‘Scarves, Mittens and hats are a great way to express yourself in the cold’ – Brad Goreski

The same can be said about about the classic Overcoat. They come in patterns, block colour and a multitude of luxurious fabrics so choosing the right one is simply an extension of your personality. An investment in a coat like this, will last you for years to come! I’m sure you will see me wearing mine to death over the winter period. Here are my top six picks for the perfect overcoat but make sure yours fits your attitude and is something classic that you’ll wear for many years.

Clockwise From Top Left –

Richard James Herringbone Wool Overcoat – The country overcoat; perfect with skinny black jeans and wellington boots or with a dapper three piece wool winter suit. This one takes confidence but looks amazing with the right outfit.
Paul Smith London Double-Breasted Cashmere-Wool Overcoat – It’s all about camel. It’s the perfect trans-seasonal coat as it can be worn over the shoulders in summer or layered up in the winter. An all rounder.
Bottega Veneta Reversible Oversized Wool and Mohair Blend Overcoat – I love this unique fact that this coat is reversible. Two coats in one makes this a real statement piece and the contrasting tones will look great with city blacks.
Givenchy Wool Blend Overcoat – It’s Camel, need I say more?
Paul Smith Wool Duster Coat – Again, confidence is key with this coat. It may be black but not a lot of men look or feel comfortable in a belted coat however with sharp attire this coat is perfect for day to night.
Ami Double-Breasted Wool Overcoat – This is the most classic of the garments but the grey avoids the shape looking boring. Great with white to lighten your winter wardrobe and just as great with a snappy suit.
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