Reformation Just Launched Coats, and I'm Officially Ready For Fall

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Wearing coats is pretty much the most exciting part of dressing for colder weather. When we learned that one of our favorite brands — Reformation — launched coats, we were smitten, and knew they would be on permanent rotation this season. If you're looking for that perfect new Fall coat, you have to see these chic options.

Middlebury Coat
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Middlebury Coat

This double-breasted Middlebury Coat ($328) is all I want to wear this Fall.

Freddie Coat
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Freddie Coat

The gray Freddie Coat ($248) is perfect for chillier temperatures.

Lazer Blazer
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Lazer Blazer

If you're looking for a lighter jacket, try this chic patterned Lazer Blazer ($248).

Barton Coat
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Barton Coat

You know that french-girl, camel coat you've always dreamed of? This is it. The Barton Coat ($288) comes with a belt so you can cinch it at the waist.

Templeton Coat
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Templeton Coat

You know the heart-eyes emoji? That's how we feel looking at this Templeton Coat ($288).

Freddie Coat
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Freddie Coat

Get in on the furry coat trend with this fun Freddie Coat ($248).

Templeton Coat
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Templeton Coat

Between the modern print and fun faux-fur details, we can't pick a favorite part of this Templeton Coat ($288).

Middlebury Coat
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Middlebury Coat

Fall means plaid, and it's easy to make a statement in this Middlebury Coat ($328).

Barton Coat
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Barton Coat

The black Barton Coat ($288) will go with everything, and your closet is practically begging for it.

Lucille Coat
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Lucille Coat

If you like a longer silhouette, this Lucille Coat ($348) will look so cute with a dress — and tights if it's colder.