The 11 Best Maternity Coats of 2021

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Our Top Picks
Made for the transition from a growing bump to a forever coat, it features duck feather down lining and zip-away stretch panels.
Designed to fit from bump to baby, this option will keep you (and your belly) warm all winter long.
An iconic jacket that goes with anything, on its own or as a layering staple, it makes for a stylish pregnancy announcement.
The structure of a peacoat is combined with the comfort of a sweatshirt in this option, complete with a removable belt.
Ideal for cold climates, its snap fasteners help lock in the double layer of heat while the faux fur-lined pockets seal the deal.
Get the comfort you need without sacrificing style in this pick, featuring show-stopping balloon sleeves and a belted waist.
Ideal for those who enjoy patterns, the removable belt helps define the waist while the spread collar adds warmth on chillier days.
An affordable and eco-friendly pick, the padded puffer has a collar that can be flipped up or down, depending on the weather.
Designed to accommodate a growing belly, its tie belt closure helps keep it closed, preventing the cold from getting in.
A pick that lasts through multiple pregnancies, it includes a detachable piece that gives you plenty of room before baby arrives.

For pregnancies in the chillier months, a maternity coat is usually a must-have. While some moms-to-be could get away with larger size non-maternity coats, a coat designed for maternity wear can be a worthwhile investment that allows you to be comfortable during and after pregnancy. Some are even made with panels to expand and baby-carrying options for when the newborn arrives.

Find the best maternity coat for your budget, style, and warmth needs.

Best Down Coat: Seraphine 3-in-1 Down Maternity Coat

This beautiful and well-made coat is a splurge-worthy innovation. Made for the transition from a growing bump, to baby-wearing, to a forever coat, the coat is pure luxury. Stuffed with duck feather down lining, the warm coat has a faux-fur lined collar with a hidden zip-away hood and faux-fur lined pockets to keep those hands warm. The empire waist-style detachable belt accentuates your pregnant figure while the discreet zip-away stretch panels allow the coat to grow with you.

Once your little one arrives, a kangaroo panel zips on at the front to snuggly fit over your baby carrier, perfect for chilly winter walks. Finally, the stretch and kangaroo panels can be removed, for a non-maternity style coat. Consider this an investment in warmth and style. 

Best Parka: ASOS Maternity Oversized Longline Parka

ASOS Maternity Oversized Longline Parka

For colder climates, this longline parka will keep you (and your belly) warm all winter long. With sizing from 2 to 16, the zip closure and cozy drawstring hood with a big faux-fur collar will keep out the cold air. Designed to fit from bump to baby, adjustable cuffs on the stone-colored coat make this a perfect parka for frigid temperatures.

Best Jean Jacket: Ingrid & Isabel Mama Denim Jacket

Ingrid & Isabel Mama Denim Jacket

Celebrate your mom status or use the coat as a stylish pregnancy announcement. An iconic jacket that goes with anything, on its own or as a layering staple. The jean jacket will fit through any stage of pregnancy and post-partum (although it may not button up the whole time). Two washes (dark and light) and five size options ensure there’s a jacket for anyone. Make it a pair with an adorable “BABE” jacket for your mini-me. Reviewers praise the high quality and perfect fit. 

Best Pea Coat: Motherhood Maternity French Terry Peacoat

The structure of a peacoat is combined with the comfort of a sweatshirt for a perfect, lightweight coat. Great as a layering piece in colder temperatures or ideal as a fall or spring coat, reviewers praise how comfortable and easy to wear this jacket is. The button closure layer is machine washable and comes with a removable belt that can be tied above the belly to help define your waist. 

Best (Faux) Fur Lined: Seraphine Eco-Down 3-in-1 Maternity Puffer

Seraphine Super-Warm Maternity Down Coat

Fight the cold weather with fashion! Crafted with a soft faux-fur lining, faux-fur trimmed hood, and luxury duck down padding, this is a stylish and warm choice. Reaching down to mid-thigh, the jacket boasts stretch panels at the front, making it easy to zip up over your bump. Snap fasteners close the coat over the stretchy panels, so you can lock in the double layer of heat. Faux fur-lined pockets seal the deal, keeping hands toasty warm. 

Best Dress Coat: ASOS Maternity Extreme Balloon Sleeve Trench Coat

ASOS Maternity trench coat

A pregnant belly doesn’t mean you can’t dress up! Top your look with a stylish trench featuring show-stopping balloon sleeves. The double-breasted style and belted waist help moms define their belly while the balloon sleeves add interest and draw the eye away from the belly. Made of 100% polyester, this coat is machine washable, so it’s easy to keep it looking as good as day one. 

