Spotlight on Coats For Him


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Enjoy that new coat feeling with our pick of the essential colours, shapes and styles to wrap up in this winter.

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Winter Coats

Long-line trenches and belted wool coats are everything he needs to stay stylish in the cold this winter ‘21. Opt for off-white and camel colourways, as seen at Dries Van Noten, Fendi and Louis Vuitton, or plump for contrast geometric stripes as showcased by Ermenegildo Zegna. Both styles are a key staple of the wrap coat trend for AW21, an outerwear mood echoed across the menswear runways.  

 

Elsewhere, rich copper hues – circa the 1970’s – and timeless black also made an appearance for him, with Burberry among the designers opting to keep it classic this season. Double breasted trenches and oversized wool coats, secured with a coordinating tie belt (that offer more than a passing resemblance to dressing gowns) are what you want to aim for. wraup up calf lengths wool blends or water resistant puffers, taking your cues from Moose Knuckles, Boss, Lacoste and Armani A/X.  


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BOSS

BOSS

AllSaints

AllSaints

Trans-Seasonal Coats

Transitional coats for him are turning up the volume on colour for AW21 with daring red outerwear debuted on the runways of Gabriela Hearst, Louis Vuitton and Ermenegildo Zegna. Seek out lightweight trenches and utilitarian cropped jackets in bold pops of rainbow red, being sure to avoid washed-out hues in favour of fire engine and pillar box shades.  

 

Meanwhile, wax jackets are also making a comeback for autumn/winter for him in a trend that’s seeing heritage patterns and fabrics making a triumphant return to wardrobes. Corduroy jackets in retro golden browns are yet another key transitional coat he’ll want to invest as the season begins. Look for these in AllSaints, Tommy Hilfiger, Calvin Klein, Boss and Polo Ralph Lauren sticking to earthy coffee and caramel tones to emphasise the retro mood.  


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