Most Popular Women’s Coats For Winter 2019

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As the frost begins to settle on the windows, and the last leaves of fall hit the ground, it’s time to prepare for the cold months of winter. Bundling up and staying in is recommended on those lazy Sundays, but when you’re on the go you want to stay warm. Finding the perfect winter jacket to fit your style and needs can be a difficult task. For those who need inspiration, we’ve compiled a list of our most popular women’s coats to get you through the snowy season.

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Canada Goose Trillium Parka

The Trillium Parka combines heavy-duty winter warmth with classic parka stylings. It lets you comfortably trudging through snowbanks in subzero temperatures thanks to the 625 fill power white duck down. The hood, as well as the coyote fur trim, are both removable for versatility. The DWR finish ensures that you stay dry all winter long. With the Trillium you won’t have to compromise comfort for style when the temperature drops.


Quartz Co. Fogo Coyote Fur Down Parka

The elegance of the semi-slim fit Fogo Coyote Fur Down Parka is matched only by its winter warmth. The versatile feminine cut compliments a number of looks – from dressy tights and knee-high boots to basic denim and snow boots. 650 fill Canadian White Duck down insulation provides exceptional warmth so you can enjoy winter in comfort. It can resist winter temperatures as low as -40°C and combines with the durable water repellent finish to ensure the elements can’t get to you. The Fogo is made in Canada, so it knows how to take on those harsh Canadian winters.


Fjällräven Nuuk Parka

When winter winds are at their harshest, a warm winter coat like the Nuuk Parka is exactly what you need. Designed for Sweden’s winters, the Nuuk Parka is equipped with a fleece-lined hood and a drawcord at the waist to keep the winter winds at bay. If you’re the type that likes having plenty of storage, the Nuuk has more than enough to keep you satisfied with 8 exterior pockets and 7 interior pockets. For those looking for a winter coat that can take on any conditions, the Nuuk parka is a perfect choice. 


Canada Goose Mystique Parka

Say goodbye to bulky, oversized winter parkas and hello to the sleek look of the Mystique Parka. Insulated with 625 Fill Power White Duck Down and holding a TEI-5 rating, the Mystique has all you need to keep warm on the coldest winter commutes. With coverage below the knee, you can bundle up on the go, for comfort wherever your winter commute takes you. The coyote fur-trimmed hood is also removable for a look that’s as elegant as you are.  


Mackage Elodie-R Wool Coat

Bring a bit of elegance to your winter wardrobe with the Elodie-R Wool Coat. This double-breasted trench coat has all the softness of cashmere with the warmth of wool, for a look and feel that is unique. It may not be practical for trekking across the city in sub-zero temperatures, but it will give you a chic, slender silhouette for a night at the opera, or an evening of cocktails with the ladies.


Vallier Mile-Ex Down Parka

Designed in Montreal and made for Canadian winters, the women’s Mile-Ex Down Parka by Vallier is a newcomer to this list but is sure to be an instant classic. This parka features 850 fill power white goose down, which is RDS Certified, meaning the feathers can be traced to their ethical source. It also has a muted Pertex Shield exterior fabric so that it blocks harsh winds and falling snow – essential for mid-winter commutes. Vallier is a NEW Montreal-based brand designing high-end everyday essentials. With this sleek and stylish parka, you’ll have a winter jacket for years to come.


Quartz Co. Kimberly Raccoon Fur Down Parka

Insulated with 650 White Duck Down, the Kimberly Raccoon Fur Down Parka is another stylish favourite that’s sure to turn heads this winter. The relaxed fit makes layering easy when the temperature drops to arctic conditions, although the jacket is capable of taking on temperatures as low -24°C on its own. The detachable raccoon fur-trimmed hood is great for bundling up in when the winter winds start to pick up.


Canada Goose Rossclair Parka Black Label

Canada Goose has taken one of their most popular women’s coats, the classic Rossclair Parka, and re-designed it for their Black Label collection. They’ve used the same 625 Fill Power White Duck Down to ensure warmth in temperatures as low as -20°C. The durable Arctic Tech shell features a water repellent finish for protection against winter’s worst tantrums. Essentially it’s the same as the original Rossclair Parka, but Canada Goose logo has replaced their white and red patch on the arm with a muted black and grey one for a sleek look that gets the job done.


Arc’teryx Mistaya Coat

The Mistaya is made using GORE-TEX, the toughest membrane on the market that makes any garment weatherproof. Combine that with a sleek silhouette and streamlined design, and you have a sleek women’s jacket that’s ready to take on the elements in style. It features articulated patterning for unrestricted movement and several other features that make Arc’teryx the leaders in technical outerwear.


There you have it!

Our most popular women’s coats are sure to keep you warm and stylish for the Winter 2019 season. Make sure you’re prepared when winter rolls around and remember: style doesn’t have to be compromised for warmth.

If you haven’t managed to find the style you’re looking for we have plenty of down jackets, coats, and parkas ready to be shopped on our website.

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There is 6 thoughts on this article titled “Most Popular Women’s Coats For Winter 2019”.

  1. I’m disappointed to see you don’t have vegan cruelty free options! I would never wear a Canada Goose product. Ever. There are many beautiful Canadian made down and fur-free ethical coats made in Canada…

    1. Hello Sylvie, thanks for your comment. This year actually marks the second edition of our collaboration with Quartz Co. and Monark® and the production of the first ever milkweed insulated winter parka. This season we have two models for women and two models for men, and if you scroll to the bottom of this article you will see the Laurentia which is one of this year’s models. To learn more about this collaboration, feel free to check out the article on our collaboration.

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