When it comes to the depths of winter, ask yourself: What is your game like with outerwear? Fine? Do you have a windbreaker and one or two bomber jackets on it? Up to you.

Let us know how to do that when the mercury is dipped in the nose, the branches are empty and you need to sharpen your elbows to get the last decent fur. The wrong size. In pink. (Not that there’s anything wrong with going oversized, crazy, or pink.)

For those with a little more Timberland fashion sense, it’s good to get in early and have an overview of this season’s outerwear. This is exactly why we created an edit of the eight must-have styles. These versatile coats shown here offer a balanced mix of classic and modern and protect you from the elements (and the sales track).

The Textured Coat
When winter really comes, even the toughest people wish they could defy the elements in a coat that is more like a carpet.

Fortunately, designers have understood the message and this year you can use textured cashmere and corduroy designs, as well as proven wool and herringbone patterns.

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If you don’t feel like screaming with bold patterns or colors, choosing to express yourself with textures is an effective way to be stylishly cold. Why leave the entire texture to the knitwear?

Combine a sturdy herringbone coat with a coarse Aran knit or a fisherman sweater for more depth in your top half – and combine it with jeans with edges and boots below.

Kacamata Rayban

If you want to create an elegant look that also works overtime in the pub, it is best to let the coat speak. Opt for plain pieces underneath – maybe a black turtleneck and dark blue chinos – and put on a heather gray wool coat to look both cool and effortless. Exchange these leather shoes for chic leather trainers and you have an outfit that you can take with you practically anywhere.