With Indian Summer coming to a close, time to bundle up

With Indian Summer coming to a close, time to bundle up

With Indian Summer drawing to a close, it’s time to bundle up. The City’s multiple microclimates mean full-length coats are rarely necessary, and smart, short coats have the advantage. Less bulk often means more style, both in the cut and how the coat shows off the outfit worn underneath. This season boasts military inspiration, classic revivals and vintage styles.

Click on the picture for a selection of coats.

SHOPS

Asos

  • www.asos.com

Baracuta

  • www.baracuta-g9.com


Burberry

  • 225 Post St., San Francisco
  • (415) 392-2200
  • www.burberry.com

Forever 21

  • 7 Powell St., San Francisco (415) 984-0380 
  • www.forever21.com

Gloverall

  • www.gloverall.com

H&M

  • 150 Powell St., San Francisco
  • (415) 986-4215
  • www.hm.com/us

J. Crew

  • 845 Market St., San Francisco (415) 434-2739
  •  www.jcrew.com


Mr Porter

  • (877) 535 3677
  • www.mrporter.com

Saks Fifth Avenue

  • 384 Post St., San Francisco
  • (415) 438-5252
  • www.saksfifthavenue.com

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made popular by the likes of Steve McQueen

made popular by the likes of Steve McQueen

With Indian Summer coming to a close, time to bundle up

Burberry’s updated and abbreviated take on the duffle features an elegant

Burberry’s updated and abbreviated take on the duffle features an elegant

With Indian Summer coming to a close, time to bundle up

elongated toggle front and an unusual pleated back. From Saks Fifth Avenue or Burberry. $1

elongated toggle front and an unusual pleated back. From Saks Fifth Avenue or Burberry. $1

With Indian Summer coming to a close, time to bundle up

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