We don’t want to scare you, but winter is on its way. And with it, the hunt for the greatest winter coats begins. Although we may still owe a few weeks of long, warm days (and, to be honest, we are), it appears that the good old dependable British weather has other plans. Why waste time fantasizing about the weather we should be having when you could be having truly spectacular autumn? Although there is less sun, the clothing is vastly superior. This is especially true when it comes to outerwear.
Let’s have a look at which jackets you should buy this winter.
- PUFFER JACKETS
The best winter coats for keeping you extra warm are puffy versions with lots of room below to layer, whether filled with down or another form of down equivalent. (Think ski jackets with a feminine twist.) Parkas made of down are the stylish equivalent of a huge cozy sleeping bag.
To begin, seek puffer coats with water-repellent outer shells, such as nylon or ripstop, to keep snow, sleet, and rain at bay. Anything with a larger collar or removable hood provides welcome extra warmth, and styles with an elastic drawstring hem are also helpful for preventing heat loss. The best part about it? Bestsellers are available at a variety of price points.
- TEDDY JACKETS
Women’s teddy coats are among the coziest winter coats available. Pro tip: Choose bigger pieces so you can layer hoodies and bulky sweaters beneath them. They’re constructed of wonderfully soft, tufted wool, making them a winter jacket that will keep you toasty far into spring.
- WOOL JACKETS
Classic full-length wool coats are among the greatest winter jackets available, seamlessly pulling together outfits no matter what’s underneath. The season’s numerous styles suit everyone, whether you cinch it with a belt or choose a buttoned style. The only disadvantage? They aren’t as warm as an insulated jacket, and they aren’t always weatherproof, so check the temperature before heading out.
- FAUX LEATHER JACKETS
Faux leather and suede jackets can always take on winter weather if teamed with sherpa or a fleece lining—or trimmed with faux fur—despite lacking the frostbite-resistant warmth of a heavyweight coat or down insulation. (West Coasters, you’re in luck—you can stick with lighter models.) The hefty fabric will help keep the chill out in style, whether you choose a belted trench coat, quilted vest, or large biker jacket.
- FLEECE JACKET
Wearing a fleece jacket makes you feel like you’re getting a hug everywhere you go. These warm and fashionable garments are a great way to warm up in the winter and maybe worn for a variety of events. Choose a white T-shirt and jeans for a relaxed look, or a turtleneck and chinos for a more formal look. This fabric is designed to keep you warm and comfortable, and if you’re concerned about the materials you’re wearing, you can always go for faux. Don’t be afraid to experiment with other colors — dark brown, camel, bottle green, and cream are all excellent choices for the busy man.
- COATS WITH FAUX FUR
With beautiful fake fur winter jackets, you may add more elegance and warmth to your winter days. These extra-soft, extra-toasty picks are a must-have for the colder months. Relaxed fits and knee-length designs are popular right now, but beautiful cropped selections and cinched styles are also fashionable.
- PEA COAT
Why not try a pea coat to add polish to an ensemble without being overdressed? It’s a timeless solution for any occasion and a classic style that flatters everyone. This coat was initially designed for sailors, but now anyone may rock the boat in it. Even if you’re wearing jeans and a T-shirt, the double-breasted buttons and wide lapels make you feel classy. Choose a sweater and scarf, pants, and Chelsea boots for cooler days, and you’ll look like a celebrity in no time. If you prefer muted colors, try navy or charcoal — it’s a simple way to dress up or down for every event, regardless of the weather.
- WOOL JACKETS
You can’t go wrong with a wool jacket if you want to stay warm without committing to a certain style. This fabric keeps you warm in the coldest conditions and comes in a variety of styles to help you look your best. You can wear this outerwear in a variety of ways, from a jacket to an overcoat. To find the perfect fit, experiment with layering and mixing and matching your items.
It’s time to get out your heavy-duty garments from the back of the closet as soon as the chilly weather arrives. There are many outwear styles to fit your surroundings, from snow and sleet to a mild wind. Look no farther than these top men’s jackets and coats if you’re looking for some new winter wardrobe staples.