It's my favourite time of the year; coat shopping season!

As I am such a coat addict, I thought I'd put my addiction to good use and share some of my favourite coats from the High Street this year, all of which are under £100. 
If you're struggling to find the coat for you, I might just have something here for you... Think of it as a one stop coat shop.
It's not just coats I'm addicted to, I also have a bit of a thing for the colour grey and there are some really beautiful grey options this year.
A style I love is the slim fit boyfriend coat which Topshop have released in an array of amazing colours. This is classy and smart but will look just as amazing over ripped jeans and a white tee as it will over an LBD. 
If you're after something a bit more casual, the fluffy wool coat is adorable! I love the black edging and the fact that it has a really big hood... Something a lot of coats are missing this year. 
Mango are always one of my go-to shops in AW and this press-stud fastening coat is one of the reasons why! It's a great in-between dressy and everyday style that I know I'd get lots of use out of.
Wrap round coats are always a winner of me, and very similar to my Winter coat from last year is the wrap fit and flare coat from Miss Selfridge. 
Camel is my colour of choice this year as it goes with anything and always looks really smart.
I always think the wrap around, tie waist styles are really timeless and chic, and River Island have hit the nail on the head with their double collar robe coat.
Topshop have released their boyfriend coat in camel too (which I have caved and bought!) and New Look have an alternative wrap around coat with bigger collar and off centre fastening to the River Island version.
The cheapest camel coat I've found this year is perfect for anyone wanting to dip their toes into the trend or looking for a perfect excuse to buy a second Winter coat because it's only £25; The zip through coat is from George at Asda, and is selling out really fast, so get yourself into your nearest store asap if you want to snap it up.
Ohh just look at all of these prints! I'm not going to lie, I want ALL of these in my wardrobe this year and might just have to treat myself to one or two!
Big checks seem to popular this year with plenty of options to choose from... There's the Topshop dark wool duster coat for a cosy button up style, River Island's multi colour pea coat for something a bit brighter, Miss Selfridge's long line grey duster for a coat to go with everything or the New Look longline duster which is great for Autumn or layering with a chunky scarf when it gets that bit colder.
For something very different and very expensive looking I love the grey floral embroidered overcoat, also from River Island, which is possibly my favourite coat of them all (BIG statement!)
Another huge trend which is back this Winter is the leopard print coat, with lots of options available on the High Street... Of course Topshop have aced with their button up leopard coat. For something not so in your face, New Look have their open style grey leopard coat and for something really on trend, Mango have their amazing asymmetric zip up leopard coat which is a bargain at only £39.99!
I bought myself a pink coat a few years ago and Im still planning on using it this Winter, which goes to show that something which may have been seen as a bit of a novelty has managed to stay completely in style.
If you want something quite luxe River Island's fur collar robe coat will do it for you, it's very glam and dressy, or for something a bit more casual, go with their zip up swing coat with contrasting fur collar (which is definitely my favourite).
If you're on a budget the longline button up coat from New Look is really stylish, and a gorgeous shade of pink or for something a little bit classic looking, I am obsessed with the collarless coat from Oasis.
One of my favourite AW colours is burgundy/maroon/wine whatever you choose to call it and I would quite happily have all of these coats in my wardrobe this season.
Firstly, the tie waist fur collar coat from New Look looks so much more expensive than it is and is really wearable for a casual outfit with jeans and boots or to wear over a dress on an evening, or if you want something plainer they have the split side maxi coat that I'm very tempted by!
For another option for a fur collar, Miss Selfridge have a beautiful belt fastened fit and flare coat or you could go with the old faithful Topshop boyfriend coat, which looks beautiful with the contrasting gold zips.
One of my most worn and loved winter coats from the past few years is a long green army style coat, which I would still be rocking this year but it has seen better days and has had to go to coat heaven... Which means it needs replacing, right?
Luckily there are some beautiful green coats around this year and of course, Topshop have the slim fit boyfriend coat in green, but they also have the slightly boxier, more casual version which I think I prefer in this colour. For something very similar to my beloved coat, Oasis have a stunning button up coat with huge collar and pockets, which is quite military looking.
For something in more of an olive tone, New Look have their gorgeous longline wrap round coat which is really affordable or for a little bit more of a splurge, try the longline slouch coat from Topshop.
Trench Coats always come in so handy towards the beginning and end of the season and I usually end up wearing mine right through Spring too.
Beige is the classic trench colour, but Morgan have mixed it up with the black edging on the zip, pockets and shoulders which I love on their piped-detail trench.
If you want something a bit different, I love the blush pink trench from River Island... it has that classic look to it with a modern edge thanks to the colour and the oversized belt, collar and cuff fastenings. To really stand out, I love the navy clean belted trench from Warehouse, it's so chic and smart.
If you're simply looking for that timeless button up, belted cream trench Mango have ticked all of the boxes as they do every year with their aptly named classic trench.
Lastly if you're looking for warmth, practicality and comfort then you have to go for a parka which used to mean you were going to be buying a khaki green coat with brown fur hood and not much else about it. This year there are some amazing options for parkas with options of exposed or hidden zips, belts or drawstrings and all sorts of different coloured furs (all faux I hope!)
River Island are always my first stop for parkas, and I love their khaki and black coat with white fur so much, I think it's the black detailing, but to me it looks really expensive. If you're not into green, they also have something very similar in their padded grey parka.
Miss Selfridge have another option on khaki green with their luxury parka, this time with a black fur hood and drawstring waist, which gives it a bit of shape and makes it more flattering... A very similar shape to the Oasis parka which comes in lots of different colour options, my favourite being the dark grey with grey fur hood.

I hope this has helped somewhat with your coat shopping this year, let me know which one (or ones!) you'll be buying!
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