Watch the Video: Coveted Coats for Men

Gents, it’s that time of year again. The days get colder and the nights darker, it’s time to bring your coat out of hibernation.

But, just because it’s bitterly cold, it doesn’t mean you have to jepopardize style for warmth; we’ve selected the best coats from our vast selection. So, take your prick…

The Trench Coat
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Howick, Farrell, Aquascutum

The timeless trench scores big style points every winter. Typically the trench consists of waterproof heavy-duty material, a belt and is often just above knee length -Ai?? making it a cold weather staple. Keep it classic by opting for a khaki green colourway.


The Quilted Jacket
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Barbour, Ted Baker, Henri Lloyd

A firm favourite with farmers and fashionistas alike, the quilted jacket is most recognisable by its diamond stitch design. The warmth insulating ensemble often features popper fastened pockets and a contrasting marterial collar.


The Pea Coat
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Linea, Jaeger, Howick

The Pea Coat is distinguised by its, often navy coloured, heavy wool exterior, double-breasted fronts and large lapels. Probably the most stylish of the bunch, make a statement in this style.


The Parka Jacket
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Hackett, Bench, Tommy Hilfiger

Made infamous by the Gallagher brothers, the parka jacket is a winter wardrobe hero. Often khaki in colour with a fur lined hood, the parka can be found in various different colours and will last you season after season.



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Alice Carroll

I'm Alice, Al or, if you are the five year old me, Ice (yes, I did want to be a member of Kris Kross, and yes, I did wear my jeans backwards). Womenswear Editor at House of Fraser Online, I've grown out of backwards clothes and instead chose to invest my money in vintage sportswear and bomber jackets, while inking my body with unnecessary tattoos and rapping along to every word of The Streets - Original Pirate Material. My proudest moments were seeing a shoot I styled in my favourite magazine and getting a three-dart-finish in a game of darts. Oh, and Bart Simpson was my first crush.

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