Best Buys Reviews & shopping 15 of the best warm winter coats As the temperatures drop, keep your tots cosy in these fab seasonal coats 1 of Ad break Winter warm coats for your totThe winter chill is starting to kick in so what better time to get cracking in buying your tots winter coats and jackets. With hundreds of different styles, colours, shapes and sizes to choose from, we have made it easier for you by selecting our pick of the best winter warmers around. Whether you tot suits tweed, dares to duffle, snuggles in wool or loves to rustle in a rain coat - we have it covered! Click through to see out pick of the best 15 winter coats to keep your babe warm. Dandy duffleThis warm and snuggly fleeced lined duffle coat comes with a cute-as-a-button toggle fastening and hood making sure your tot battles the cold temps and keeps cosy. Duffle coat, £15, from Bluezoo at Debenhams. Sizes: Available from ages 0-18 months. Rain rain go away!Perfect for the rainy days ahead, this vibrant red fireman's rain coat with matching umbrella is a fab addition to any dreary winter wardrobe. Red fireman's jacket and matching umbrella, £17, from Very. Sizes: From ages 4- 6 years. Tweed-le deeFor growing little girls who love to look pretty - this red and brown splattered tweed coatcwill brighten up any winter. Tweed Nora coat, £18, from French Connection Kids. Sizes: Available from ages 2 - 12 years. Continue slideshow > You're a star!Let your child shine like a star this winter in this fun and colour-packed coat. Star print jacket, £35, from Toby Tiger. Sizes: Available from 6 months - 6 years. Double whammyInvesting in a winter coat can be tricky, so if you want a guilt free spree and get the most for your money - this gem is eco-friendly plus it's reversible! Wear it in a grape hue or in bright white. Reversible jacket, £30, from Frugi. Sizes: Available from 0-24 months. Total bombshellA must-have for mini cool dudes! This little leatherette number is lined with a cosy layer of wool and is water-proof. Leatherette jacket, £22, from Marks and Spencer. Sizes: Available from ages 12 months - 7 years. Go dottyThis candy coloured, polda dot number is fab for girlie girls who love to keep busy in the winter. Polka dot jacket, £24, from John Lewis. Sizes: Available from ages 2 - 10 years. Continue slideshow > Mellow yellowWrap your babe in this vibrant coat, which has a nifty faux fur lined hood to keep the winter chills off their face. High shine yellow duffle coat, £18, from Mothercare. Sizes: Available from ages 0 - 3 years. Winter babyKeep your little baby warm this winter in this gorgeously soft, zip up coat with matching mittens. Faux fur baby coat, £24, from Mamas and Papas. Sizes: Available from newborn - 9 months. Caped cutieGive your tot an alternative to wrapping up warm with this adorable, military-style cape. Blue cape, £26, from Molly and Jack at Mini Mode. Sizes: Available from ages 6 months - 6 years. Bonnie bearThis shaggy cardi-coat is great for keeping little tot's ears warm! Pull up the hood and watch them transform into a cute (or grizzly) bear! Teddy bear jacket, £22, from Mini Boden. Sizes: Continue slideshow > Woolly wonderBattle the icy winds with this ultra cosy shearling cream coat. Cream Shearling coat, £18, from Tesco. Sizes: Available from 12 months - 7 years. Delightful denimThis playful denim number looks great and is nice and warm with its hooded sweater lining. Denim jacket lined with hoddie, £26, from Lottie Thomas. Sizes: Available from ages 3 - 6 years. Futuristic wrapLet you child stand out from the crowd in this super shiny, zip up bomber! Silver bomber, £19.99, from Adams. SizesL Available from 2 - 10 years. Rose tintedLook as pretty as a bed of roses in this pink hued. hooded number. Rose print coat, £26, from JoJoMaman Bebe. Sizes: Available from 6 months - 12 years. By Kyrsty Hazell Comments Latest on MadeForMums Little girl wakes her parents up in the *creepiest* way The age gap Sam Faiers REALLY wants between her children Is this the answer to helping your child sleep on a plane? How Charlie Gard's parents hope to 'save other babies and children'