Fashion Reverie’s Men’s Fall 2020 Coat Roundup

With the onset of the colder months, it is time to start bundling up. However, with the weather being rather erratic, sometimes we need just a light jacket and other times we need heavier insulation. To help endure the wavering temperatures, Fashion Reverie has assembled a list of fall jackets and coats that will keep you styling and profiling before the heavy snow arrives.

Images of Woolrich, Pyer Moss, Wacka Maria, and Casablanca courtesy of their respective brands


After this year’s battle with COVID-19, we are making up for lost time. This fall, people are heading out to shop, dine, and hang with friends. For all of the missed brunch and OOTD summer selfies, we are going above and beyond for the fall flicks. Pyer Moss’ guitar coat is a statement within itself and will bring out your inner rock star. Woolrich’s gives us a two-for-one deal with their reversible buffalo plaid jacket—plaid on one side, and a black bubble jacket on the other. Wacko Maria’s reversible fleece jacket continues the animal print trend from pre-fall while Casablanca’s printed jacket with shearling collar and cuffs (and matching pants) will keep you warm and ready well into the winter.

Images of Pronounce, Suitsupply, Fear Of God Zegna, and TopMan courtesy of their respective brands


If you want a clean look, but don’t want to look too formal, opt for a long coat. Whether a trench or an overcoat, a long coat can dress up an outfit without making it too serious. TopMan’s peach-colored felt topcoat breaks up the monotony of khaki trench coats. SuitSupply’s dark red wool and cashmere overcoat is subtly textured with a herringbone weave. Why? Because the small details matter. Fear Of God teamed up with Ermenegildo Zegna for a collection of reimagined classic pieces, including this single-breasted wool coat. Pronounce hit the ball out of the park with their printed trench. Whether you think the print is chaotic or calming, wither way, it is definitely eye-catching.

Images of Brooklyn Circus, Amiri, A Cold Wall, and Lacoste courtesy of their respective brands


Keeping busy? You would want a coat that blends into your active schedule and enhances the vibe, not restricts it. For the man who likes to be relaxed, but is always on the go, there are a number of options. The wool body and leather sleeves of the Lacoste color block varsity jacket gives you the ease of a young man, with the nostalgia of a mature one. The Brooklyn Circus’ Triple Black Moto is all-black, all serious, and all bad ass. Amiri’s scarf patchwork bomber merges an American silhouette with the reviled silk scarves of Italy. For the outdoorsman, there’s the Clay Compression flight jacket from A-Cold-Wall. Outfitted with cables and pockets galore, you won’t have to worry about carrying your daily gear, even if it is just your cell phone.

Images of Ralph Lauren, Schott, Brett Johnson, and Theory courtesy of their respective brands


If there’s one quintessential coat for the cold months, it is the peacoat. Originally designed to protect sailors on the high seas, the peacoat has become a citizen staple. Schott NYC is one of the most well-known peacoat brands with its traditional broad collar and streamlined welt pockets. Brett Johnson offers a slightly more relaxed version which is softer and more pliable, but just as warm. Ralph Lauren turns up the fashion notch by giving his peacoat a beacon pattern. Theory turns the design on its ear with its plaid pattern and faux shearling collar.

Images of All Saints,Tods, Paul Smith, and Save the Duck courtesy of their respective brands


What’s fall without the puffer, or bubble coat? All Saints has a traditional padded coat in all black. Tod’s has created a high-collared version in military olive green with orange piping. Paul Smith stays true to their sustainability statement and recycled jackets to create their printed puffer. Save The Duck wants to catch everyone’s attention with their duckling yellow version.

—Carl Ayers


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