6 Coats Under R500

A winter coat is a style investment, you dig it out from the depths of your wardrobe as soon as the first cold breeze comes in and it’ll see you through until spring.

Practicality and style is a must, and even better if it’s cosy, warm and durable! But fashion with function doesn’t need to have a hefty price tag, and this year retailers have upped their game on affordable coats.

Check out our edit of coats under R500 to find great bargain buys:

Waterfall coat, R287, Next
Go full on trench – a style that never dates. This one-size is great for updating your winter wardrobe, and the cut is flattering on every shape.

coats under r500

Coatigan, R499, Vero Moda at Superbalist
The coatigan, a knit cardigan, is a great coat option and we really love this one for its modern print. Wear casually or dress it up with heels.

coats under r500

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Pink coat, R449, Ackermans
Pastel pink is this season’s most talked about shade and this pretty pink coat is ideal for injecting a splash of colour into your autumn wardrobe. The statement faux-fur collar makes it the ultimate statement piece and pairs perfectly with jeans or a dress.

coats under r500

Shearling coat, R459, Society 8 at Next
The shearling (a.k.a sheepskin) is all over this A/W. This one is incredibly easy to style due to its neutral tones. Simply throw on over your everyday outfit for an on-trend look.

coats under r500

Sleeveless trench, R189.99, Mr Price
The sleeveless coat is a must-have this season and this gorgeous burgundy one is amazing. Layer over a knit dress and pair with knee-high boots for maximum effect.

coats under r500

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Bomber coat, R499, Utopia at Zando
Every woman should own a statement coat and this long bomber is a true showstopper. The fitted top and flared bottom gives it a feminine edge, plus it’s ideal for an effortlessly chic day-to-night look!

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By Fashion editor, Nastassja Petersen

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