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10 Trendy autumn jackets for men

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10 Trendy autumn jackets for men
As we get into the latter stages of the year, the more stylish forms of outerwear again come to the forefront
Autumn is seen as a period of spending more time indoors as the temperature, hours of daylight and tree foliage all around drop simultaneously. But it’s also a time for new things, new terms at school and university and a new season, both literally and in terms of fashion as “big coat” time rolls around.
Here are some trendy jackets suitable for autumn for more than just keeping yourself warm.

Youthup trenchcoat

Youthup trenchcoat
Keeping things simple yet stylish, this short trench coat has a turndown collar and has button fastening. It also comes in five different colours, depending on your taste and what style you’re after.

Tacvasen fleece lined jacket

Tacvasen fleece jacket
If your aim this autumn is to keep warm whilst also looking good, then this fleece jacket is a great choice. With five different colours to choose from including an autumnal brown. The jacket has a cotton shell and an inside fleece lining to keep you warm when the colder months come around.

Amazon Essentials peacoat

Amazon essentials peacoat
The peacoat is about as synonymous with autumn as browning, falling leaves and very much forms what people may class as “a big coat”. This long sleeve coat is roomy, comes with button-fastening and made from 67% wool, which is more than enough to keep you insulated.

Epsom coat

Epsom coat
Sleek and form fitting, this peacoat has a buttoned design with a traditional notch lapel and two front pockets. It has an internal satin lining and a quality external look, which is perfect for both smarter and casual occasions.

Vogstyle trench coat

Vogstyle trench coat
Designed to fit the natural shape of the body, this trenchcoat has a classic and timeless look. It’s made from 50% wool and 50% polyester, providing it with both warm and fairly flexible material.
Note: double check sizing to ensure the right fit for you.

Tacvasen soft shell jacket

Tacvasen soft shell jacket
Being both softshell and having a fleece lined interior, this jacket is a lighter, comfortable fit that’s great for going on walks and being outdoors. This is complemented by the fact that it’s both waterproof and made from polyester, leaving it flexible.
The jacket also comes with an adjustable hem, arm cuffs and several pockets.

Wenven windbreaker parka jacket

Wenven windbreaker jacket
Parka jackets are a staple of the colder, darker months of the year with their warm and padded designs. This jacket comes with a detachable hood, fleece lining and a waterproof exterior—made to resist the elements, whether that’s wind, rain or snow.

Regatta quilted jacket

Regatta quilted jacket
Made from 100 per cent polyester, this quilted jacket is both form fitting and flexible. It’s a long sleeve design and has a waterproof finish as well as a polyamide lining in the interior.

Amazon Essentials car coat

Amazon essentials car coat
If you’re going for a simple but fashionable look, this long-sleeved car coat is a great choice. Resembling a trenchcoat with a classic lapel and button-down fastening, made from 67% wool, it’s more than enough to keep you warm in the colder months of the year.

Elangcity corduroy fleece jacket

Elangcity corduroy jacket
Made of soft and flexible corduroy material, this jacket is comfortable enough for regular use and has a sherpa lining for warmth. It has a lapel design collar, two side pockets and is great for going out and about this Autumn with a bit of style to boot.
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