimalist yet perfectly tailored pieces.
bottega veneta + the frankie shop
we thought this model had had its day, but it's back. and it was undoubtedly one of the stars of the prada fall/winter runway.
prada + mackintosh
wearing a runway trend is an exciting way to elevate your everyday style. by investing in a statement coat, experimenting with different lengths and silhouettes, you can easily incorporate this trends into your everyday wardrobe. so go ahead, embrace the coat runway trend and make a fashion statement wherever you go!
cláudia cavaleiro the editor in chief for CINCO editorial. born in '82 in coimbra, she is graduated in philosophy from the university of coimbra. passionate about books and podcasts in a geek kind of way, she always find something interesting to research. loves to bring awareness to social problems and loves working at CINCO!