A premium trench coat will last you season after season and is one wardrobe staple worthy of investment. Timeless in design, trench coats will smarten up your off-duty game styled simply over a pair of jeans and jumper. The long length will also keep the rain firmly at bay during your work commute so you don’t spend the rest of the day in damp trousers.
They’re an all-round winner and to help you navigate through the endless options available this season, here are 10 of our favourite trench coats for men.
HowickDale Classic Trench Coat£200BUY NOW
Howick Tailored Dale Trench CoatThis double-breasted Howick trench coat is available in either navy or stone and features a large buckle belt for a tailored silhouette. It’s not fully waterproof but does offer enough water resistance to keep you dry through light showers. Style over a suit and team up with a pair of Oxford shoes to complete the look.
Topman Stone Trench CoatThis beige trench coat from Topman shows you don’t have to spend a fortune to get the classic look and it’s one of the best from the high street for under £100. Unlike many others, it’s also machine washable rather than dry clean only so it should also save you some pounds over the coming seasons.
AquascutumnCorby Trench Coat£650BUY NOW
Aquascutum Corby Trench CoatQuintessential British brand Aquascutum was the first to invent waterproof cloth back in 1853 to solve the problems with British weather. This single-breasted trench coat featured military-inspired shoulder epaulettes, alongside adjustable cuff straps and club check lining. Layer over grey suit trousers and a white shirt for an understated look.
Michael KorsMidnight Trench Coat£349.99BUY NOW
Michael Kors Midnight Trench CoatWith hidden buttons, this dark blue single-breasted trench coat by American designer Michael Kors exudes style. Wear it belted up over a printed shirt, skinny jeans and a pair of plimsolls for easy downtime styling.
Hugo BossDan2 Trench Coat£480BUY NOW
Hugo Boss Trench Coat with Wrap BeltInject some colour into your outwear with this mustard yellow cotton trench coat by Hugo Boss. The belt can easily be removed for a dressed down look, just team up with a pair of grey jeans and a plain jumper. If the colour is too bold, the trench coat is also available in navy blue and khaki brown.
BurberryHooded Trench Coat£850BUY NOW
Burberry Cotton-Gabardine Hooded Trench CoatThe list wouldn’t be complete without including Burberry, who are by far the undisputed masters of trench coats and have helped to lead the way in the UK. They may be out of reach to most of us due to the cost, but if you can afford one this is the one to go for. Tailored with a double-breasted front and featuring a storm flap and detachable hood, it’ll make sure you arrive at the office unscathed on those wintry morning.
Pier OneGrey Trench Coat£32.49BUY NOW
Pier One Men's Trench CoatThis grey Pier One men's trench coat is an absolute steal at the price. Offering a slightly less structured look that the others featured, it's a great addition for your downtime wardrobe and can be worn over a pair of black skinny jeans to stay on trend this season.
River IslandTraditional Trench Coat£75BUY NOW
River Island Brown Traditional Trench CoatAnother wallet-friendly option this year comes fresh from River Island. Buckle up this trench coat for workwear style points and then ditch the buckle and tie the two ends for a relaxed off duty look. Add a pair of tan chukka boots and your favourite pair of slim-fit jeans to complete the look.
Alexander McQueenSlim Fit Trench Coat£1,235BUY NOW
Alexander McQueen Slim Fit Trench CoatThis slim-fit trench coat by Alexander McQueen is at the top end of the scale but it’s a seriously luxurious piece. It’s a shorter option than the others on our list, making it versatile enough to transcend through the seasons. For when you are caught in a shower, it’s fully waterproof due to it’s cotton-gabardine construction to give you maximum resistance against the best the British weather has to throw at you.
New LookSingle Breasted Trench Coat£22.49BUY NOW
New Look Trench CoatThis dark green single-breasted trench coat from New Look may be the cheapest on the list but it packs a punch for the price. Doing away with belts and lapels, it offers a modern take on the traditional trench coat style. Featuring a slim-fit cut with a longline design, style over a black turtleneck top and black skinnies to make an impact on your next date night.