According to a recent fashion study, up to 55% of men between the ages of 25 and 35 owned three or more suits. This is because designer suits make the man and fewer things can make as bold of a statement as custom clothing.
However, with winter on the way, you now have to calculate how dress coats will factor into your everyday wardrobe. There are various kinds of dress coats Treat's Squire Shop has to offer: workwear jackets, pea coats, and toggle coats. Yet no dress coat is as well-suited to the well-dressed man's winter wardrobe than the topcoat.
The versatility of a tailored topcoat
Pea coats and toggle coats work well with mens clothing, but they're not all that versatile. That is, a pea coat may be too short when it comes to staying warm in designer suits whereas a toggle coat may be seen as too casual for the workplace. The topcoat, on the other hand, offers plenty of layering ability even with designer suits and it's perfectly capable of keeping you warm no matter the weather.
Need more proof of the topcoat's versatility? Consider these three ways to wear a topcoat this winter season:
All dressed up and nowhere to snow. One of the classiest ways to wear a topcoat is over a gray flannel suit and a heavily-textured tie. The flannel suit will help keep you warm during those chilly date nights while the texture of the tie gives a little pizzazz. Compliment your attire with a pocket square the same color of your topcoat and finish off the outfit with a pair of black classy boots.
Keeping it casual at the holiday party. For a more casual look that's still work-worthy for your company's holiday bash, consider a crewneck sweater and a nice button down. A pair of dark denim jeans and nice leather sneakers or boots class it up while keeping it casual. A watch with an olive strap or another neutral tone will play with the neutral colors of the shirt and pants.
The most colorful time of the year. Playing with colors, especially during the winter when the sky is drab, is always a pleasure. Consider using burgundy as the base color for your outfit. A burgundy sweater paired with a chambray button-down and dark denim jeans will keep you looking stylishly textured, but also warm. Add a pair of chukka boots and you're ready to roll.
Any man can look impressive in custom clothing and tailored suits. However, only you can work your wardrobe the way you do. Take a look at the dress coats at Treats Square Shop today to see how you can stay warm and stylish this winter season.