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The coat is a statement piece, the garment seen before any other, setting the tone for the outfit and look constructed for that day or occasion. So it’s essential to find one that’s versatile and adaptable from the office to the club and anything else in between. Durable fabrications, neutral tones and trans-seasonal prints allow for the coat to be an investment piece. Our outerwear this season comes in a variety of lengths and weights, so when thinking of your winter essential, we’ve got you covered in more ways than one.
Autumn brings with it rustic shades and calmer hues with tonal transitions from berry brights to plum colour schemes. Crisp, cold air and leaves scattered on the ground, see us move from the bold to the rich, such as warm neutrals. Think grey, a perfect tone, spanning the spectrum from light to dark. It can be worn with a variety of colours and even looks great contrasting and conflicting against other shades. For warmer accents think copper brown or khaki green. Pattern can be incorporated into looks with subtle, herringbone, Prince of Wales check, and houndstooth all make for great additions to outfits and are timeless classics that age well. Select an item that fits and flatters, that suits and doesn’t swamp.
A slim line navy Farrell overcoat instantly sharpens up an ensemble. An option that can be dressed up or dressed down. Paired here with a shirt and tie combo. Patterns are incorporated into the look via the check scarf and pork pie hat. Quality and durability comes into play with real leather gloves and brogues to complete the look.
The light grey parka is ideal for the wet weather with a detachable faux fur hood and fabric perfect to combat the rain. The head and hands are kept warm with a bobble hat and wool mix, herringbone gloves. For footwear, utilitarian influences creep in via the black work wear inspired boots, while for knitwear, the tuck stitch Farrell jumper plays on the casual approach and injects color into the proceedings.
The Farrell collection's perfect for the autumn season. Such as this navy double-breasted pea coat, which sits perfectly on the fence of the smart and casual. A great throw-on jacket that can be worn over a well-layered outfit. Seen here with a checked shirt, black skinny jeans and hightop brogue boots. Layered looks doesn’t have to mean bulky and when buying the right jacket layers can be kept light if the coat provides enough protection from temperatures.