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Ted Baker's Top AW15 Coats

A year has past and yet again i'm dreaming of the perfect coat. With the unveiling of Ted's AW15 collection of Bombers, Peacoats, Statement Coats, and Quilted Jackets, I'm ready to give last year's winner to the local charity shop to make room for 1 or 2 of these standout outerwear pieces.

Ovid Leather Bomber Jacket 

Of course the cream of the crop of Bomber Jackets is this Ovid Leather Bomber Jacket. The distinct smooth finish and colour will announce your arrival, and the biker element will exude your maverick streak. Slip on this outerwear essential over a check shirt and textured jumper for extra insulation on chilly days.

Ossain Peacoat 

The front runner from the Peacoat range is this effortlessly dapper herringbone Ossain Peacoat. The devil is in the detail with this contemporary classic such as the printed lining, the buckle finish on the sleeves and the front hand warmer pockets. It has that mod-ish quality and can be layered flamboyantly with contrast floral pocket squares or neck ties.

Alamo Wool Overcoat 

The concession of Statement jackets are a personal favourite. In a sumptuous Dark Red, Ted's textured wool overcoat is ideal for city gents with classic countryside sensibilities. With crisp thinning lapels, nuanced printed lining, it takes no prisoners. Single-vented for added fit, branded buttons and a micro design pattern puts this overcoat in a different class.

Kirklan Quilted Jacket 

This Kirklan Quilted Jacket is the cat’s pyjamas from the Quilted concession. Probably the most practical of numbers with plenty of pockets for daytime essentials, and comes quilted for a touch of classic countryside cool. Falling on the casual side of smart, to be rocked with a good stone wash denim and maybe a hit of Ted's own cologne.

Peter Brooker

Peter is a published author on men's style, writer for the Metro Online, a huge James Bond fanatic and the host of our very own MenswearStyle podcast show.

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