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Trench Coat Guide - How To Wear & Buy A Burberry or Aquascutum Trenchcoat

Click here to get to the full trench coat guide http://gentl.mn/ultimate-trench-coat-guide Check out our in-depth review on Burberry trench coats, both modern and vintage! https://gentl.mn/2hluCM1 If you like the Knit tie I am wearing, click on the link below Knit Tie in Solid Pale Yellow Silk: https://gentl.mn/2lGkY6q Today, we discuss the 15 hallmarks of a quality authentic trench coat, how to buy it and everything you need to know about this iconic garment. Today, the trench coat is popular with men and women all over the world. Just like with many other garments, it is unclear what the exact history of the trench coat is. Basically, we have Aquascutum, Macintosh and Burberry all in there. Today, you can find a trench coat in all kinds of variations from different companies in different qualities and different details. The goal of this video is to help you find a trench coat that is as authentic as possible that suits your style. So what are the 15 hallmarks of an authentic trench coat? 1. Today the most popular type of trench coat material is called Gabardine which was invented by Thomas Burberry around the middle of the 19th century. It's a tightly woven fabric that is supposed to withstand rain and keep you dry. Another option that's very popular especially with Burberry's coats is 51% cotton and 49% polyester. This material has a great track record of standing up to the elements and therefore, it's also recommended. 2. When it comes to color, the iconic trench coat has this kind of khaki, camel color. However, you also find trench coats in navy, black, red, green and basically, any other colors. 3. Sleeve style. Trench coats come with many different sleeve styles. The two most popular ones are either the raglan sleeves and it's characterized by the fact that the sleeve goes all the way over the shoulder and are sewn together at the back of my neck. The alternative has a shoulder seam right at the shoulder. 4. Double breasted trench coat. 5. Epolets. Epolets are these little tabs on the shoulder. This is something that highlights an authentic trench coat. 6. Gun flap. Originally was used to prevent the garment from getting wet or to actually button over your trench coat like so to prevent the water from running inside and getting it wet. 7. Hook and the throat latch. It truly allows you to keep everything really closed so you are protected. 8. D rings on the belt which were actually little rings on the belt of the trench coat which were used for all kinds of things like water bottles, grenades and anything else that you wanted to carry. 9. Sleeve straps. They are simply there to make your sleeves tighter to keep out the wind and keep you warm. 10. Deep yoke back. The reason to have a deep yoke back is to keep the water away from you and to keep you dry. 11. Wedge back - helps to keep the wind out even if you unbutton it and the buttons are there so you can close it. If you want you can open it if you need a greater range of movement. 12. Pockets. A real trench coat should have accessible pockets from outside and from the inside. That way, no matter if you wear it buttoned or unbuttoned, you can always reach your pockets. 13. Leather buckles. Sometimes you can find trench coats with metal buckles but usually they are always covered in leather. Brown or black or whatever works but look for leather buckles. 14. Checked lining. For example, Aquascutum has a famous blue and kind of mustard yellow lining versus Burberry has a so called nouveau check which is black, red and beige and white. 15. Made in England. If you want to buy a genuine, made in England trench coat, I suggest you go with trench coats pre 1999 from Burberry. One big problem when buying a trench coat is sizing so if you want to buy one, especially on eBay or on other places remotely, make sure you know the measurements. Now you may wonder which kind of trench coat should I buy? There are a number of different ones out there. You can get one from Acquascutum, from Macintosh, from Burberry and personally I think, the old Burberry and Acquascutum are the most authentic ones and those are the ones I would buy. ======================================= To never miss any of our videos again, sign up here for free: http://gentl.mn/1RYMTNa Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette ======================================= Gentleman's Gazette http://gentl.mn/1W7VTQ4 http://www.gentlemansgazette.com/ Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/gentlemansgazette Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gentlemansgazette/ FREE EBOOK: http://gentl.mn/1RYMTNa

Overcoat, Topcoat, Greatcoat, Body Coat, Tailcoat, Morning Coat: Terminology & Differences Explained

