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By Olivia Cuccaro | October 5 2016
By Kristen Shirley
Every month, Elite Traveler picks the best of the essentials every man needs in his wardrobe. For October, we’re rounding up the best trench coats. Whether you’re looking for a classic trench, a mac, or a stand-out fashion piece, we’ve got you covered.
It’s been a standby for over 100 years for a reason. If you don’t have a variety of trench coats in classic colors, here’s some inspiration.
Burberry The Sandringham long heritage trench coat, $1,706.50, harrods.com
Jil Sander double-breasted checked trench coat, $1,742, matchesfashion.com
Rick Owens cotton-gabardine trench coat, $2,500, mrporter.com
Acne Studios Melle trench coat, $792, matchesfashion.com
Ermenegildo Zegna Blue Elements light trofeo trench coat
A classic mac is preppy, polished and easy to wear whether it’s raining or not.
Jil Sander single breasted coat, $1,358.74, farfetch.com
Mackintosh waterproof bonded cotton raincoat, $1,370, mrporter.com
Thom Browne classic raincoat, $1,791.17, farfetch.com
Visvim Frank Soutien GORE-TEX® raincoat, $1,535, mrporter.com
Sometimes a classic coat just won’t do. See our favorite runway pieces below.
Dries Van Noten Radley grosgrain-trimmed wool-blend trench coat, $2,420, mrporter.com
E. Tautz double breasted trench coat, $2,420.21, farfetch.com
Gucci double-breasted tartan trench coat, $2,347, matchesfashion.com
J.W.Anderson snail patch trench coat, $1,873.72, farfetch.com
Maison Mihara Yasuhiro plaid burn effect trench coat, $755.39, farfetch.com