Three Must-Have Coats You Need this Winter
Despite the fact winter comes each year, many of us still face the cold weather unprepared and unwilling to accept that it might be time to dig out our winter warmers. When we eventually do dig out our coats and jumpers we wonder why it took so long to embrace layers and warmth. But, as you’re pulling out your old favorites you might find that the coat you loved last year, doesn’t fit quite as well as it used to or even, that it doesn’t embrace your new style. So, on that note, we have found the three types of coats that every man needs to have in their wardrobe (and that won’t go out of style).
An overcoat has a classic style to it, which can make any man into a dapper gent, think Daniel Craig or Jude Law in Sherlock Holmes. The coat itself is warm and practical, and in the right fabric (and pattern) it can breathe new life into just about any outfit. Elegant and definitive patterns such as hounds-tooth and herringbone will still be in style for years to come, so are a definite wardrobe must have.
Overcoats work exceptionally well over suits, so are perfect for work during the week, or at the weekend over a pair of jeans and a Chelsea boot it can boost your dressed down look.
Religion Black/White Noirex Coat Jacket
Keeping mariners warms for well over 150 years, the peacoat become popular after it was adopted from the British navy to everyday life. This classic coat known for its high collar is certain to keep you warm and sheltered from cold weather on your morning commute, or even when on a leisurely stroll.
The peacoat is extremely versatile as it can dress an outfit up or down. If you’re going to a formal event, pair the jacket with a matching polo neck and a pair of tailored trousers. If, however, you’re feeling more causal pair it with a chunky knit jumper and a pair of denim jeans.
J Lindeburg Navy Wolger 77 Compact Melton Jacket
Under hip hop authority, back in the 1990s, the puffer jackets came to their ascent as they became exceedingly desired within popular culture. This jacket is pretty much perfect for facing all of the elements; its ability to keep you warm, despite being so lightweight is what makes it such a favorite choice even today.
Due to the ‘puffy’ nature of the jacket it can give you a bulkier look. The best way to resolve this is to wear slim fitted clothes underneath, such as a fitted shirt and fitted jeans.
Tommy Hilfiger Magnet Down Bomber Jacket
If none of the above take your fancy, you’re sure to find something else you like in our coats & jackets section. #standout