Where to Buy a Puffer Coat in Hoboken + Jersey City

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Winter fashion, especially outerwear, is a great equalizer in terms of style. The most cutting-edge outfit won’t matter when the wearer is bundled up, and even the most shapely figures tend to disappear amongst the layers. Luckily, the puffer coat is a stylish solution. These lightweight, ultra-cozy coats have been around since the 1930s and get updated every season to reflect trends in color, cut, and details. Locals can bundle up in puffer coats and jackets sold by several boutiques and shops around town. Read on for a compiled list of where to buy puffer coats in Hoboken and Jersey City. 

Brooke + Bel | 60 4th Street, Hoboken

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Customers can be sure to snag a warm, cozy, and stylish coat or jacket at Brooke + Bel in Hoboken. The boutique sells a variety of brands including this vegan leather number. There are also several cute faux shearling coats available in different colors including pink and black. 

Clearport | 759 Bergen Avenue, Jersey City

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This shop has all of the on-trend street styles for women, men, and kids. It’s definitely worth the trek if you live in Hoboken. Currently in stock is a heavy-duty black cargo nylon puffer. Shop online or in-store.

Dor L’ Dor | 413 Washington Street, Hoboken

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Dor L’ Dor currently offers cute and affordable puffer coat options in-store and on the website. Everything the shops stocks flies off of the shelves, so be sure to stop in ASAP to see what’s available.

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Vintage on First | 257 1st Street, Hoboken

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Look cool and different with Vintage On First’s selection of the 80s and 90s style puffer coats and jackets, which are sure to be one-of-a-kind. There’s nothing like a fun vintage find, especially one that is cozy and timeless. 

Once this season’s new puffer is ready to go, give the old one a second chance at life by donating it to Xtina’s Variety and Vintage Shop located at 77 Cornelison Ave., Jersey City. Owner Christina Moore hosts a coat drive each year, where the coats are donated to a local warming center. Keep an eye on the store’s Facebook and Instagram to learn more.

A few more honorable mentions (which may have puffer coats available as the season progresses!):

AxD puffer coat

Last year’s puffer from a x d (featuring our girl Alexandra Lakhman!)

a x d

alba boutique

Margo Market

ONE/SOL

And worth a mention, if you’re in a pinch:

Anthropologie | 412 Washington Street, Hoboken

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While yes, not a local spot through and through — Anthropologie’s outerwear selection deserves a mention. It has everything from solid color, basic-cut puffers to floral prints and long-line vests during the winter season. The color selection is a welcome break from the typical black and grey outerwear landscape, with many greens, purples, browns, and tans on offer. The size range at Anthropologie includes petite and plus sizes, and the store offers online ordering with curbside pickup.  

Athleta | 316 Washington Street, Hoboken

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Athleta’s collection of outerwear is sure to keep the wearer toasty for hours. The shop offers a variety of down and insulated puffers, jackets, and vests in several colors for all types of weather. Athleta offers extended sizing including petite and plus sizes, and online ordering with curbside pickup.  

Read More: A Guide to the Unique Boutiques in Hoboken + Jersey City

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Alexis moved to Hoboken after she graduated college in 2015 and fell in love with the area right away. She currently lives in Jersey City with her boyfriend, Ewan, and works in New York City as a fashion buyer by day and an aspiring entrepreneur by night. In her spare time, when she is not exploring the new, trendy spots around town, you will find her working out at one of her favorite local classes, singing along to the soundtrack of Wicked, or creating macrame wall art and home decor that she sells on Etsy.


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