With the advent of winter, I wonder if you feel that you are missing a coat that can keep warm and show your taste? We have displayed 13 common and classic coats that have stood the test of time and are still fashionable today if you‘re planning to buy a new coat for yourself or give a gift to your loved one, check out coats below. You might get new ideas and inspiration!


Down Coat

Compared with other winter coats, down coats have more functionality and more sophisticated materials. Considering the functions of outdoor sports, they are lightweight, warm, waterproof and anti-drilling, etc. Down coats can meet the requirements of harsh environments. There are warmth requirements for hiking, skiing, and mountaineering, so it is the right choice to have good quality and cost-effective down coat for your boyfriend in winter!



There is such a single piece in autumn and winter coats, which is more stylish than down coats, warmer than cashmere coats, and better-looking than quilted jackets. The key is that it is effortless to wear! It is the Parka. What is a parka? The Parka originated from the traditional clothing of the Eskimos. The Eskimos invented a hooded leather jacket made of animal fur to withstand the cold climate. There will also be a circle of animal hair on the edge of the hat to protect the temperature of the face. This kind of clothing is resistant to wind and snow and extremely warm, making it easy for Eskimos to hunt and work outdoors. Later, the US military used this wind- and snow-proof coat style and was made for garrison soldiers in the Korean War to prevent freezing. The wind and the snow-proof hooded coat were named "Parka", which we call Parka. After the Second World War, the Parka was brought to the stage of fashion trends by the British MOD family. Almost everyone would have such a hooded windproof coat. Finally, "Vogue" magazine put the parka coat that has faded away from the military uniform to the front of the trend, allowing the Parka to remain in the ranks of classic items for so many years.


With such a piece of clothing, even though it has gone through hundreds of years of history, its appearance has hardly been changed. Tough guys and sophisticated fashion men will choose it. Clothes that can be rigid and soft and stand the test of time can be called classics. The first is the navy Peacoat. Since the 17th century, this double-breasted woolen coat was worn by naval officers of European countries. It keeps warm and has an elegant style, and is very aristocratic. In 1881, the U.S. Navy adopted a short Peacoat as standard equipment, still in use today. The thick woolen fabric, wide collar, and eight double-breasted buttons on the chest are more conducive to wind and warmth. The placket can be fastened and not blown away regardless of which direction the wind blows. Each button is engraved with an anchor and thirteen stars representing the early 13 states of the United States. The flat design can also avoid hooking the ropes on the boat. The peacoat is not a formal dress in terms of etiquette, but you can match sweaters or suits at will in daily life. The scope of application is vast, and the open buttons can also show a full of rugged masculinity.

Duffle Coat

A duffle coat is usually made of felted or felted wool fabric. It feels thicker to the touch, and also more windproof and water-repellent; Duffle Coat, which the Royal Navy used as warm marine clothing during the First World War, was Camel, it was famous all over the world for the use of the famous British Royal Army General Montgomery during World War II, so some people called it "Monty Coat." The collage style can also be seen; it has a significant feature: the button-type button, which we often call a horn button or wooden button coat. This design allows you to wear thick gloves. At the same time, it is easy to unlock the buttons. This year's Duffle Coat has a trend to replace the original traditional horns with other creative and ingenious lightweight materials.

Trench Coat

You see it when you watch a fashion show, you see it when you watch a detective movie, you see it when you watch "Le samouraï", and you even see it when you watch "Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles" animation. Especially in the "swinging 60s", on average, one in five Londoners had a Trench Coat at home. Its popularity and public acceptance are much higher than a field jacket or double-breasted seaman's coat. However, not everyone is familiar with its name and its origins: on the one hand, the "trench" is indeed named after the First World War. On the other hand, the history of "Trench Coat" itself predates the First World War. To this day, trench coats are still a frequent must-have visitor to fashion shows.


Shearling Coat

Last year's autumn and winter show showed a lot of shearling coats, although there were also last year, I think it will be more popular this year; Sometimes the part is on the inside, such as your girlfriend's UGG snow boots, but this year the fur is going to be turned out and put on the outside! This kind of high-profile coat is probably not everyone dared to try. If you are a more restrained type, some coats with fluffy trimmings, you can try it first, and then come with fluffy collars, significantly Owe to buy! A little trick: If you are a thinner boy, try not to match skinny pants with a shearling coat so that you won't feel top-heavy!


