Outerwear that will keep you warm through late winter and spring.
It’s almost impossible to not start thinking about spring midway through the Canadian winter, but we usually forget the miserable transition period: cold and snowy one day, slightly warmer and wet the next. That’s why a good jacket is still a necessity, all the better if it has options for increased comfort and is stylish to boot.
WARMER The clean lines and trim silhouette of this charcoal virgin wool Boss coat ($795) mean it’s versatile enough for all types of weather and a half-belt stitched into the back lend sit a shape and structure that makes it fine for stepping out on the town. If the wind is blowing hard, a throat lat ch is hidden beneath the full collar to stay cozy. But if you need a bit more heat, an Ermenegildo Zegnamer lot and grey scarf ($475) will do the trick.
WARM Late winter and spring is a time for rain and plenty of it, but it will just run off this lightly padded Harry Rosen nylon coat ($1,298), which has a zip-away storm hood for added protection from the elements. It’s also easily stored since you can simply roll it up when travelling. Complete the look with a BOSS sport jacket ($395), blue cotton Br ax trousers ($235) and checked J. P. Til ford dress shirt ($185)
WARMEST The words park a and luxury rarely go together, but this grey wool B run el lo Cu ci nelli version ($6,895) of the tried-and-tested winter coat certainly fits the bill. The parka is quilted with fined own and has a taupe nylon lining, while the quilted hood has a brown wool en lining and coyote fur trim. And if you need to warm up your hands after a quick text, the pockets are wool-lined. A beige sport coat ($4,295), cardigan ($2,350) and casual trousers ($675) lock in the look.