Think you can’t wear a winter coat in Perth? We beg to differ.
Here is how to wear and where to buy your perfect topper this winter. We dare you to choose just one.
With on-point styling and devilishly good detail, this is the power-player when it comes to coats. Super-sophisticated, it’s also warm so keep what’s beneath lightly-layered. Its palette of charcoal, brown and grey means it goes with pretty much everything you own, so be prepared for lots of cool winter styling options.
Crombie charcoal coat, $899, MJ Bale
Meet your new hallmark of style – a timeless grey double-breasted top coat destined to swing happily in your wardrobe for winters to come. We love its classic but cool 60s vibe and ability to elevate even jeans and a tee to dizzying sartorial heights.
Grey Melton coat, $749, Calibre
Perfectly cropped and in an eye-popping shade of indigo, this is your dream coat thanks to its endless versatlity. It’s a good mid-weight so perfect with tailored separates and weekend casuals. For super-cool vibes, keep the rest of your look monochrome, or wear over this season’s turtleneck for instant beatnik chic.
Indigo Sergeant coat, $549, Jack London
Sleek, single-breasted in speckled burgundy wool and featuring an irresistible removable faux fur collar, this coat is purrfect. It features a neat slim cut so suits more streamlined bodyshapes. Burgundy is always a beautiful colour for the cooler months and looks great mixed with every shade of grey, navy and cream. It is a nice weight too, so looks super smart teamed with cool knitwear and slick strides.
Burgundy Shad overcoat, $399, Politix
Just kidding. The trench is a no-brainer – no man’s wardrobe should be without one. Sure it’s chic, but its super practical too. It isn’t too heavy so ideal for our winter and for layering over absolutely anything. It won’t crease, so roll it up and take away on holidays. It will even make you look smart in a downpour. What’s not to love?
Technical trench, $239.95, Guess