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Sartorial Era

For the third ‘Wardrobe Classics’ piece, I’ve picked the traditional ‘Pea Coat’. You’ll recognise a good Pea Coat quite quickly in store and when you do, you just have to try them on. All of them. Sorry Daniel.

They’re short, double breasted and sometimes with long side pockets. They’re usually quite thick and buttoned too. I don’t know if it’s because sailors used to wear them (can you see the resemblance) but I’ve suddenly become such a huge fan of them in navy. They look great with jeans, or greys, reds, tans, white and… more navy. 


Pea Coat: Gap Wool Pea Coat, price £89.98 (above) *Get 20% off when you sign up for their newsletter

Top: H&M Jeans: River Island, Trainers: Adidas Superstar, price £67 (above)

From now until this coming Spring there’s a wealth of new Pea Coat designs in stores. There’s a colour, cut and fabric to suit all budgets so here’s what I’m loving this season whether you’ve £25 or £175.

New Look Button Detail Pea Coat, Price £44.99 (above)

ASOS Felt Touch Pea Coat, Price £25

Warehouse Navy Pea Coat, Price £90 (above)

ASOS Grey Pea Coat, Price £25 (above)

Monki 60’s Ursina Pea Coat, Price £65 (above)

John Lewis Dark Green Short Pea Coat, Price £99 (above)

Mango Double Breasted Pea Coat, Price £36 (above)

French Connection Milo Melton Peacoat, Price £175 (above) 

2 Responses

  1. Thank you for these classic pea coats with jeans………. they look pretty awesome.
    I prefer to go with Tom’s Wear brand for the comfort pea coats, it has.

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