Investment Coats Belstaff

Investment Coats You’ll Want This Year

¬†Investment Coats You’ll Want This Year

Coats are the foundation of cold weather wear and we’ve scouted 10 of the best for every taste and style. We recommend buying an inexpensive coat that perhaps embraces a trend which can be donated at season’s end and an investment coat for when you have to hold back the cold world.

Belstaff‘s Hadlow Coat gives you top notch polish with an edge with its immaculate tailoring and Cavallo leather accents.


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Want even more edge? Consider a Gareth Pugh coat. Pugh’s wild and dark imagination meld with British tailoring to create coat art. A more traditional version of this of course would be Azzedine Alaia coat.


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Urban, creative types will love Pendleton Mills Siskiyou wool coat in a millrace inspired print. It’s a cool but cuddly option for winter days ahead.

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Marc Jacob’s sequin bottom coats are subtle and glamorous enough to earn the description “timeless.”

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Kate Spade also offers beautiful coats with a bow hidden somewhere in the design.

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If you’re on a budget but have designer aspirations, que up early for H&M’s collaboration with Isabel Marant fight for her coat or one of the large, unraveling yarn sweaters that can double as a coat.

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When it gets cold, stay stylish and warm in the luxurious wool folds of Max Mara camel and cashmere coat.

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Be sure to treat your investment coat well and have it professionally cleaned every season so it serves you many years like an investment should.

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