The Most Stylish Puffer Coats for Winter

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Now that winter is approaching, the puffer coat game in Toronto is aplenty. I’ve seen puffer coats of all kind: bright colours, gold lamé, some fitted and tapered, some oversized.

Here are some of my favourite looks.

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The Super Puff – Aritzia

Okay, I may be a bit biased because I bought this one myself (in electric red!). I am so in love with this coat, that I was actually hoping it would get chilly so I could wear it (I know… blasphemy). Not only is it insanely warm, but it’s the perfect fit of a bit loose while also not making you look like a marshmallow. They come in a ton of fun colours and lengths. Also, what I really loved about this coat is that it is goose down, but ethically sourced. Plus, the price point isn’t bad, ranging from $250-$328. Compared to the cost of a Canada Goose jacket, it’s a great option. Can someone buy me like 10 of these?

 

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Weekender Puffer Jacket – Free People

The Lilac and Spice colour options for this jacket are amazing. I think the shorter style of puffer is quite stylish, and this one will keep you warm enough for a short coat.

 

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Budget Friendly

Uniqlo – Seamless Down Short Coat

Uniqlo is the best. If you want to stock up on all basic essentials for a great price, Uniqlo has everything. Their stuff is also in season, with on trend colours and styles. Their puffer coat is light, yet warm, and if you’re looking for a budget friendly option, this coat runs at $199.90. It comes in many beautiful colours. 

Any Puffer from Zara

Zara has a bunch of affordable puffer coat options for the winter. Most of them are priced under $200. 

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Terris Schneider
Terris Schneider is a writer from Vancouver, now based in Toronto. She is the Creative Team Lead for DINE Magazine and covers everything from food, fashion, music, travel, and lifestyle. Her published works have appeared in Discorder, Metro News, Stop Street Harassment, Pique Newsmagazine, The Post Feminist Post, Flannel Magazine, and Sophomore Magazine. Check out her column: Witch, Don't Kill My Vibe.