Ostentatious : Hooded Duffel Coat
Steven Onoja : As the cold weather sets in, wrapping up warm takes precedence if you’re venturing out of the house. You’ll still want to look and feel good though, This is my own feel to a cold and rainy day.
Hooded Duffel Coat : Key for this Winter season. Good news on those wet, icy days that, depending on where you live, will no doubt be frequent. Keep them as simple as possible so they can be worn with many things and may even keep going until next season. Remember neutral tones are best for jackets anyway, and coach shoes are no different. If they’re really not your style however, a classic, sturdy hiking style will keep your body warm and dry too.
Hooded Duffel Coat – American Eagle
Faded oxford shirt in pen stripe – J. Crew
Merino v-neck sweater – Banana republic, thrift
Dawson fit chino – J. Crew
Brown leather gloves – thrift
Check Socks – Urban Outfitter
Causal dress shoes – Coach, Thrift
Keep your base layer light with clean-cut jeans and a fitted sweater; pair the look with a knee-length coat. And don’t forget the all important hat, scarf and gloves combo but today decided not to step out with a hat – remember its cold outside.
The wool jacket cut is still at large and bang on trend this Fall/Winter. The jackets with smooth lines and pair it with clean-cut trousers or jeans and coach shoes to make this look current and on trend. Some metallic accessories such as a watch or bracelet will update a classic look.
The key to color is to keep it neutral and add a splash of brightness elsewhere. The light sweaters are ideal for wearing over a shirt at work and fantastic for casual weekends.