4 Coats Guaranteed To Keep You Cosy
Winter is one of the best seasons for men, sartorially. Offering the chance to layer up, play with hues and shapes. The weather in London has definitely turned on us, so it’s time to update those wardrobes and add these coats to your collection for warmth and protection from the rain – the stylish way. Make sure that when you are buying a coat you think of the shape and structure of the coat. How it fits over a blazer is just as important as how it looks. From the formal to the casual, here’s The Gentleman’s Guide to A/W Coats.
- This Jil Sander double-breasted camel coat confirms Sander’s reputation for quality and minimalism. The immaculate tailoring of camel fibres and fleece wool makes for an a warm, smart and sharp colour alternative to the usual dark tones for winter. Wear over your suit for a simple yet immaculate look. Stand out in this statement winter coat available from MR PORTER.
- A gentleman should never have to choose between comfort and luxury, so this reversible blue and green wool checked coat from designer Lardini proves itself to be very functional for cold winter days. It also has an olive green interior lining which can allows for protection from the rain. This coat can be found at multi-label boutique BROWNS.
- A trench coat is always one of the best options for keeping you dry and protecting you from the grey and rainy days that we must endure in the UK. This trench coat by Tod’s is minimal and made from a structural high-tech fabric with additional padding in the interior for warmth and to ensure that your suit is definitely dry after a spell. Buy directly from TOD’s.
- This Coach wool coat is inspired by a vintage officer’s coat and is all you require for your understated yet functional fashion needs. The heritage coat has been cut generously allowing room for a sweater if the weather begins to get nippy. A scarf over your shoulders would accentuate the rip and repair detailing of the piece to bring a spot of modernity to this timeless design. Find this piece on COACH.
Words: Cleide Cardoso