The Coats To Know: For Him
7 October 2020
When the weather turns, you need these by your side.
If there’s one investment that you want to get right for winter, it’s your coat purchase. Blustering winds, perilous subarctic spells, sunshine the next minute… it pays to have an arsenal of great outerwear under your belt (or in your wardrobe rather). Without further ado, we’ve picked some of the best coats of the season, so you can make this decision a smart one.
Some things are a classic for good reason. Case in point: the Welby jacket. A wax number in timeless Black Watch tartan, it keeps the elements out while looking ever-so sophisticated – whatever the occasion. It’s the details that get us with this coat, from the warming fleece lining in two of the pockets to the branded press studs. Wear with a shirt and desert boots and look as effortlessly handsome as the jacket itself.
On a cloud
LIGHTWEIGHT LOWTHER JACKET
With pillowy, feather-free wadding, this cushioned number will keep you warm but without any bulky weight. The dream, right? We love the funnel neck for extra cosiness and the varying hues which means there’s definitely one to suit. We’re imagining this for coastal walks and wintertime rendezvouses… a glass of something warm in one hand, your dog in the other. Can you picture it too?
The parka has gone through a bit of an evolution. From the outerwear of the Inuit to adopted by style sets since, today it’s a wardrobe staple and this particular one feels perfectly modern. Cosiness goes hand in hand with the design, from the lined hand warmer pockets to an inside collar made of polar fleece. Crafted from a supersoft fabric, it’ll go with all your weekend plans – trip to the North Pole or not.
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