Continuing our search of the web's most affordable goods, we present five wool topcoats priced under $300.
Highsnobiety's Affordable Alternatives series aims to bring our readers on trend alternatives to high end fashion at a price that everyone can afford. Once the preserve of suited businessmen, the formal topcoat has crossed over to the world of streetwear in recent years, thanks to the work of a certain Mr West, who has been pairing his favored wool overcoats with hoodies and sneakers for years. While these coats are often styled as part of stuffy, formal looks, they'll look dope when paired with sneakers, sweats and jeans for a refined streetwear look. Here's five of our favorites that come in under $300.
Check out the pieces below and head over to our Affordable Alternatives series for more affordable high fashion pieces - including genuine leather jackets, elongated tees, all-black sneakers and selvedge denim, amongst others.
An easy to wear tailored, fitted topcoat crafted from a 80/20 wool/polyamide blend. This piece will work with pretty much anything you can throw at it - dressed up with shirting and tailored trousers, dressed down with hoodies and tees or somewhere in between with knits or turtle necks. A staple piece that you'll be wearing for years, get it here.
The fast fashion retailer add a detachable fur collar to a single breasted 100% wool overcoat for some obnoxious baller vibes. Wear it with black tailoring for razor sharp opulence or remove the fur and dress it down with sweatpants, Tres Bien style. Cop yours.
Adding contrast panelling to a wool topcoat, we'd pair this piece with an all-black getup, finished with leather sneakers to really play off that leather-look detailing. Buy yours here.
The militarywear OGs at Alpha have been making authentic army gear for years, and their genuine take on the USN peacoat has been constructed from a hefty 26oz wool blend that will serve you well when the temperatures plummet. We'd dress this down this with grey sweaters, washed denim and sneakers but it'll look just as good with shirting and tailored trousers. Get yours here.
A double breasted overcoat with wide lapels and a rich herringbone fabric, if you like to keep things minimal and black and white then this is the coat for you. We'd pair this with slim black jeans, white shirting and black knits, Saint Laurent style. Cop it here.
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