16 Best Maternity Coats for Winter

16 Maternity Coats and Jackets to Keep You Cozy and Cute This Winter

From puffers to parkas and more, we’ve rounded up the best maternity coats and jackets to keep you and your bump warm this winter.
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September 26, 2021
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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 style.

Is It Worth Buying a Maternity Coat?

There are a few things to think through when it comes to deciding whether you’ll need a maternity winter coat. First off, consider your local weather: How cold does it get in your area, and will you actually need something warmer in your maternity wardrobe? If you’re expecting frigid temperatures, you might need a super-warm puffer, but if winters are mild in your neck of the woods, consider a lightweight maternity coat, like a denim or utility jacket to keep the brisk breeze at bay. Don’t forget to try on what’s already in your closet—you might just discover that an oversized coat or one with side zippers will still accommodate your baby bump, especially if you’ll be in your second trimester during the cold months. If not, a maternity winter jacket is truly a smart investment—you really don’t want to be cold all season long. Hesitant to spend the money? Good news: There’s such a thing as 3-in-1 maternity coats, which can be used during pregnancy, to cover baby when you’re wearing them in a carrier and even as a regular jacket—talk about getting serious bang for your buck! Find your favorite style by browsing our best maternity winter coat picks below.

Image: Courtesy Seraphine

Maternity Parka

One of the best maternity winter coats you can own, this parka is built to keep out the wind, rain, snow and whatever else Mother Nature throws at you. It has a cozy faux-fur lining, comes in three versatile colors and features drawstrings at the waist—perfect for hugging the garment to your cute, ever-growing bump. Extra expandable zippers mean you can wear this stylish number throughout your entire pregnancy.

Buy it: Seraphine Maternity Parka, $249, Seraphine.com

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Down Maternity Coat

This maternity coat, made with down fill and feathers, will have your back (and your bump!) on even the most frigid of days. With its oversized faux-fur hood and longer length, it’ll be the warmest maternity coat you own. There’s an extender panel to suit your changing figure and a nursing-friendly panel that zips in once baby arrives. Bonus: It comes in three flattering colors!

Buy it: Modern Eternity Convertible Down 3-in-1 Maternity Jacket, $395, Nordstrom.com

Image: Courtesy Yours Clothing

Plus-Size Maternity Coat

Searching for plus-size maternity winter coats? Yours Clothing has a great selection in sizes 10 to 28. Made from a durable woven fabric, this forest green puffer jacket is a stylish choice for curvaceous moms-to-be. The coat has a roomy hood with a faux-fur trim, deep pockets and side-zip inserts to accommodate your growing bump. Plus, it’s nicely priced!

Buy it: BUMP IT UP Maternity Green Side Zips Puffer Coat, $70, YoursClothing.com

Image: Courtesy Seraphine

Wool Maternity Coat

This classic wrap coat will keep you looking polished and feeling cozy, thanks to the elegant camel color and its fully lined, 100 percent wool material. It secures closed with concealed snaps, and has 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 after your third trimester.

Buy it: Seraphine Wool Camel Maternity Coat, $305, Seraphine.com

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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 a country walk. The quilted fabric adds a luxe touch; plus, the designers thoughtfully included side zippers so you can let it out a full eight inches as your bump grows. Once baby arrives, zip up the sides for a cozy postpartum fit.

Buy it: Ingrid & Isabel Grow With You Puffer Jacket, $148, IngridandIsabel.com

Image: Courtesy Kimi and Kai

Maternity Duffle Coat

Need a slightly dressier style? A black buttoned duffle coat is just the thing. This classic A-line option is made from a wool blend and comes with a face-framing, removable hood. It’s lightweight but will still keep you warm and comfy, especially if your local winters are mild.

Buy it: Kimi and Kai Paisley Wool Blend Maternity Duffle Coat, $248, Nordstrom.com

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Fleece Maternity Coat

This super-cozy maternity winter jacket takes comfort and style up a notch with its faux shearling fabric, generous fit and oversized hood. Two snap openings allow for maximum room as you grow and long, ribbed cuffs give it a more polished feel.

