7 Coat Trends You Won't Regret in 10 Years—Promise

They'll stand the test of time.

7 Coat Trends You Won't Regret in 10 Years—Promise

If you're the type who is off-put at the mention of Halloween before October or New Years' Eve before December, you might think it's a little early for me to start talking about coats in September. However, I'm not making the case about what to wear merely this season—I'm hand-picking the coats you can easily wear for the next 10 winters without worrying about them going out of style.

That's right: I believe these coat trends will stand the test of time and still be relevant in a decade. How's that for a solid investment? Scroll down to shop my favorite fall coat trends that will score you major ROI, along with styling ideas for each. 

You can never go wrong with classic black. 

A-line silhouette are universally popular for all body types. 

This is giving me some Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band vibes.

Mango makes a mean coat. 

This pink color is a tad unexpected, which is what makes it totally fresh.  

Topshop for the win. 

I love how this is juxtaposed with a sweet floral dress.

Try to think of one place you couldn't wear this during the winter. Spoiler: You can't. 

I love how this is tyled with flat lace-up boots. 

This looks so cozy. 

A blazer/coat hybrid is supremely versatile. 

If you only buy one new coat, make it this one. It's by far the most versatile (and one of the best priced). 

Yes to everything about this oufit. 

Take good care of it and this baby will last you forever. 

I own many pieces from Ganni and I have found them all to be incredibly well-made. 

Celebs like Bella Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski are obsessed with this brand. 

Long live leopard print. 

I've never been disappointed with a Madewell purchase. 

Trench coat, but make it fashion. 

This is a fantastic lightweight option for warmer fall days. 

Tan trenches are so classic. 

Mackage will not let you down, even in the coldest of climates. 

This reversible jacket is so practical. 

Yep, I'd also wear this with lace-up, lug-sole boots.

Mint green feels so fresh for fall and winter. 

Next, the 4 fall trends this Parisian mom borrows from her daughters. 

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