As you may already know, I am a big believer in fashion history and masculine menswear. The trench coat is one of those pieces that just exemplifies how I see menswear. Probably the most formal of all the jackets I’ve shown, traditional trenches are double breasted, have a large collar, and a belt. During WWI, the trench coat was developed as an alternative to the heavy wool coats worn by British and French soldiers. During the 50s, the once wartime jacket was commonly worn as an overcoat over a suit and became a staple piece of the businessman’s uniform. For this rainy day look, I decided to put together a modern version of the 50s businessman look.
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