Get a Camel Coat Like Angelina's!

11/07/2007 at 01:00 PM ET

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Angelina Jolie showed she knows a thing or two about keeping warm and elegant in the crisp fall weather at her Beowulf premiere. The gorgeous mom walked the red carpet with Brad Pitt in tow, wearing a cool-weather classic, a camel hair coat. And while an investment piece like Angelina’s Escada version can set you back a few too many paychecks, we’ve rounded up the same chic look for less.

Get the same clean lines as Angelina’s, $159 at

Kenneth Cole Reaction military tab coat for just $168 — 40% off its retail price — at

Keep warm in this Larry Levine walking coat, $228 at

In the mood to splurge? Try this topper in genuine camel hair, $410 at

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anita on

angelina is very beautiful in this coat, but i think she needs smaller size

(LOVE- J ) on

I really like her coat.

Nat on

Ugg she wears such blahhh colors that realy do nothing to brighten her skin tone, she isn’t getting any younger I think something form fitting that lit up her face would be a lot nicer. Camel and beige colors are colors very few people look good in, they do not flatter the figure or the face they wash you out and look drab. I wish she would wear some more interesting colors once in a while, but at least it’s classy which cannot be said or the outfits of many female stars these days.

To those thinking about getting a coat like this make sure it is really well fitted especially at the waist and make sure you are one of the FEW women who can pull it off and that it doesn’t wash you out and make you look tired. Either way this look really isn’t a winner.

blady02 on

Pass, yuck!

Cheryl on

She looks stunning in this lovely coat. It think its perfect!

Mary on

Angelina’s coat is tad too large for her.

I own the Kenneth Cole coat (in black) listed above. It’s a pretty decent wool coat, and a good deal too.

lac on

Beautiful Coat. Beautiful Woman

alia on

Angelina is absolutely incredible….
Such an amazing and inspirational woman…

I recently saw a video on of Angelina jumping over a barrier at the premier to sign autographs and take pictures with her fans….

Now if THAT isn’t loyal, i don’t know what is :)
~I’m very proud to be her fan~

***Btw: I have a felling that coat is a tad big b/c she is hiding something ;)

regina on

may be, it’s a bit bigger, than supposed to be. I what to argue with Nat about the color.Angelina doesn’t need any other corors, just because she is so bright herself.

Madelyn on

Angelina is a lovely woman, and this coat looks so elegant on her, however I have to agree, she needs a smaller size.

The coat is simple and elegant {which I love}. I also love the camel color. The color is neutral and can be paired with any other color attire in your closet, plus if you want to brighten up, just wear a flash of color on your feet, like red peep-toe pumps.

Anonymous on

just because angelina is wearing a coat doesn’t mean everyone wants it, furthermore, it doesn’t mean it’s a nice coat. that coat looks awful, she looks like she’s playing dress up in andre the giant’s business coat. yuck.

nicole on

i thought angie looked beautiful at the premiere. but now looking back at the pix, i agree that she does need a smaller size. she still looks beautiful anyhow.

Samantha on

the coat is to long if it was shorter it would show off her legs more

Rachel on

i don’t lik the coat. it looks lik she shrunk while she wearing.

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