Choosing the coat that suits you can be quite difficult.
The trend is a big silhouette with a longer length. I love that too. However, there are bound to be people who prefer something a little more traditional. I'm sure it would be convenient for a businessman to wear it both on and off...I guess that's where it comes in.
What I would like to recommend is this [Traditional Weatherwear] stainless steel collar coat.
Made of a single piece of stretchy polyester material with no lining. In the spring, you can wear it as is over a cut-and-sew or shirt, and in the fall, you can layer it over a jacket.
Talking about some details, the placket is usually made in a fly style, but this one has regular buttonholes. The somewhat casual specifications are also a focus.
A coat with a simple design that can be used for a wide range of purposes, both on and off.
It is fastened around the neck with a chin belt, and you can also enjoy arranging it with a stand collar.
The deep vents are also effective as an accent to the rear view.
It has ventilation under the armpits.
This is a casual brand developed by Mackintosh, a British company famous for its rubberized coats, and is currently releasing a collection that evokes British tradition and contemporary mood. Traditional British outerwear such as quilted jackets and coats are often redesigned from old archives, and there is a wide selection of basic items that can be used every day. We also offer a wide range of raincoats and umbrellas, which is reminiscent of the origin of the term "weatherwear = outerwear that protects you from the rain and wind."