What is the first thing you grab before leaving your house on a cold winter day? Yes, a warm coat to combat the bitter cold. You need to consider your wardrobe seriously when it comes to revamping it for the winters;
only because it needs to be useful, reliable, protective and, of course, stylish. Here are options of winter coats to shuffle between every time you step out.
Worn in the military, the pea coat has slowly claimed its fame in mainstream fashion. With a double-breasted design, this simple and classic coat is great to keep you warm on an averagely cold day and can be worn in shades of coal grey, cobalt blue or black. A pea coat is perfect for a casual, smart and simple look.
The duffle coat is a notch above the pea coat, variably more stylish and detailed in design. Worn in the navy and during World War 1 in shades of camel-cream, this thick woollen coat is now worn in everyday life in different shades, designs and styles. The duffle coat usually comes with a hood and buttoned back strap. Its design can vary though generally it’s fastened in the front with four or five leather hoops.
For a polished, sophisticated look, opt for an original cashmere coat that looks classy, stylish and definitely a great addition to your winter wear. Just make sure you take good care of it, because feeling luxuriously warm does have a price tag attached to it.
Made of the warmest heavy wool, the overcoat makes for the perfect formal winter business coat. The overcoat may not be very versatile, but can be a great option for day-to-day winter business wear as it is smart, simple and dignified.
Tweed is woven together to make jackets of different patterns and style . It will keep you very warm, but may get harsh on your skin if it is not made of softened tweed.
Getting a good quality winter coat may be a bit expensive, but is definitely an investment well made because it will last you for decades if maintained well.
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