Fall Fashion: 5 Italian-Made Coats Perfect for a New Yorker's Autumn Wardrobe

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Fall Fashion: 5 Italian-Made Coats Perfect for a New Yorker's Autumn Wardrobe

With fall here, it's time to start prepping our wardrobes for the coming chill with some great coats. Luckily, New York is expecting a bit of a mild autumn this year, which means our picks for Italian coats and jackets can perhaps be a bit more flexible. We're excited to share what we've found that'll perfectly fit the latest trends of the city.

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Fendi

With a playful and colorful design, this Fendi ready-to-wear bomber jacket is a great addition to a fall wardrobe. With just the right balance between casual and edgy, one of our favorite things about it is that it can be paired with practically any bottom, while still totally making a statement, rendering it a difficult piece to pass up. (Available at FarFetch.com; $3,958)

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Emporio Armani

This viscose cotton faux-fur coat by Armani has a very classy look with just right amount of fashion-forward spirit thanks to the material. And there's ample reason why this style is a classic, considering its flattering cut and multi-functionality. Add that to an Italian eye for fabric choice and you have a winning combination worth wearing through the end of winter. (Available at LuisaViaRoma.com; $1,625)

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Dondup

A relative newcomer in the world of Italian fashion, Dondup is quickly making waves with inventive, bold designs and some killer eye-catching cuts. This fairly simple coat from the design house has us loving the slightly nautical design of the rope and fasteners across the front. Yet another example of how a fairly standard-looking jacket can be transformed by the smallest of elements. (Available at Yoox.com; $549)

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Versace

Guys, if you don't have a short jacket to don come autumn, we highly recommend this black leather and crystal-studded hoodie from Versace. On the back is a tonal leather signature logo along with just enough pop on the zipper to keep it visually interesting and make this a killer casual jacket worthy of a spot in your closet. (Available at Ssense.com; $1,525)

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Etro

For some seriously hip flare, we look to the Etro oversized paisley wool felt coat. We can't even remember the last time we saw a trench this trendy. Still, the stylish overcoat design with the bold paisley pattern is probably not for the fashion-timid. We love the idea of getting away from grays or blacks and making sure your wardrobe has a bit of statement-making brown for autumn. (Available at LuisaViaRoma.com; $2,470)

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