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<b>Moncler M by Mary Katrantzou</b> Fiest Blossom Jacket at <b>Riccardi</b>, <a href="http://riccardiboston.com/shop/womens/designers/moncler-m/">$1990</a>
Moncler M by Mary Katrantzou Fiest Blossom Jacket at Riccardi, $1990

Seek Out Peacoats, Fur, Vintage, and Tweed at These 10 Shops

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Moncler M by Mary Katrantzou Fiest Blossom Jacket at Riccardi, $1990

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Clocks have fallen back, radiators have been turned on, and even if fall officially began back in September, those nippy temperatures and necessary layers are in full effect this week. Your in-between-season jacket is no longer cutting it—time for the real deal. Wool, fur, leather, and down coats ensure surviving the brunt of winter in style, and if you stop in any of these ten stores, expect to find a curated selection containing everything from the original Navy peacoat (under $300) to super luxe ski-ready options (upwards of $1000).


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Sterlingwear

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On the other side of Boston Harbor lies the family-run Sterlingwear factory, maker of the official US Navy peacoat (for 40 years) and plenty of other coat styles for men, women, and children. The retail space here allows shoppers to peer into the factory where every item is made to the same military standards. Keep an eye out for their mobile shop at local marketplaces. Styles hover between $145 and $340 for adults, and under $100 for kids.

J. Press

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J. Press is home to a deep New England heritage, helping to define "Ivy League style" and outfit its proponents. Know that a meticulously tailored coat here will have you looking like JFK, stat, with many styles under $500. Plus, much of its collection is US made. Double patriotic and worth shelling out for.

North River Outfitter

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North River Outfitter is focused on all the building blocks of a Bostonian's wardrobe, and come winter, consider it your resource for Barbour, Dale of Norway, Helly Hansen, and Bogner. You'll transition easily from the street to the slopes.

Holiday Boutique

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Holiday's outerwear lineup follows the same routine as the rest of the store: prim, proper, and girly. Shop industry-loved labels here like Lauren Moffatt and Erin Fetherston.

Riccardi

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Play fashion stylist and scope out coats worthy of a Vogue spread at Riccardi, where outerwear is as exclusive as it gets. Find edgy moto-inspired Balmain, sculptural Comme de Garçons, and the Moncler collaboration with Mary Katrantzou. It will be hard to encounter an outfit twin in something from here.

The Tannery

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We'd argue that coats are the next best thing to footwear at this local luxury boutique, with wearable styles from Veda, Canada Goose, Moncler, and Mackage on the racks. From parkas to leather, The Tannery has it—just be willing to pay up for it.

LIT on Newbury

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LIT has the perfect selection from budget-savvy ladies who don't want to sacrifice the season's trends. Shop a variety of BB Dakota, Gentle Fawn, and Blank NYC—mostly under $200, with vegan leather options for cruelty-free proponents.

Crush Boutique

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Casual contemporary labels abound at Crush, and its outerwear selection doesn't disappoint. 525 America furs, Dolce Vita coats, and Olive and Oak vegan leather pieces are ready to satisfy any craving at a wallet-pleasing price point.

Bobby From Boston

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If the vintage look is your jam, why buy vintage-inspired when Bobby is ready to equip you with actual old-time leather, varsity, and tweed jackets? Stop into this SoWa treasure trove and hunt for that one-of-a-kind coat.

M. Miller Furs

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Mark Miller sits at the intersection of luxury apparel and performance skiwear, manufacturing his collection at a South End studio. M. Miller pieces might be pricey, but you can seek everything from techno-wool base layers to high-quality fur-trimmed down toppers.

Sterlingwear

On the other side of Boston Harbor lies the family-run Sterlingwear factory, maker of the official US Navy peacoat (for 40 years) and plenty of other coat styles for men, women, and children. The retail space here allows shoppers to peer into the factory where every item is made to the same military standards. Keep an eye out for their mobile shop at local marketplaces. Styles hover between $145 and $340 for adults, and under $100 for kids.

J. Press

J. Press is home to a deep New England heritage, helping to define "Ivy League style" and outfit its proponents. Know that a meticulously tailored coat here will have you looking like JFK, stat, with many styles under $500. Plus, much of its collection is US made. Double patriotic and worth shelling out for.

North River Outfitter

North River Outfitter is focused on all the building blocks of a Bostonian's wardrobe, and come winter, consider it your resource for Barbour, Dale of Norway, Helly Hansen, and Bogner. You'll transition easily from the street to the slopes.

Holiday Boutique

Holiday's outerwear lineup follows the same routine as the rest of the store: prim, proper, and girly. Shop industry-loved labels here like Lauren Moffatt and Erin Fetherston.

Riccardi

Play fashion stylist and scope out coats worthy of a Vogue spread at Riccardi, where outerwear is as exclusive as it gets. Find edgy moto-inspired Balmain, sculptural Comme de Garçons, and the Moncler collaboration with Mary Katrantzou. It will be hard to encounter an outfit twin in something from here.

The Tannery

We'd argue that coats are the next best thing to footwear at this local luxury boutique, with wearable styles from Veda, Canada Goose, Moncler, and Mackage on the racks. From parkas to leather, The Tannery has it—just be willing to pay up for it.

LIT on Newbury

LIT has the perfect selection from budget-savvy ladies who don't want to sacrifice the season's trends. Shop a variety of BB Dakota, Gentle Fawn, and Blank NYC—mostly under $200, with vegan leather options for cruelty-free proponents.

Crush Boutique

Casual contemporary labels abound at Crush, and its outerwear selection doesn't disappoint. 525 America furs, Dolce Vita coats, and Olive and Oak vegan leather pieces are ready to satisfy any craving at a wallet-pleasing price point.

Bobby From Boston

If the vintage look is your jam, why buy vintage-inspired when Bobby is ready to equip you with actual old-time leather, varsity, and tweed jackets? Stop into this SoWa treasure trove and hunt for that one-of-a-kind coat.

M. Miller Furs

Mark Miller sits at the intersection of luxury apparel and performance skiwear, manufacturing his collection at a South End studio. M. Miller pieces might be pricey, but you can seek everything from techno-wool base layers to high-quality fur-trimmed down toppers.