What to Get For the Girl Who’s Dying For a Burberry Monogram Poncho

Burberry's coat, loved by Kate Moss and SJP, is sold out. Here are some substitutes.

This truly unique bracelet mixes a midcentury block monogram with a sunny honeycomb pattern.
Lend your outfit a chic hint of Palm Beach Grandma with this bold necklace.
J. Crew Collection Cashmere Sweatshirt, $248, available in five colors
Monogramming is available in block style or a classic diamond insignia, in 18 colors. Preppier than the Burberry blanket poncho, this sweater will never go out of style.
J. Crew Collection Long Open Cardigan, $288, available in five colors
Throw a deep red monogram on this cardigan for $10, and you have a WASPy approximation of the Burberry coat.
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J. Crew Nightshirt, $63, also available in blue
Perfect if your monogram lover is also a fan of Netflix binge-watching sessions.
Butterscotch Blankees Personalized Monogram Blanket, $414
This might not be suitable for wearing in public like the Burberry blanket coat, but it's made of Italian cashmere.
Butterscotch Blankees Personalized Block Blanket, $414
An even better option if your goal is to walk around your house pretending to be Cara Delevingne.
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J.W. Hulme Co. Legacy Handbag, $395
This monogram-able bag will bring out the boho chic in any outfit.
Louis Vuitton Neverfull Monogram, $1,720
You can't go wrong with a classic.
Louis Vuitton Zephyr 70 Monogram, $5,750
No one can complain about missing out on the Burberry poncho if she's got custom LV luggage in tow.

For months, celebrities and civilians alike have been clamoring for Burberry’s monogram poncho. Unfortunately, the garment has been sold out for about as long. It’s no wonder — Cara Delevingne, Sarah Jessica Parker, Olivia Palermo and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley have all been spotted wearing their customized versions of the coat.

Fear not, though — there are plenty of other, perfectly fine monogram-able goods on the market. Click through our slideshow and choose one; old-school prep never goes out of style.

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