Best Pattern: Old Navy Maternity Oversized Soft-Brushed Leopard-Print Tie-Belt Coat

Maternity Oversized Soft-Brushed Leopard-Print Tie-Belt Coat

A true statement piece, this leopard print patterned coat will keep you warm and looking great. With sizes from XS through XXL, the spread collar and notched lapel make this a stylish option that can be worn regularly. The removable tie belt helps define a waist and welt pockets keep hands toasty warm. Designed with a tie belt closure, this coat doesn’t have buttons, so buyers should feel comfortable just tying the coat with the belt. 

Best Puffer: H&M MAMA Padded Jacket

H&M MAMA Padded Jacket

Choose from two colors and sizes ranging from XS through XXL to stay warm without breaking the bank. The padded puffer has a shawl collar that can be flipped up or down, depending on the weather. Off-center concealed snap fasteners at the front keep the coat closed and a removable tie belt below the bust line adds some flair and shape. Made of recycled polyester, the wide side pockets will keep hands toasty warm. 

Best Wool: Gap Maternity Wool Blend Wrap Coat

Gap Maternity Wool Blend Wrap Coat

This stylish wrap coat is available in two iconic colors: bright “Red Hawk” or “Classic Camel.” Made of soft polyester and wool blend knit, this wrap coat is made to expand with a growing belly. The lapel collar looks polished and the tie belt closure at the waist keeps it tightly closed. Since this coat doesn't have any buttons or zippers, it is designed to be wrapped and tied to stay close.

Best Hooded: Modern Eternity 3-in-1 Maternity Puffer

Reviewers praise how long-lasting (hello second pregnancy) and warm this stylish and versatile coat is. Even Canadian reviewers say it provides warmth in the long, frigid winters. This cozy investment coat includes a detachable piece that zips in and expands, giving you plenty of extra room during pregnancy. Once the baby arrives, the piece can be flipped over to fit over your babe (and their front carrier) and then removed if wearing post-pregnancy. Complete your stylish entry with a flattering belt, front pockets, and a super warm faux fur hood. 

Best Raincoat: Modern Eternity 3-in-1 Maternity Raincoat

maternity raincoat

Don’t let a rainy day dampen your maternity style! Fully waterproof, this raincoat has a stylish cinched-waist silhouette. The extender panel can be zipped in to accommodate an expanding belly and once the baby arrives, use the panel as an easy, waterproof cover when you wear your baby in a front carrier. It’s so easy to simply zip out the panel and no one will ever know this versatile coat was ever a maternity rain jacket. Two shiny colors and a size range from XS through XL help every woman find the right fit. 

What to Look for When Buying a Maternity Coat


While a good maternity coat will go a long way, you want a coat that will last as long as possible. First and foremost, you want to purchase a maternity coat that will fit throughout your pregnancy and after birth during the fourth trimester. Some maternity clothes are already expensive, so finding a coat that will last you a long time ensures you’re saving money in the long run. 

When shopping for maternity clothes, you’ve probably heard it’s best to buy the size you currently wear or a size up. You don’t want to buy clothes that are too big because once you’ve given birth, they may not fit the same and could end up being baggy on you. Try your normal size first to see how it fits and once you’ve had baby, the coat will still end up working during the fourth trimester. 


Before purchasing a maternity coat, consider all seasons you will be pregnant in. This will help you decide on what type of coat to look for, whether it be a raincoat for the spring or a puffer for the winter. Picking the right type of coat for the season you’re shopping for will ensure you don’t overheat or stay too cold.

Look for a more lightweight coat for fall and spring seasons but a heavier coat during the winter months. For example, during spring, a raincoat would be your best option as they’re waterproof and versatile. For those cold months, coats with a heavier material, like polyester, will keep you warm the most. 


Just like other maternity clothing, maternity coats often feature an adjustable panel. It’s no secret your bump will grow as you near your second and third trimester, so staying comfortable is key. And the key to staying comfortable in a maternity coat is finding one that gives you breathing room with additional features, like an adjustable waistband. Some of these panels can even be removed, giving you the most bang for your buck.

You can create the size you need for your bump and not have to worry about your coat being too tight and uncomfortable. Check out wrap coats if you’re looking for coats that give you room to grow as those can be tied with a belt yet leave you fully covered when chilly.

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Maya Polton is a former marketing manager and current freelance writer who covers food, home, and parenting. She’s also the mom of a 10-year-old son, a 7-year-old son, and a 3-year-old daughter. With three spring babies, she wore all varieties of maternity coats, but none were as stylish as these choices.

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