We all know the saying that clothes makes the man and we all know that the average man will clean up real well when he puts on a nice suit. What you need to know also is that when it gets colder outside, you're going to need to wear a coat and not just any kind of coat but an overcoat. Now if you're really a man of style and sophistication who knows how to dress and present himself, you'll be doing yourself and your public image a huge favor by getting yourself a Mens Full Length Overcoat
to wear over your suits. You see, overcoats come in many styles and lengths but the full length overcoat is the king of the hill in regards to style. The reason being is that when you are walking in the streets of the city, you'll need that extra length that only a Mens Full Length Overcoat will provide you.
A full length overcoat on most men comes all the way down and should cover the calf of your legs providing maximum style and maximum protection from the cold weather. When it comes to buying a full length overcoat of any kind, you should almost always get the size overcoat that your suit size is. So, if you wear a size 42 Regular Suit like I do, you should get a size 42 Regular Overcoat. You don't want the overcoat to be over sized because it won't fit properly and after a while, the construction will start to give way and won't look good anymore. If fact, the overcoat will start to look like you got it second hand. The shoulders of your full length overcoat will start sagging and it'll soon not look very nice. If you get your proper size overcoat, you won't have that problem because overcoats are already sized to be worn over your suit to begin with.
You'll find full length overcoats that come in all kinds of styles from your classic single breasted 3 or 4 Button models made of Wool, Cashmere or a blend of the two fabrics to a full length trench coat made out of waterproofed coated cotton twill with the belted waist and shoulder epaulets or any combination of styles available. If you're going to start off with a full length overcoat, I recommend that you start with the more basic three button single breasted style in either Black or Charcoal that will match with most of your suits. Afterwards you can add different colors and styles to your full length overcoat collection. You will find that once you start getting into the style,feel and look of mens full length overcoats, it won't be long until you start to buy several other styles in different colors and styles for your respectable wardrobe. I'll tell you that when you're walking down that street and you're wearing your full length overcoat and it's not quite freezing outside, you can have it unbuttoned and you'll look no less than a Million Bucks wearing it and showing your suit that's underneath. Women will notice you and Men will envy you if you pull it off correctly.