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It's a warm front, courtesy of our favorite fall and winter coverups for men.


It may not be so simple transitioning from summer's no-nonsense dress-code to fall's more complex layering game. But even the most down-to-earth dandies can cop a minor thrill from road-testing a new coat. As purposeful as they are personable, the best options fulfill dual codes of cool—in look and feel. Our top picks, which range from a classic car coat by Rag & Bone to a more robust version of the bomber by Bless, offer eight great ways to beat the chill with loads of style to spare. Stay tuned for our women's coat roundup next week.


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1. A.P.C. Military-Style jacket, $382, available at A.P.C. in New York City, 131 Mercer Street (between Prince and Spring streets); 212-966-9685, and in Los Angeles, 619 Croft Avenue (between Clinton Street and Melrose Avenue); 323-297-0414.

2. Mike & Chris Marathon cotton canvas peacoat, $360, available at Barneys New York.

3. Patrik Ervell crimson wool Biker Jacket, $650, available at Opening Ceremony, 35 Howard Street, New York City; 212-219-2688.


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4. Bless Hood Jacket, $1,150, available at South Willard, 8038 West Third Street, Los Angeles; 323-653-6153.

5. Acne Modest Wool Bomber, $549, available at Blackbird, 5410 22nd Avenue, Seattle; 206-547-2524.

6. Engineered Garments Mountain Parka, $440, available at Stuart & Wright, 85 Lafayette Street, Brooklyn, 718-797-0011.


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7. Nicholas K Gunner Trench, $799, available at Caravan, 2 Great Jones Street, New York City; 212-260-8189.

8. Tim Hamilton coat, $2,500, available at Bergdorf Goodman, 754 5th Avenue, New York City; 212-753-7300.

9. Rag & Bone Wool Tank Coat, $699, available at Blackbird, 5410 22nd Avenue, Seattle; 206-547-2524.


—Christene Barberich & Piera Gelardi

It's a warm front, courtesy of our favorite fall and winter coverups for men.