Belted Winter Coats (Marisa Bell)
Navy belted coat by Topshop
Camel belted coat by Mango
Grey coat with fur collar Michael Kors at Hose of Fraser
Red Coat by Kaleidoscope
Bamford Trench Cape Coat in Oatmeal
Grey belted coat
Mauve coat by Effect at Far Fetch
Black belted coat by Warehouse
Jaeger pastel coloured belted coat
Two tone grey coat by Gerard Darel

Combining navy and black, this belted overcoat will instantly pull together an office look comprising of multiple muted shades.

With a relaxed edge, it’ll effortlessly double up as a great weekend option and teamed with denim jeans and a high street cashmere jumper, it’ll keep you stylishly, and warmly, wrapped up.

Devoid of overt detailing, this almost full length option from Mango is one of the best high street camel colour way options we’ve seen.

Stick to neutrals and team with a classic white shirt, pencil skirt and high heels and for a super glossy finish add a statement red lip.

Adding instant interest, the faux fur collar on this Michael Michael Kors grey coat creates a focus texture mix twist to your look.

Teamed with either navy or black, grey is a great complementing colour and suits all skin tones. With same attention to detail as the mainline, Michael Kors’ diffusion range is one of our favourites.

If you love the bold red fashion trend this season, consider adding a warm colour touch to you look with this affordable belted coat from Kaleidoscope.

Its wide collar and knee length cut combined with its belted finish, give it a luxe finish that makes it look much more expensive than it really is.

We’re a big fan of a traditional beige trench at Red Online, but in winter sometimes you need something a little heavier to keep out the cold.

If you’re looking to invest in a trench, but with the same warm luxurious feel of a super soft designer overcoat, then this Bamford number ticks all the boxes. Expensive it certainly is, but it’s a classic that you’ll love and wear for years and years to come.

If you prefer to steer clear of block colour looks, consider investing in a tweed overcoat this season.

With a monochrome influence, this Banana Republic belted coat is on trend and it will add instant fashion points to your outfit. Affordable too, we’re sold.

Featuring fold down collar detail and epaulets, this double breasted coat has a slightly oversized shape that gives it an androgynous feel.

Cut just below the knee, team with flat riding boots for a dressed down finish or for a more polished look, opt for high heeled Mary Janes.

Super classic, Warehouse’s take on the look has been made modern with its subtle leather trim. Adding a tougher edge, it’s a great way to dip your toe in the leather trend and trial the look.

Translating into your evening wardrobe, it’s also super versatile and will work as a great cover up for your Christmas party dress.

If winter pastels were your favourite fashion look from the AW12 catwalks, then this Jaeger wrap coat is one to check out.

The dusky pink wool fabric and contrasting grey lining will effortlessly brighten darker winter colour palettes and give your wardrobe a new-season spin.

Combing two shades of grey, this Gerard Darel coat has a minimal feel that echoes archive Jil Sander collections.

A great thrown-on piece, it’ll go with pretty much everything in your wardrobe and quickly become a real staple. Cinch tightly at the waist for a really flattering hourglass finish.

If you like our belted winter coats, why not update your winter wardrobe with a pair of tailored trousers too? For AW12 fashion ideas, check out our Fashion Trends galleries or for ongoing wardrobe solutions, visit our other What to Wear features.

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