Trendy fall coats under $50

Lucky Magazine
Fur collar poncho

(Courtesy of tulle4us.com)

Your coat might be the workhorse of your fall and winter wardrobe, but that doesn't mean you should bust your entire seasonal budget on a costly topper.

Try one of the following 20 instead—from a plaid cape to a slick coated trench to a collegiate-cool peacoat, all of them are seriously stylish and under $50 each.




Who's game for a fox hunt?


Faux fur collar poncho, $50, tulle4us.com







Shepard lined denim jacket

(Courtesy of wetseal.com)










An ordinary denim jacket is likely too lightweight for the chill of fall—but that sherpa lining preps it for cooler climes.

Shepard lined denim jacket, $44.50, wetseal.com







Belted houndstooth trenchcoat

(Courtesy of wetseal.com)

The oversized buttons and digitized houndstooth make this one modern.

Belted houndstooth trenchcoat, $39.50, wetseal.com



(See also: Fall boots under $100)












Coated trench coat

(Courtesy of forever21.com)

The classic trench gets all waxy on us.

Coated trench coat, $39.90, forever21.com

















Varsity hooded jacket

(Courtesy of delias.com)

Be! Aggressive! (At least when it comes to layering up for fall.)

Varsity hooded jacket, $31.50, store.delias.com




















Belted Coat

(Courtesy of tulle4us.com)

A comfy, belted coat in a rich shade of eggplant.

Belted coat, $49, tulle4us.com


















Sweater sleeve nylon coat

(Courtesy of delias.com)

With those knitted sleeves, this one's half coat, half sweater. A coatter, if you will.

Sweater sleeve nylon coat, $47.50, store.delias.com

















Cargo coat

(Courtesy of tulle4us.com)

Tougher (and cooler) than your average trench, thanks to the military trimmings.

Cargo coat, $49, tulle4us.com
















Fleece lined motorcycle jacket

(Courtesy of charlotterusse.com)

The perma-cool moto jacket, updated with plush fleece.

Fleece lined motorcycle jacket, $26.99, charlotterusse.com
















Boyfriend camel coat

(Courtesy of tulle4us.com)

It ain't fall until the camel coat comes out.

Boyfriend coat, $49, tulle4us.com

















Cascade jacket

(Courtesy of alloy.com)

Rick Owens style at a fraction of the price.

Cascade jacket, $49.90, store.alloy.com

















Single breast coat

(Courtesy of tulle4us.com)

Cheerful in cherry red—no seasonal affective disorder for you!

Single breast coat, $49, tulle4us.com

















Faux fur cargo coat

(Courtesy of forever21.com)

A well-lined anorak is the very definition of cold-weather cool.

Faux fur cargo coat, $49.80, forever21.com

















Long db ruffle wool coat

(Courtesy of Rue21.com)

That ruffled bodice adds feminine flair to a classic black topper.

Long db ruffle wool coat, $39.99, rue21.com

















Houndstooth flare coat

(Courtesy of Forever21.com)

Houndstooth always looks right—even prettied up in purple.

Houndstooth fit & flare coat, $37.80, forever21.com

















Sweater sleeve nylon coat

(Courtesy of alloy.com)

This takes the guesswork out of layering.

Hooded PU jacket, $40, store.alloy.com

















Puff moto jacket

(Courtesy of delias.com)

How do you make a biker jacket even warmer? By quilting it, of course!

Puff-sleeve moto nylon coat, $47.50, store.delias.com















Timeless jacket

(Courtesy of forever21.com)

So Ali MacGraw in Love Story.

Timeless style jacket, $31.50, forever21.com



















Peter Pan collar peacoat

(Courtesy of delias.com)

The Peter Pan collar and Granny Smith color add interest to a classic peacoat.

Peter Pan collar peacoat, $47.50, store.delias.com
















Toggle button jacket

(Courtesy of Forever21.com)

Stay nice and warm in this hooded coat that's a real steal!

Toggle button jacket, $16, forever21.com
















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