Thursday, October 11, 2012
High-performance jackets help you weather severe storms. Even if you're just trekking to Star bucks.
The down jacket is back from the dead. Opt for the newer slim me down versions and you'll avoid any comparisons to the Michelin Man.
An overcoat cut slim with a hem that hits the knee will keep you warm without-weighing you down.
Polished and masculine, the camel overcoat complements everything from suits to corduroy.
The pea coat now comes in a variety of colors and fabrics. Stick with lean, shoulder-hugging versions in classic blue, gray, or black.
Jean jackets have Ieached icon status in part because of their versatility.
You can even wear one with a shirt and tie.
Military style has applied to coats since men rode horses into battle. Army-inspired jackets are as stylish as they are utilitarian.
When a parka is too casual and a camel coat too formal, the functional and classic Barbour jacket steps in.
Another military design adapted to civilian use: The trench handles the
as well as the wet.
If the weather report says rainy but warm, the Mac is indispensable.
A collegiate staple, the toggle coat-without the hood-can be grown-up. Use this casual overcoat to smarten up weekend looks.