14 Stylish Maternity Coats to Get You Through the Winter
Maternity jeans, ruched t-shirts, leggings and a little black dress are among the standard maternity wardrobe staples you’ve probably already stocked up on. But if you have a winter pregnancy, you’re also going to need a warm maternity coat to get you and your baby bump through the long season. As your regular jackets get a little too snug and the zippers seem out of reach, treat yourself to a maternity winter coat that’ll keep you toasty without sacrificing on style.
Maternity Puffer Coat
This is the workhorse maternity winter coat you’ve been looking for—warm but not heavy and wearable for everything from errands to an evening out. And it’s nicely priced! There’s a little faux-fur flair on the hood, and the designers thoughtfully included side zippers so you can let it out as your bump grows. Searching for a plus size maternity winter coat? This maternity coat comes in plus size options too.
Buy it: Quilted Puffer Maternity Coat, $90, Motherhood.com
Buy it: Plus Size Quilted Puffer Maternity Coat, $100, Motherhood.com
Belted Maternity Puffer Coat
You’re practically guaranteed to look chic in this belted maternity coat from Noppies. The high neck means no scarf needed—one less thing for your pregnant brain to worry about! Dual zippers down the front can be adjusted to keep it fitting throughout your pregnancy and beyond.
Buy it: Noppies Lara Quilted Maternity Coat, $235, Nordstrom.com
Long Maternity Pea Coat
Need a dressier option? A black, double-breasted maternity pea coat is just the thing. This maternity winter coat is fully lined and made from a wool blend, so it’ll keep you warm and comfy on those cold winter days.
Buy it: Black Long Maternity Peacoat, $165, Jojomamanbebe.com
Short Maternity Pea Coat
Stand out from the sea of black jackets this season with this gorgeous military-inspired maternity pea coat. The red accents and gold buttons add some flair, while the warm wool blend and adjustable waist tabs will help you soldier on through the winter.
Buy it: Kimi and Kai Nom ‘Pan’ Military Maternity Pea Coat, $228, Nordstrom.com
Fleece Maternity Coat
Maternity coats are a must-have wardrobe item for winter pregnancies, but investing in a coat you’ll only wear for a few months can be a bit of a bummer. This jacket was ingeniously designed to be worn during pregnancy and while babywearing once your little one is here. Zippered gussets expand to cover either your growing bump or your baby in a front carrier, and two front zippers allow baby to stick their arms out. Layer it under a top coat in bitter-cold weather.
Buy it: B&me Booker Maternity Coat, $148, Nordstrom.com
Maternity Trench Coat
This sharp belted number is fully lined, making it a maternity trench coat that can get you through your winter pregnancy and, if need be, early spring. It’s cute worn open or buttoned up, and there’s an adorable pleat detail in the back.
Buy it: ASOS Maternity Classic Trench, $87, Asos.com
Down Maternity Coat
This Momo maternity coat, made with down fill and feathers, will keep you toasty warm on even the most frigid of days. A drawstring at the waist helps you highlight your pregnant shape, and the toggle buttons add some decorative detail. The hood is removable, but when the snow is coming down, you’ll be glad you have it.
Buy it: Momo Maternity Marlo Hooded Toggle Down Parka Coat, $150, Amazon.com
This maternity winter coat is built to keep out the wind, rain, snow and whatever else the season throws at you. From its MAMA line, the H&M maternity coat has drawstrings at the waist—perfect for hugging the garment to your cute, ever-growing bump.
Buy it: MAMA Pile-Lined Parka, $70, hm.com
Wool Maternity Coat
A classic wrap maternity coat, our pick here will keep you looking polished and perfectly cozy, thanks to the fully lined, 100 percent wool fabric and elegant camel color. It secures closed with concealed snaps and a self-tie belt at the empire waist, highlighting your slimmest point. And thanks to the adjustable design, this maternity winter coat can be worn well past pregnancy!
Buy it: Seraphine Wool Camel Maternity Coat, $305, Seraphine.com
3-in-1 Maternity Coat
This convertible down maternity coat will get you through pregnancy and beyond, thanks to its clever design. Zip in an extender panel to accomodate your growing bump. Once baby is here, the nursing-friendly panel fits over your baby carrier, keeping you and your little one toasty. Ready to reclaim your normal winter wear? Zip out the panel and you have a standard (but still stand-out) winter coat.
Buy it: Modern Eternity Convertible Down 3-in-1 Jacket, $350, Nordstrom.com
Maternity Funnel-Neck Coat
Wear this medium-weight Old Navy maternity coat open or belted—you’ll look stylish either way. The funnel-neck cut lets you flip the collar up or down, depending on how hard the wind is blowing, and the price tag makes this one of the best cheap maternity coats around.
Buy it: Maternity Funnel-Neck Coat, $70, OldNavy.Gap.com
Maternity Wrap Coat
There’s such casual elegance in a belted wrap coat. This classic black wool-blend maternity coat from Gap will have you looking pulled-together in an instant. It’s also available in a wintry heather gray.
Buy it: Gap Maternity Wool-Blend Wrap Coat, $198, Gap.com
Maternity Duffle Coat
We’re loving this trendy duffle option from Kimi and Kai. It’ll keep you toasty warm, thanks to the wool-blend fabric and (detachable) face-framing hood, the A-line silhouette comfortably accommodates your growing bump and the toggle closures are oh-so-chic—basically, it’s everything you want in a maternity winter coat.
Buy it: Kimi and Kai ‘Paisley’ Maternity Duffle Coat, $228, Nordstrom.com
Maternity Dress Coat
When you have a more formal event to attend, this dressy maternity coat—worn by the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton herself—is your go-to. It’s made in a royal purple, luxe wool tweed shot through with silver thread and trimmed in black velvet. The design is meant for after pregnancy too, making the price of this high-end maternity coat more palatable.
Buy it: Marina Maternity Coat, $495, Seraphine.com
Updated October 2019
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