The 10 Outerwear Styles Every Guy Should Know
There are plenty of reasons to be thankful for rainy weather. Namely that summer, with all of its attendant heat and humidity, has relinquished its hold on our weather—and our style. Which means that it's time again to invest in a great coat.
The Denim Jacket
Levi's Trucker Denim Jacket
Denim is a pretty-much-perfect go-to for transitional jackets. And no one does it better than Levi's.
The Weatherproof Jacket
Everlane The Elements Jacket
Get a jacket that can handle all of those unexpected shifts.
The Field Jacket
J.Crew Cotton Field Jacket
A field jacket is also a staple piece. Break it out the same day you bust out your boots.
DSTLD Cotton Bomber Jacket
An easygoing cotton bomber works for every type of style.
The Lightweight Jacket
Baracuta for J.Crew G9 Harrington
Baracuta's Harrington jackets are made to take on all styles and every element. This one comes in an extra-versatile olive green, too.
Selected Homme Navy Trench Coat
Selected Homme calls this a trench coat—but thanks to the covered placket and single-breasted silhouette, it's really more of a mackintosh. All good. The two are sartorial cousins, anyways, and the mac is a little more modern and easier for most guys to wear.
AMI Drill Overshirt
An overshirt—for days where you don't quite need a full jacket.
The Leather Jacket
Buck Mason Bruiser Moto Jacket
A simple leather jacket. Of course.
The Double-Breasted Overcoat
Calvin Klein 205W39NYC Plaid Overcoat
Overcoats are a great investment. Double-breasted ones are great for wearing over a suit.
The Single-Breasted Topcoat
Saint Laurent Chesterfield Coat
A little less fabric and oomph than the double-breasted version, but just as sharp and perfect for daily trips to and from the office.
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