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The coat is a statement piece, the one seen before any other, setting the tone for your outfit or look of the day. So it’s essential to find one that’s versatile, working from the office to the club and everywhere else in between. Long-lasting fabrics, neutral tones and multi-season prints make the coat a great investment piece. This season our outerwear comes in lots of lengths and weights--so when you think of your winter must-have, we’ve got you covered in more ways than one.
Fall brings rustic shades and calmer hues with tonal transitions from berry brights to plum colors. Crisp, cold air and scattered leaves see us move from the bold to the rich, like with warm neutrals. Think gray: a perfect tone, spanning the spectrum from light to dark. It goes beautifully with lots of colors, and even looks great against other neutrals. For warmer accents, think copper brown or khaki green. Patterns like subtle herringbone, Prince of Wales check, and houndstooth blend well into your looks and are timeless classics that will work for you for years. Choose pieces that fit and flatter, that suit you and don’t swamp you.
A slim line navy Farrell overcoat instantly ups your style game. An option that you can dress up or down. Paired here with a shirt and tie combo. Patterns are added to the look with the check scarf and porkpie hat. Quality and durability come into play, with genuine leather gloves and oxfords to finish the look.
The light gray parka is perfect for wet weather, with a detachable faux fur hood and great rain-fighting fabric. Keep your head and hands toasty with a bobble hat and wool-mix herringbone gloves. For footwear, go utilitarian with black workwear-inspired boots; with your knits, the tuck stitch Farrell sweater keeps it casual and injects some color.
The Farrell collection's perfect for the fall season. Like this navy double-breasted pea coat, a perfect blend of dressy 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 high-top wingtip boots. "Layered" looks don’t have to mean "bulky": when buying the right jacket, layers can stay light if your coat gives enough protection from plunging temperatures.