These are the jackets you need to be wearing over your suit this winter. It’s all about the colour black, very fitted jackets and a pure statement of being stylish. The designs are military inspired and the collars are a key feature. Whether you’re tall, short thin all on the larger side these key jackets will slim you down every single time. They are timeless pieces and will go with any suit colour or style. If you can only afford one thing this winter then update your suit jacket.
How to choose your jacket?
Men can choose from different types of jackets. Long jackets for men are designed to provide extra coverage and warmth, making them ideal for colder weather. These jackets often feature insulation and lining materials that help trap body heat, ensuring the wearer stays cozy in chilly conditions.
Trench coats are classic and versatile options for formal and casual settings. They usually have a tailored appearance and may come with a belt to accentuate the waist. Trench coats are typically water-resistant, making them practical for rainy weather.
On the other hand, puffer or quilted jackets have a unique baffle design filled with down or synthetic insulation. These lightweight, comfortable jackets provide exceptional warmth without the bulk.
Overcoats are sophisticated and stylish long jackets typically worn over suits or formal attire. They have a sleek and streamlined appearance, often featuring single-breasted or double-breasted button closures.
Pea coats have a naval origin and are characterized by their wide lapels, a double-breasted front, and anchor buttons. On the other hand, topcoats are lightweight, sleek long coats that are typically worn over business attire. They are great for transitional seasons or milder winter climates.
Duffle coats are recognized by their toggle fastenings and hooded design. Originally made from duffle fabric, these coats are now available in various materials. They offer a casual and cozy look, perfect for casual outings in colder weather.
To find the right fit, simply go up one size over your typical suit jacket size. This allows you to move easily without the layers binding at your shoulders and neck. The shoulder seams themselves should fall just over the edge of your natural shoulder. This will give you a better profile line while wearing a sport coat or suit. When in doubt, go shopping while wearing a blazer or thick sweater. Not all coats follow the same measurement dimensions, so this will give you a better idea of fit and comfort. But don’t just slip the coat on. Find a chair and sit down while wearing the coat, raise your arms and bend down and tie your shoe. When unsure then ask staff to help.
Prada collection 2012
You’ll stand out in this jacket.
Burberry-Prorsum-Fall-Winter-2012, coat jackets
Burberry Prorsum 2013-mens-suits.
You’ll rock in these jackets this winter. Loving the leather trousers
Iceberg, Tweed jackets look so edgy