Are you looking for a vegan dress coat that actually looks good? Then you've come to the right place. Here are 10 options for men and women for next time you need to dress up...
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1. Women's Tie Coat with Faux Fur by Asos Design
- What's fabulous about this coat (apart from everything) is that it doesn't have to wait for special occasions. Its gray color and simple design mesh well with dress or casual attire.
- Features a shawl collar trimmed in soft faux fur.
- Fastens with snap buttons and a tie waist.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's totally synthetic.
- Pros: Everyone loves a versatile piece they can show off day or night. Whatever you need a nice coat for, whether it's work or a party, keep this one by the door.
- Cons: It's mid-weight, which should keep you warm in the winter unless the temperature drops significantly.
2. Men's Short Trench coat from H&M
- Along with pea coats, trench coats epitomize dress style for men while maintaining a down-to-earth vibe. This beige trench coat is on the shorter side with a stylish tie belt.
- Collar fastens with hook-and-eye closures.
- Lined with two interior pockets.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's all cotton and polyester.
- Pros: Sometimes a long trench coat is more dramatic than what you need. This one is made for easy, breezy styling with jeans or slacks.
- Cons: If you are looking for a traditional trench coat, the length is a little unconventional.
3. Women's Leonore Coat by Baldwin
- Got something special coming up? This might be the coat you're looking for in luxe faux fur.
- Fastens with hook-and-eye closures.
- Collarless design.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's faux fur.
- Pros: You'll feel like a movie star everywhere you go. Get the most out of it and wear it with anything in your closet.
- Cons: The price.
4. Men's Black Military Coat by River Island
- Military coats are always in fashion. This one is especially debonair in black with a long, slim silhouette and a tie waist.
- Double-breasted with a notch collar.
- Made with adjustable buckle cuffs.
- Advertised as vegan: No. But it's all human-made materials.
- Pros: You'll hardly need another dress-casual coat for winter. It's suitable for work and special occasions, but it's laid-back, too. If you're not quite sure how dressed up you need to be for an event, stick with this coat.
- Cons: It's a bit pricey.
5. Women's CORDUROY Swing Coat from Lai Meng Five Cats
- Show up to the party in style. This navy blue swing coat is made of quilted corduroy for subtle texture.
- Embellished with gold-toned buttons.
- Fitted at the waist and flared to the hem.
- Advertised as vegan: No. But it has a vegan construction.
- Pros: It's super feminine and chic, perfect for dresses but gorgeous with any style of pants.
- Cons: While beautiful, the style is pretty specific and may not go with everything.
6. Men's Viscose Blend Coat from H&M
- A black coat like this is ideal for dressing to impress. Think business, black tie events and galas.
- Buttons up to the notch lapels.
- Embellished with cuff buttons, welt pockets and a back vent.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's made from synthetic materials.
- Pros: This coat will get you into any event. Flaunt it with nice fabrics and understated patterns.
- Cons: You may have a hard time dressing it down if you're looking for something multifunctional.
7. Women's Longline Overcoat from Auxo
- The style is very in this year, long and sleek with an open front.
- Features oversized lapels.
- Machine-washable for convenience.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's cotton and polyester.
- Pros: It's dressy but not too formal, so you can wear it on the daily. The navy is probably best for the most multipurpose option.
- Cons: The open front means holding it wrapped around you in really chilly weather.
8. Men's Double Breasted Trench Coat by AOWOFS
- This is your *almost* traditional trench coat, long with black wrist tabs that contrast with the lighter colors.
- Designed with a slim fit and notch lapels.
- Belted at the waist.
- Advertised as vegan: No. But it's made of cotton and polyester.
- Pros: You can pull this coat off just about anywhere. That's the magic of trench coats. Pair it with a suit or jeans.
- Cons: It's a little limited in terms of how formal you can get with it, but that's the trade-off for versatility.
9. Women's Birds of a Feather Coat by Anthropologie
- Somewhere between a coat and a blazer, this bird-themed piece gives you a little break from the ordinary.
- Button-down with notch lapels.
- Made with slanting hip pockets.
- Advertised as vegan: No, but it's all synthetic.
- Pros: You could get a lot of use out of this chic coat. Dress it up or down, and don't be afraid to use your imagination.
- Cons: There's definitely a limited range of colors and patterns to match with it.
10. Men's Camel Overcoat by New Look
- Every few years or so, camel coats come back in a big way. And you can see why—they're sophisticated and wearable absolutely anywhere, any time, just like this one.
- Made with notch lapels and a back vent.
- Fastens with black buttons.
- Advertised as vegan: No. However, it's made with vegan materials.
- Pros: It's a smart look and a smart buy for everyday and semi-formal wear. There aren't many occasions that don't call for a classy camel coat.
- Cons: It's good for fall and mild winter days but probably not colder weather.