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Liberty’s Edit of the Best Winter Coats for Men

The Best Winter Coats for Men, According to Your Style

This outerwear guide has the coat for you, no matter whether you’re a New Wave Mod or a hype-hunting Streetwear-er
By: George Elliot

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The Best Winter Coats for Men, According to Your Style

The Best Winter Coats for Men, According to Your Style

This outerwear guide has the coat for you, no matter whether you’re a New Wave Mod or a hype-hunting Streetwear-er

By: George Elliot

Considering the colder climes and pretty dismal weather conditions we’re now contending with, investing in this season’s best winter coats for men is a matter of priority - that’s if you actually plan on making it from door to door without catching a cold. But the last thing you want to do is panic buy. Instead, make a considered purchase by first asking yourself this: which fashion circle do I belong to? Whether you’re a Country Boy who balances fashion and heritage, a Streetwear-er who has to have the latest thing or count yourself among the most devout fashion followers, this guide has the one to suit your distinct dress sense.

The In-the-Know Dresser

YMC Brainticket Shearling and Suede MK2 Jacket, £1,250

If you consider yourself fashion-forward, an informed individual that remains in the know when it comes to the must-follow trends of the moment, you’ll know that luxurious textures dominated this season’s runways. With this in mind, we think you’ll agree that YMC's Brainticket Shearling and Suede MK2 Jacket, £1,250 should be inducted into your outerwear collection next. Crafted from velvety-smooth sheepskin and featuring a plush shearling collar, it’s a snug workwear jacket that's ideal for these colder climes. Sure, you probably already have an idea of what to wear with it, but might we suggest delving into the logomania and classic varsity trends by wearing Kenzo's Boke Flower Logo-Print Sweatshirt, £300 underneath?

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The Country Boy

Barbour x and Wander Pivot Casual Jacket, £320

Do you escape to the country whenever you can? Feel most at home when at one with the great outdoors? If that’s a yes on both counts, then you’re probably a country boy at heart. And as such, you’ll need a coat that suits your surroundings. Enter the Pivot Casual Jacket by Barbour x and Wander, £320; with its wind-proof Woven Pertex shell and deep pockets, this streetwear-come-rural-wardrobe-staple is a timeless icon, one that’ll battle the elements and get knowing nods from your fellow countrymen. Underneath, wear Han Kjøbenhavn’s Chrome Tribal Print Summer Shirt, £145 over a rollneck and pair with PS Paul Smith's Cotton-Cashmere Corduroy Trousers, £335 to raise your style game even further.

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The Streetwear(er)

Moncler Maya Puffer-Jacket, £1,245

Whether it’s an oversized hoodie, graphic tee or wide-legged jeans, streetwear connoisseurs like to be seen wearing the most coveted items. So in that case, get your hands on Moncler's Maya Puffer-Jacket, £1,245. At the pinnacle of technical tailoring, its down-quilted, logo-patched, high-shine jacket is instantly recognisable. Once secured, next comes the styling, so lean further into the theme of prestige by investing in Stone Island’s Cargo Trousers £365; they too come emblazoned with an iconic logo. And because streetwear is about striking the perfect balance between luxury fashion and utilitywear, we suggest that you add eastpak x TELFAR'S Small Shopper Bag, £105 to your wardrobe while you’re at it.

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The New Mod

Fred Perry Zip-In Liner Parka Jacket, £375

Is the cult classic Quadrophenia one of your all-time favourite films? When putting together an outfit, do you think to yourself, “what would Liam Gallagher do?” If you answered yes on both counts then firstly, consider yourself a modern day mod and secondly, make room in your coat collection for Fred Perry's Zip-In Liner Parka Jacket, £375. Hooded and coming complete with a rear fishtail hem, this classic, weather-proof parka is the kind of coat you can easily style with just about anything in your wardrobe, too, so either wear over a slim-fit suit and skinny tie combo or for another Liberty-approved look, layer Marni x Carhartt WIP's Tobacco Colour-Block Overshirt, £430 on top of John Smedley’s Cherwell Merino Wool Roll-Neck Jumper, £175.

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The New School Sartorialist

Acne Studios Single Breasted Coat, £1,000

With an eye for detail, the New School Sartorialist never leaves the house without looking immaculate, so will welcome Acne Studios’ Single Breasted Coat, £1,000 with open arms. But just because he has an appreciation for impeccably tailored staples like this doesn't mean he’s a traditionalist. Instead, he prefers to clash classics with elements of punk, new wave and anything that might be found in Alex Turner’s Rocker era wardrobe. If this sounds like you then you’ll want to wear this woollen coat with Han Kjøbenhavn’s Faux Leather Tapered Trousers, £350 for that rebellious edge. Then, button up Liberty’s Charleston Cotton Twill Casual Button-Down Shirt, £175 all the way to the top before decking yourself out in some silver jewellery.

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