Buy it: HATCH Collection The Coco Coat, $378, ShopBop.com

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Patterned Maternity Coat

Who said a maternity winter jacket had to be boring? This leopard-print number is made of padded material with a belt that ties at the waist, so it’s equal parts cozy and on trend. Designed to fit from pregnancy to the postpartum stage, this coat has a hood, zip and snap fasteners to keep you wrapped up whatever the weather. It’ll look super stylish with all of your outfits—not to mention it’ll glam up your go-to leggings or sweats.

Buy it: Pieces Maternity Padded Coat with Belted Waist in Leopard, $108, ASOS.com

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Draped Front Maternity Coat

How cute is this teddy-style maternity winter coat by BB Dakota? The super-flattering drape cut looks equally stylish left open or worn closed. Plus, the rich brown color is right on trend for fall and winter. Pair this huggably soft pick with jeans and a tee for a chic day look.

Buy it: BB Dakota Draped Front Maternity Coat, $159, PeainthePod.com

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Maternity Tweed Blazer

Exude casual elegance in an oversized blazer. This classic salt-and-pepper jacket from Old Navy is made of a warm, textured fabric meant to look and feel like tweed (at a great price!) and will have you looking pulled-together in an instant. Although it’s not ideal for colder climates, this blazer is a great layering piece for fall. Bonus: This pick is available in sizes XS to 4X.

Buy it: Old Navy Oversized Plaid Soft-Brushed Tweed Blazer for Women, $70, OldNavy.com

Image: Courtesy Seraphine

Waterproof Maternity Coat

Introducing the six-in-one maternity winter coat by Seraphine. Yes that’s right, six styles in one! This sporty jacket has a waterproof shell and a detachable fleece lining—plus, a zippered kangaroo pouch for babywearing. Each element can be worn together or separately, depending on your needs and stage of pregnancy. Better yet, the outer coat has a peaked hood, an adjustable drawstring hem and reflective details to keep you safe on dark winter nights.

Buy it: Seraphine 6-in-1 Multi-Climate Coat, $215, Seraphine.com

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Affordable Maternity Parka

This streamlined maternity coat is a more affordable option for expectant moms. The light khaki color, oversized pockets, relaxed fit, borg lining and drawstring waist make this one of the most fashion-forward maternity winter coats out there.

Buy it: ASOS DESIGN Maternity Waterfall Parka Coat in Khaki, $93, ASOS.com

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Maternity Sherpa Jacket

If comfort is your number one priority, you’ll adore this cuddle worthy coat from GAP. The wrap-style jacket has a large hood and a button closure to keep you bundled up against the elements. The best part? This pick is made from 100 percent recycled polyester, so it’s eco-friendly to boot.

Buy it: GAP Maternity 100% Recycled Polyester Sherpa Jacket, $98, GAP.com

Image: Courtesy Momo Maternity

Maternity Swing Coat

This wool maternity coat features a sleek pleated swing silhouette design that will grow with you throughout your pregnancy. The high-button collar keeps you protected from the cold and can be worn open or closed. Better yet, this pick will work with all your outfits—especially your cute winter dresses—and can be worn post-pregnancy too. Bonus: There are plenty of pockets!

Buy it: Momo Maternity Jessie Wool Pleated Swing Maternity Coat, $170, Amazon.com

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Maternity Dress Coat

When you have a more formal event to attend, this dressy maternity coat will be your new go-to. It’s made with a luxurious, woven bouclé fabric flecked with black, blue, gold and cream to introduce subtle sparkle to any day or evening look. The design is meant for after pregnancy too, making the price of this high-end maternity coat well worth it.

Buy it: Tiffany Rose Maternity Verity Collarless Button-Front Boucle Coat, $510, NeimanMarcus.com

Image: Courtesy Canada Goose

Maternity Coat Extender

Canada Goose is the outerwear brand of choice for people living in colder climates—and with good reason. Yes, it’s expensive, but each high-quality garment is designed to withstand extreme weather conditions and everyday wear-and-tear. Although this brand doesn’t make maternity coats, they do offer extension panels that can be worn during pregnancy and with a baby carrier. The rib knit panel zips into select parkas including the Trillium and Shelburne.

Buy it: Canada Goose Bump Extension Panel, $195, CanadaGoos.com

Plus, more from The Bump:

Ways to Survive a Winter Pregnancy

Fabulous Maternity Dresses for Fall and Winter

Stylish Maternity Shoes to Carry You Through Pregnancy

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