Kate Middleton’s Wrap Coat Is Out of Our Price Range, But These Equally Cozy Picks Aren’t
Sentaler Superfine Alpaca Wrap Coat With Ribbed Sleeves
For comparison purposes, we’ll start with the actual coat the duchess wore. The price tag is a far cry from our budget-friendly picks that follow, but it’s certainly gorgeous.We weren't able to find the coat in the flattering lilac shade Kate wore, but keep scrolling to see J.Crew's "magestic purple" pick that we're loving.
Buy It: $746; neimanmarcus.com
Wrap Coat in Boiled Wool
If you’re not familiar with boiled wool, we’re right there with you. According to J.Crew it’s a tightly woven fabric that provides warmth without the heft. This coat comes in four colors, but we’re partial to “majestic purple”—and we have a feeling Kate would be too.
Buy It: $168; jcrew.com
Drape Open Front Waterfall Belted Wrap Coat Jacket
The deep green color—aptly named Pine—is perfect to pair with your holiday wardrobe. You can nix the removable belt when you’re in a breezy mood.
Buy It: $26.99; walmart.com
Draped lapels provide a more casual look. Pair this coat with black leggings and your favorite pearls for a ladylike finish.
Buy It: $69.99; hm.com
Wool Shawl Collar Wrap Coat
Try this coat in taupe or black—you’ll love the classic silhouette either way. The longer length is ideal for particularly chilly days.
Buy It: $69.99; target.com
In case you missed it, hygge basically elevates coziness to an art form, and this coat-cardigan hybrid does exactly that. Pair it with a wide belt by either overlapping the sides to create a wrap-coat look or belt the coat while it’s open, letting the collar extend past your shoulders.
Buy It: $198; anthropologie.com