Hentsch Man Herringbone Wool Coat

Hentsch Man are readying to enter winter 2013 with a more refined approach to cold-weather dressing.

The brand, best known for their modest yet playful clothing, is opting for monochrome patterns and muted colours in their latest collection. However, with an ethos of wearing clashing prints always looking better than it sounds, this season what they lack in colour they make up for in character.

The label’s Herringbone Wool Coat epitomises this sentiment, with its sturdy structure and textured herringbone pattern in a classic black and white combination. Although technically a tailored jacket, it can be worn with a number of the key trend pieces for this season; like the roll neck. Alternatively, mix textures and wear it over a denim shirt and lightweight sweaters for a layered look.

With the winter fast approaching, it may be obvious to suggest a woolly number, but it seems it isn’t the first port of call for everyone. With initiatives such as Campaign for Wool – headed by patron HRH The Prince of Wales – urging the use of the natural fibre, you can’t go wrong with Hentsch Man’s offering. It’s just the ticket for keeping the old royal chap happy.

The Hentsch Man Herringbone Wool Coat is an exclusive item only sold on hentschman.com.

Hentsch Man Herringbone Wool Coat

Introducing the Hentsch Man Herringbone Wool Coat

Introducing the Hentsch Man Herringbone Wool Coat