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A traditional fur-hooded parka looks even cooler in a graphic black-and-white pattern.

Sorry, but we're still not over Acne's classic shearling moto jacket.

It's every inch your traditional peacoat—oh, except that it's completely made from softer-than-soft rabbit fur. Swoon.

A subtle color-blocked option that'll still match everything in your closet.

Camo chameleon.

Beautifully collegiate—albeit priced well above what most coeds could afford.

Wet-look leather is everywhere this season. Get it while it's hot.
Just look at those awesomely oversized pockets!

The piping adds major polish.

Pair with pajama pants for the ultimate Olsens-circa-2005 look (that's a good thing, by the way).

Teal our hearts, why dontcha?

What could be more beautiful than a lace overcoat? Not much, friends. Not much.

A quiet way to wear florals in the winter.

So gorgeous, it could double as a dress.

Go ahead, play the scales.

The prim 'n' proper rainbow tweed contrasts perfectly with the laid-back cocoon shape.

Check yourself.

All the interest is in the sleeves, so get ready to do some serious arm windmillin'.

Normally, we're not big poncho people. But this one's furry. And reversible. And Margiela. Sold.
We adore everything Raf Simons creates—and this half-camel, half-rose coat is no exception.

An evergreen option that, true to its color, will last for ages.

When it gets too chilly for your trusty moto jacket, swap it out for this elongated, heavier option.

The tried-and-true peacoat looks totally new in metallic pink.
An incredibly elegant option that'd work for 20-somethings and 70-somethings alike.

We've said it once, and we'll say it again: you can't go wrong with a beautiful brocade.

Gorilla arms have never looked so chic.

In salmon pink, a sporty parka loses all those outdoorsy connotations.

One word: oxblood.
Blanket stripes jazz up an otherwise simple grey coat.
You won't want to take this off all day(-glo).
It's a stole! It's a coat! It's a stoat!
Like a wearable, very chic game of Tetris.
Shades of grey, courtesy of Porter Grey.

This is what happens when leopards grow up and drop that whole "wild animal" schtick.

We're digging those color-blocked sleeves.

Just the right amount of rustic.

Proenza Schouler's digital patterns eat other label's digital patterns for breakfast.
Slightly scuba, in the happiest hue ever.
How cute is that Peter Pan collar?
Like the laid-back lovechild of the Baja jacket and traditional anorak.

A little bit army brat, a little bit rock 'n' roll.

Sherlock Holmes would approve.
Plaid of truly epic proportions.

Layer a dramatic statement necklace on top for extra interest.

Sure, it's a bit Muppet-y...but that's the beauty of it.

Cue Miranda Priestly's "cerulean" speech...

Layer a thick black cable knit beneath, and you're ready for the big chill.

The ultimate Valentine's Day topper.

Our Executive Digital Editor Lauren owns this one, and rest assured it looks just as awesome up close.
Olivier Theyskens is the ultimate master of dark 'n' drapey outerwear.