There’s hardly a more stylish coat than a peacoat, right? As one of my favourite outerwear, I’ve always owned and used one on a daily basis during the winter season, as it really keeps me warm without compromising my personal style; and it’s nothing like one of those horrible puffer jackets that make you look like a living clone of the Michelin man, instead, they might make you look or feel like a country lord!
The pea coat is also very easy to style in many different ways, you can make it look (more) casual like I did in this post, styled with a thick knitwear and a pair of slim-fit jeans (notice my little personal touch, the high-turn up) or wear it on top of a suit, or a smart-casual attire for a more elegant effect. Because it’s navy, it’s also very easy to colour combine it, and retain its elegance.
Pea coats usually come in different colours (tho the original should be navy) such as black and white, and each brand makes its own twist to it, tweaking the buttons and adding details on the collar for example.
Anyways, these pictures (which my partner took a couple of months ago) were taken in Wiltshire, and they feature me wearing a Joules total outfit: starting with the Seagrove navy peacoat, the coolest knitwear, and a classic wash slim-fit jeans. Finishing it off, I worn a pair of suede low-rise desert boots and to keep me rain-free, a classic Aquascutum umbrella!
WHAT I’M WEARING:
Joules Total Look
JOULES SEAGROVE NAVY PEACOAT (for more jackets by Joules click here)
JOULES GREY KNITWEAR
JOULES LOW-RISE DESERT BOOTS