With the British weather as unpredictable as ever, summer coats are our fashion saviour. From trenchs to macs and parkas to cocoon coats – we’ve got all the must-have coat styles covered. Check out our round-up of the 50 best to buy now….
If you’re after a coat to really make a statement, this one from Simply Be is certanly worth a look. Pair with a red lip for an extra glam look.
Florals are here to stay, and what better way to celebrate this good news than with this beautiful botanical printed coat.
Think pink and pick up this pretty blazer-style coat. Keep the rest of your look simple and pair with some black oversized sunnies and heels for an all-out glam look.
If you’re looking for a bold coat, look no further as this is it. And its a bargain, too.
We love florals, and we love big, bold florals even more. So it’s safe to say, yep, we love this coat. And it’s a total bargain. What’s not to love?
Kimono coats have been seen everywhere this summer, so we think this floral style should be seen in your wardrobe, too. A great choice if you’re after something a little bit lighter.
H&M are really up there when it comes to creating desirable coats with bargain price tags to match, and this one is our fave. The longer length is so flattering, the light shade is great for summer, and we reckon this amazing trench should be worn for anything from work, to weekend and even wedding’s.
Aztec seems to be sticking around, which is quite a relief as we have invested heavily in this striking print. So you can imagine our delight to see this longline number from New Look. It’s bold pattern and relaxed shape make this a winner for the weekend.
We love nothing more than finding a designer looking coat with a high-street price tag, and this one is just that. Snap.It.Up.
We have said it before and we will say it again, orange is not something to be scared of. And in a duster shape? What’s not to love? Keep the rest of your look simple and team with some navy cropped trousers and a grey marl jumper to complete your look.
Duster coats are making something of a comeback, and Topshop have dutifully picked up on this and created this beautiful pastel number. Keep it smart and team with a grey pencil dress for the office, or roll up the sleeves and team with a denim skirt and sweater combo for the weekenend.
A cocoon coat not only looks super-chic, but this style can work for almost any occasion. We think the pastel pink hue is pretty chic, too.
This mac is a modern take on the ever-faithful classic, and we love it. The silver button detail and light hue will prove just as timeless, too.
If you’re heading off to a festival or camping holiday this summer, this foldaway parker should be the first thing you pack. The print is lovely and feminine while the hood will keep you warm and dry all day.
This one is aptly named the Ultimate parka, and we couldn’t agree more. With equal measures of cool and practical, this navy number should be snapped up, pronto.
This coat is a little bit of all white… sorry, we had to. But we really are loving the crisp white lines of this summer number, ideal for smarter occasions or even the office.
If you’re after something a little bit warmer, why not opt for this bue collar coat from Reiss? It’s a little more than we’d usually spend on a coat, but the luxe feeling fabric and timeless design will be worth every penny.
There is quite literally nothing we don’t love about this jacket, and we think it’s a great choice for a dressy look. Just add some black skinny jeans, some pointed courts and a white blouse to complete your look.
This bargain buy from Zara is so chic, it reminds us of something from Burberry. The waist belt, buttons and double-breasted detail pretty much tick all the right boxes when it comes to picking the perfect trench.
We can’t ignore the mega trend that is, monochrome. And this trend even extends to our outerwear. This colour-block style from River Island is one of our fave’s, and we think would make a winning work wear choice.
This blue floral number is a real all-rounder. It will instantly brighten up your wardrobe, it won’t blow the budget and we reckon will be just as great next summer as it is now…
As occasion coats in summer go, this one is a bit of a hero. The lace detail adds that little something extra, and the pastel hue will be a great way to brighten up the simplest of dresses in an instant.
This sunny yellow style is guaranteed to cheer up your wardrobe. Pair with a breton tee and some distressed denim to complete your look.
An unlikely pattern for a coat, this marble print really caught our eye when hunting for the best summer styles. And we think it will do the exact same thing when it’s on, too.
