Your outer layer for the coolest months should be as refined as your suits. Here are a few options and to view all six visit Men.Style.com
A black twill version of the military-inspired trench is more urbane than the khaki one in your closet and should be part of your uniform whether you’re in jeans (tie the trench’s belt in back) or a suit (buckle the belt in front).
The Car Coat
When your suit jacket isn’t warm enough, reach for a car coat. Trim through the waist and cropped to about four inches above the knee, it’s less cumbersome than a traditional overcoat – but just as sophisticated.
The Quilted Jacket
The Windowpane Coat
Most guys are averse to pattern, especially on clothing with as much real estate as a coat. But when carefully and artfully applied, it’s not only palatable, it’s also an effortless way to break up a monochrome ensemble.