If you invest in one item this season, make it a topcoat. Some of our favourite designers have reinvented the staple this fall, with crisp tailoring, natty tweeds, and fresh details.
Funk things up a bit with a chocolate shade that feels a little bit retro and a little bit modern — and looks elegant as hell when paired with black and grey.
Wool topcoat ($900), cotton shirt ($180), wool pants ($260), and silk tie ($140).
Embroidered with a garden rose and the name of what sounds like a British country lane, this boxy rig is a trip to Old England.
Wool overcoat ($3,405), silk shirt ($900) and wool pants ($1,315).
A camel coat is always a good idea, but a trench-inspired belt gives the classic layer a handsome update.
Wool topcoat ($995) and wool blend trousers ($425).
See how this coat catches the light? That’s thanks to the magic of leather woven into wool to make a classic herringbone pattern. Some next level stuff, right there.
Wool topcoat ($12,960), sweater ($1,450), cotton shirt ($1,060), wool pants ($1,060) and leather shoes ($1,180).
When the wind starts to bite, you’re going to want to layer. This versatile two-in-one makes it easy.
Wool and nylon blend topcoat ($3,855) and wool pants ($450).
Long plush fibres with hits of blue and green make this artistically daring. And you’re nothing if not daring, aren’t you?
Wool overcoat ($4,200), wool blend sweater (price upon request), cotton pants ($1,000), leather shoes (price upon request).
Tiger of Sweden
Nothing says fall like a good tweed. The classic woollen cloth brings a gentlemanly vibe to everything you pair it with, whether that’s a velvet suit, or your go-to T-shirt and jeans.
Wool-blend topcoat ($750), velvet blazer ($750), cotton shirt ($180), velvet-blend pants ($350).
With sharp tailoring and a substantial lapel, this double-breasted option is essentially a longer, more urbane version of your favourite pea coat.