Is it a dress? Is it a jacket? Well, it’s a bit of both really, and that’s why we love it. Worn loosely over a white tee and jeans combo will make for a super-stylish off-duty look in an instant.
We fell head over heels in love with this pink mac, and reckon it looks far more than it’s purse-friendly price tag. Pair with some super-size flares and a grey tee for a cool, off-duty look.
White, collarless, geo with a zip fastening? There is nothing we don’t love about this designer-looking coat.
Going for a crepe fabric will be a worthy investment for your wardrobe in the long run. If you look after it properly, it can be much more durable than most other fabrics. And has a lovely luxe quality that looks every bit deisgner. So we think this wrap-style is a wise chice.
Picking a trench can often be tricky and very limited colour-wise, so we we couldn’t help but love this pastel blue one, and we are really loving the chic lining, too.
If you’re after a little luxury, this is the one for you. Not only is the shape amazing and the bold colour beautiful, this double breasted coat is made with cashmere. Yep, we know, this one is a winner.
A waterfall style coat is ideal if you’re looking for something a little bit different, and we can’t help but love the animal print, too.
Cobalt is one of our all-time fave shades of blue, and this belted mac is a great way to wear it.
Printed macs are great for adding a splash of colour to your outfit, and this one is no different. The blue shade will prove timeless, and it is guaranteed to keep you warm and dry, too. Double bonus.
Checks, collars and pastel shades? Yep, this really is a must-have. And we’re planning to snap one up, asap.
You can never go wrong with navy, and this edge-to-edge style is our top pick. It’s super-lightweight scuba-style fabric will be so handy, will hardly crease and will be the perfec cover-up for chilly summer eve’s.
Pastels are really having a moment, and with that in mind, we think this sunny coat will be a worthy investment.
This is a classic with a difference. The light trench design has an unexpected twist of a chic printed belt and lining. So what this really means is, your coat will look just as good on the hanger as it will on you.
An absolute classic, this belted trench will go a long way in your wardrobe. And we reckon you’ll be wearing this one for many years to come…
A parka with a difference, this slouchy-style from M&S would look amazing paired with a breton top and some blue wash jeans and plimsolls, for an off-duty weekend look in an instant.
There is nothing subtle about this throw-on coat, so we think it’s a must-have, obviously. Just add jeans, a tee and some pointed flats to complete your look.
Picking a summer coat thats both smart, stylish and warm can often be tricky, and this one really does do it all. And, we think will work for months to come.
You may be unsure about a denim coat, but this one is so subtle, you wouldn’t even notice if it weren’t for the textured fabric. A great alternative to the ever-classic style.
Coral is a great choice if you’re looking for a coat to take away on a city break or holiday. And works just as well for the office, too. A great way to brighten up your workwear.
Less is definitely more when it comes to this long-line, white blazer style coat. It’s so smart that almost anything would be suitable for the office worn under this number, and we think it would look just as amazing with some ankle boots, denim cut-offs and a crop top for the weekend.
Always a winner for covering up in summmer, the parka will always remain a front-runner. And this one is so light-weight, we think this should be snapped up for those lucky enough to be hitting the festivals.
If you’re after a trench with a twist, this might be just the one for you. Gone are the waist belt, buttons and super-thick fabric, and what we are left with is something all the more lightweight and minimal. Yes, please.
Black is often our last choice when it comes to summer coats, but this one proves us all wrong. The jacquard fabric is both light and stylish, while the cropped sleeve length and collar-less design is ideal for keeping warm. Just add some denim cut-offs, a white tee and a red lip.
We hadn’t seen a white parka before, so we were all the more excited to see this one. Snap it up fast before it’s too late.
You can never go wrong witha stripe. And a stripe parka? Yep, this really is a winner.
This black suede fringed number might not fall directly into the coats category, but we just couldn’t leave it out and think its a bit of a find. The suede material will be a warm option on chilly summer eve’s, but the short length would be too cold for winter, so we reckon this is a great buy for right now. You’re welcome.