See our written guide, here: https://gentl.mn/overcoat-topcoat-greatcoat-explained Get your hands on the gloves I'm wearing: https://gentl.mn/2lAIceT 1. Overcoat Traditionally, that means it was a fabric that was heavier than 30 ounces per yard so it was really quite heavy and the goal was to keep you warm during cold winters. It was always so long that at least covered your knees and sometimes would go all the way down to the ankles. The first overcoat as we know it today was probably the Chesterfield. It was invented sometime around the 19th century, and today, they're very popular, mostly as single breasted with a velvet collar. In terms of styling features, there's really nothing you can't do. Patch pockets go well with a more casual fabric like the one I'm wearing here, right now. On the other hand, if you have a navy blue cashmere overcoat, probably flap pockets are better. When you have double-breasted, go with peak lapels, with single-breasted, you got to have notched lapels or peak lapels depending on what style you're going for. Unlike regular suit jackets, overcoats have something called the Ulster collar, and you can see it here on the trench coat. That means, it's like a notched lapel, but they go out very far. 2. Body coats It is either a tailcoat, a morning coat, or a frock coat. It has the name body because it's tailored so it sits very closely to your body, and it's a garment that is very formal in any case and therefore, you hardly see it anymore today. The best place to see morning coats is the Royal Ascot horse race in England or if you want to see a tailcoat, you have to go to a white tie ball, and frock coats are even older and mostly not worn by people anymore. 3. Great coat A heavy overcoat with a military heritage. Greatcoats include a British warm which is what I'm wearing here right now. Such as an Ulster or widely cut, double-breasted overcoats with a distinct v button silhouette. They're usually cut without any waist suppression meaning, they're very loosely fitting, they're heavy, and they're draping well. The whole idea was to create a garment that looked impressive and kept the men in the military protected at all times. Greatcoats are always double breasted because the military had this double breasted shape which is supposed to be more powerful and more impressive. You can also find epaulettes or other military hallmarks such as throat latches. For example, this overcoat here has the epaulettes which is part of the military heritage. If you like history, and you want an overcoat that keeps you warm, I can really recommend a British warm or another kind of greatcoat with a heavy fabric because they will last you for the years to come and always looks good and different from what other people are wearing. 4. Topcoat Technically, a topcoat used to be a lightweight over garment that was made of fabric that was 18 ounces or about 500 grams or less. Now back in the day, that was a lightweight, outerwear fabric. Today, it's actually a heavy outerwear fabric. Topcoats are typically only trench coats such as the one you can see here which is made of cotton gabardine. The idea of distinction was to have something that was really heavy for winters and something that was more lightweight for in between seasons in fall and spring. You should definitely have at least one topcoat and one overcoat in your wardrobe because they're just meant for different seasons, they have different weights, and they feel very different as well. #overcoats #topcoats #notsponsored _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Most Popular videos: How to accept a compliment - https://youtu.be/_EKXNmM1PUo 101 things that change when you dress up - https://youtu.be/JyGDd_iYaCI How to tie a Bow Tie - https://youtu.be/2I3cfa0BOOc _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Want to stay updated? Sign up here for free: https://gentl.mn/2d8sZlO Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Gentleman's Gazette https://gentl.mn/2dsRJoS https://www.gentlemansgazette.com/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentlemansgazette Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/gentlemansgazette FREE EBOOK: https://gentl.mn/2d8sZlO

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How Should An Overcoat or Peacoat Fit? - Men's Clothing Fit Guide - Topcoat

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Unboxing My Burberry Trench

Picked up my new Burberry Trench on Oct 26, 2016 at Holt Renfrew Vancouver. Trench: Sandringham Mid Length size 50

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Item specifics

Gender: Men
Outerwear Type: Trench
Cuff Style: Conventional
Clothing Length: Regular
Closure Type: Double ed
Fabric Type: Broadcloth
Hooded: No
Collar: Turn-down Collar
Sleeve Length(cm): Full
Decoration: Pockets
Sleeve Style: Regular
Pattern Type: Solid
Style: Fashion
Type: Slim
Lining Material: Polyester
Detachable Part: None
Material: Cotton,Polyester
Thickness: Standard

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