Chore Coat

Chore Coat was originally a jacket worn by workers at work, so nowadays it is called a work jacket. It has a long history. As early as the end of the 19th century, this tooling jacket appeared in France. With the development of the industry, clothing items have been continuously improved and updated. Chore Coat also took advantage of the trend and became the work clothes of the workers at that time.
Although the contemporary Chore Coat styles vary, it still retains the style of retro tooling. In the styles, classic elements such as pockets, fabrics and patterns have always been the highlights of the style.



I believe everyone will be impressed by the cloak inside when watching British classics. The name of this cloak is called Ulster Coat, which is also the "detective" coat of Sherlock Holmes that is often mentioned on the Internet. It started as a riding (horse) overalls with a detachable shawl cloak on the back that reached the elbow, which could cope with bad weather. But now, if you search for Ulster Coat, most of the results show no cloak structure. Ulster Coat, which looks no different from ordinary coats, was first famous in the Victorian era (from the mid-19th century to the early 20th century). At this stage, it is mainly a hidden single-breasted buckle with a detachable cloak behind it. In the Edwardian period, at the beginning of the 20th century, the cloak gradually lost its function and was omitted. At the same time, the double-breasted Ulster Coat was slowly developed at this stage.


Chesterfield Coat

Like the suit, the coat has its grade. The most advanced one is the naturally tailor-made "Chesterfield Coat", a classic long coat for men! The "Chesterfield Coat" named after Chesterfield has always been advertised as a "noble and elegant" memory label. It carries more history, wisdom, and civilization. It can be boldly said that so far, no clothing can shake its status as the "gentleman's first dress jacket".


Loden Coat

Loden Coat is an authentic European coat, which is also entirely developed by the European continent. At first, Austrian farmers came to herd sheep in the Alps. So in terms of function, it is to prevent wind and rain. The word Loden does not refer to style but refers to the processing technology of wool. I am not professional in this aspect. To condense the knowledge I have seen, it means compressing the wool to one-third of its original length and then spinning it. , The advantage of this is to make the density higher, so it has the effect of wind and water resistance.
On the other hand, there is an air mass in the woolen knit fabric in this way. This air mass is like a bird's feather and can also play a role in insulating the cold air. This kind of cloth can absorb half of its weight in water.
Loden Coat is utterly inferior to those British coats in popularity and popularity, but the version is still very recognizable. The color is low-key. Many people say that it is suitable for old men. I don't object to it. As a gentleman with texture and knowledge of clothes, I don't mind having a Loden Coat in the closet.

Sport Coat

Sport Coat will also be called "Odd Jacket", because compared with Suit, the pattern of Sport Coat may be very strange, and the fabric of the pants will be different. Sport Coat and Suit are quite different in many aspects: Suit fabric is smooth and pure, Sport Coat usually uses more textured fabrics (such as coarse woven wool); Suit Jacket generally has no patterns, or only simple, fixed patterns, Sport Coat The patterns are varied (for example, houndstooth). Sport Coat will make yourself look "very different" to show that you are not wearing the wrong coat while emphasizing the nature of sports and leisure.



Blazer must meet specific standards. For example, it can be a solid color (such as navy blue), contrasting piping, or fabric with a striped pattern. In addition, other types of jackets cannot be called Blazer. Badges are also an element that often appears on Blazer to prove that the wearer belongs to an organization (school, club, etc.). Badges are less common on other jackets. Another notable feature of Blazer is that it likes to use buttons with solid contrast, such as gold buttons with anchors or pearl buttons. Ralph Lauren has a soft spot for Blazer, and brands such as Gucci and Brooks Brothers also have Blazer products.


Car Coat

You may have seen this dress often before-it has a long history in men's wardrobes. As you might guess from its name, the car jacket was first invented in the early 1900s to be worn on cars. However, these first iterations have little resemblance to the iterations currently on the shelves. Since the earliest cars were convertible, the first batch of car jackets was long and heavy clothes cut from waterproof materials such as tweed, usually lined with fur to withstand bad weather while driving. These styles are often replaced with equally long and weather-resistant styles, made of lighter linen or wool in summer.
Of course, as cars have evolved to have roofs and heating, and driving is no longer a hobby but a part of daily life, car jackets have also been transformed. The length becomes shorter to accommodate the entry and exit of taller (4x4s) or lower (sports car) cars and provides more versatility for wearing for a whole day of walking after driving. Although heavier materials are being phased out by cotton and nylon, this spirit of weather protection still exists, and treated fabrics and bonded seams have become popular.