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It's Cold! Here are 10 Stores in D.C. for Winter Coat Shopping

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It's hard to get excited about impending freezing temperatures and less daylight, but hey, maybe a brand new winter coat will ease the pain. We rounded up 10 ideas for outerwear shopping in the Washington area, after the jump.


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Proper Topper

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Find capes, funky orange coats, and burgundy moto jackets at Proper Topper in Dupont Circle. [Photo]

Patagonia

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Located in a charming spot on the canal in Georgetown, Patagonia is famed for its heavy-duty, down-insulated parkas and pullovers — appropriate for cold-weather mountaineering, or just waiting for a Metro bus in January. [Photo]
Pricey but beautiful coats for work and play can be found at Cusp in Georgetown. [Photo]

Scotch & Soda

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Scotch & Soda's outerwear starts at $200 and above, and covers every trend out there. Leather sleeves, military inspired, studs, it's all at their shop in Georgetown. [Photo]

Billy Reid

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A leather jacket or peacoat at Billy Reid's newish Georgetown store will set you back, but it's a definite wardrobe classic. [Photo]

The North Face

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For really, really warm outerwear, try North Face's oversize store in Georgetown [Photo]
Shoppers flock to Zara for trendy, yet tasteful coats that won't break the bank. [Photo]

Nordstrom

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In addition to the usual selection of designer coats at Nordstrom, the Pentagon City's new Topshop section includes outerwear in the $200 and under range. [Photo: Adele Chapin]

Zoe Boutique

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The coats at Zoe Boutique in Alexandria definitely aren't boring basics: think a Contrian trench coat with a cape back, and a pink and brown herringbone peacoat by designer Beth Bowley. [Photo]

J.Crew Factory

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Prices for classic, simple outerwear at the J. Crew factory outlet at Potomac Mills hover in the $100 to $160 range. [Photo]

Proper Topper

Find capes, funky orange coats, and burgundy moto jackets at Proper Topper in Dupont Circle. [Photo]

Patagonia

Located in a charming spot on the canal in Georgetown, Patagonia is famed for its heavy-duty, down-insulated parkas and pullovers — appropriate for cold-weather mountaineering, or just waiting for a Metro bus in January. [Photo]

Cusp

Pricey but beautiful coats for work and play can be found at Cusp in Georgetown. [Photo]

Scotch & Soda

Scotch & Soda's outerwear starts at $200 and above, and covers every trend out there. Leather sleeves, military inspired, studs, it's all at their shop in Georgetown. [Photo]

Billy Reid

A leather jacket or peacoat at Billy Reid's newish Georgetown store will set you back, but it's a definite wardrobe classic. [Photo]

The North Face

For really, really warm outerwear, try North Face's oversize store in Georgetown [Photo]

Zara

Shoppers flock to Zara for trendy, yet tasteful coats that won't break the bank. [Photo]

Nordstrom

In addition to the usual selection of designer coats at Nordstrom, the Pentagon City's new Topshop section includes outerwear in the $200 and under range. [Photo: Adele Chapin]

Zoe Boutique

The coats at Zoe Boutique in Alexandria definitely aren't boring basics: think a Contrian trench coat with a cape back, and a pink and brown herringbone peacoat by designer Beth Bowley. [Photo]

J.Crew Factory

Prices for classic, simple outerwear at the J. Crew factory outlet at Potomac Mills hover in the $100 to $160 range. [Photo]