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Shopping for a winter coat in New York City can be as daunting as shopping for a bathing suit, particularly because both categories rely on one very important thing: a really good fit. Buy the wrong size, or something that doesn't properly cinch at the waist, and the results can be pretty awful.
Department stores like Barneys and Bloomingdale's are always safe bets, since there's usually a plethora of options to choose from—whether you're searching for a puffer for day or wool for night. And then there are the smaller shops, with selections that are a bit easier to navigate, like A.P.C., Steven Alan, and Mackage. We've included those and over a dozen other options in the map after the jump. Did we miss anything great? Leave it in the comments below.Read More