$169, by Zara, at Zara.com
You don't see peacoat parkas too often, and this Zara number is perfectly fit to wear over a suit. The double collar brings a touch of timeless class to the look, and the knit polyester material will keep you dry.
$398, by J.Crew, at Jcrew.com
This J.Crew coat based its design on a vintage military parka found in a Midwest thrift store. An ideal choice if you like a more classic style, but still crave that extra pinch of comfort from the sherpa-lined hood.
$975, by Woolrich, at MrPorter.com
Woolrich digs into its own heritage to deliver an Arctic-smart jacket carried on from a '70s design. Contrasting buttons lend character to the zip-enclosure, large front pockets, and coyote trim hood.
$720, by A.P.C., at APC.fr
A.P.C.'s coated gabardine parka is the most versatile: The sheepskin collar can be kept down, popped up, or removed completely. The 100% polyester fill is great for those allergic to down. Sure to bring you a lot of warmth — and compliments.
$890, by Mackage, at Ssense.com
A parka made for fashion-fiends, in quilted polyester and slick leather sleeves, to pull off the all-black look effortlessly. The wired fur trim hood keeps the coat cozy and practical, too.