In the winter, the coat is the most important and indispensable part of the men's wardrobe. In fact, it can also be the most elegant garment a man can own.
Choosing a coat is a tedious journey in itself and requires a lot of stamina and patience to get the right look. If you consider a few aspects, the journey will be smooth and easy.
The right destination
To achieve the right look, the coat must sit properly. Often this aspect is ignored. No wonder some men look like they're wearing their old school jackets or a quick-borrowed garment with sloppy, bent shoulders and latching sleeves to reach the knees! So choose a coat that fits tightly around your shoulders. The sleeve length must be long enough to cover the sleeve of the button-up shirt.
There are several types of coats – duffle, parka, mackintosh, trench coat, peacoat and overcoat. The duffle, pea coat and parka are designed for casual wear and are perfect for formal wear. The Mackintosh, trench coat and coat are so versatile that they can be worn on formal wear as well as casual outfits. When combined with matching footwear, you get an elegant, elegant look.
These coats are available in a variety of fabrics, including warm wool, gabardine, loden cashmere, polyester-cotton blends, and fur and weather resistant rubber fabric. All provide sufficient warmth and protection from the cold.