Top Five Men’s Jackets for Fall
The first day of fall has come and gone, and temperatures are starting to dip. It’s time to pull out the fall jacket, if you haven’t already done so. Better yet, hit the mall to check out the latest threads that are making waves in Canada. Trench, bomber, down, peacoats and military jackets are turning heads, so get on these trends before we’re forced to pull out the insufferable Canada Goose coats.
This cashmere and wool trench coat is a good example of the quality craftsmanship of Italian designer Brunello Cucinelli. The soft-shouldered structure creates a comfortable fit that molds to the body, creating a clean, lean silhouette.
Bomber jackets are back this season, and Wallace & Barns designed one that emulates the jackets worn by World War II bomber pilots. Instead of the usual heavy leather, this jacket is made with nylon and cotton for a more casual feel.
Urban Nordic Peacoat
Peacoats have a way of making you look urban and sophisticated without trying too hard. If you’re looking for a new one this season, make your way to Simons. The popular brand Le 31 offers a slick peacoat in two colours: honey and charcoal. These coats are versatile enough to compliment any outfit.
Wool-Blend Down Skeet Jacket
Inspired by shooting jackets, the Bay’s skeet jackets are among their top sellers. While there are a ton of options available, I like the wool-blend down version, which is a good mix between classic country and urban cool.
For those looking for fast fashion, H&M has cheap cargo jackets full of flaps, press-stubs, pockets and drawstrings, which create a relaxed look. Cargo shorts have been out of style for a while now, but cargo jackets are still a popular choice for those looking to add some military accents to their style.