Fall In Line


Creative direction Mitchell Webb, photography
assistant Jamie Adams, in collaboration

matches-coats-graphic-1Hoody, jeans, cap, jumper, trousers, scarf, shirt,
roll neck, joggers, trainers, brogues.


I blinked and now it’s November!?

I feel like a Simonian who’s human creator forgot to toggle off the x3 fast forward, not only have I maxed
out on chess skills by spending all night practicing with the grim reaper, but I’ve also been signalling hunger
for what feels like days, however, said human creator still hasn’t let me out of the basement(?). (P.s. If you’ve
never played, this is possibly the weirdest sentence you’ve ever read). But truly, I can’t be the only one who feels
as though I’ve been dragged kicking and screaming out into the cold and been scolded by Mother Nature saying

Reluctantly, I figured if I’m going to accept defeat I may as well do it stylishly, which is where
MATCHESFASHION.COM naturally came into the mix. We all have our ‘go-to’ coat, that universal cape we
throw on at any sign of duress (A.K.A weather that’s cold as balls), my recent sartorial saviour comes in the
form of a Rick Owens Double Breasted Wool Overcoat via MATCHESFASHION.COM.

The common misconception about tailored coats, is that they’re purely for the gentleman who carries
one of those big umbrellas and a briefcase. However, as you well know, all roads lead to divergence on this
blog so I’m showing you how to style a tailored coat with just about any outfit you can muster. Chose classicism
with smart knitwear in a luxury fabric with some check tailored trousers or (my preference) challenge your
comfort zone in a hoody, your favourite jeans and a cap to hide those bags (more on that later…).


Coat, jacket



1 Comment

  1. Terence Webb
    07/11/2016 / 9:44 AM

    👏👏👏 well done xxx

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