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Is It Worth It? - The Burberry Trench Coat - Review by Gentleman's Gazette

Is the new Burberry trench coat for you? https://gentl.mn/burberry-trench-coat TRENCH COAT GUIDE: https://gentl.mn/2yO608N GOYARD & I: https://gentl.mn/2hM0nwX 10 MUST HAVE CLOTHING ITEMS: https://gentl.mn/2gftCIi SHOP THE VIDEO: 1. Two-Tone Knit Tie in Charcoal and Cognac Yellow Changeant Silk - https://gentl.mn/2hIQKzj 2. Eagle Claw Cufflinks with Tiger's Eye Balls - https://gentl.mn/2wZCOY5 3. Fort Belvedere Racing Gloves - https://gentl.mn/2zP17sM 4.Shadow Stripe Ribbed Socks Light Brown and Blue - https://gentl.mn/2yrMI81 Thomas Burberry wasn’t quite the inventor of the trench coat but his name became synonymous and he popularized it and therefore, today, if people think about a trench coat, the first thing that comes to mind is a Burberry trench coat. The company has been making trench coats for over 150 years, they've been around since 1856 and it's just an iconic garment. The classic Burberry double breasted trench coat today costs eighteen hundred and ninety five dollars in the Burberry website. Yes, you should definitely go with a double-breasted version because that's the original. The current heritage models they offer have the typical Novacek, they also added it underneath the collar which looks nice if you like it popped up, but also the lining is Novacek. Novacek is a name for a specific tartan that is usually associated with Burberry, although it's also imitated by other companies. Unlike in previous years, this trench coat is made in England as the original one and it is made out of a hundred percent cotton gabardine which is a fabric Thomas Burberry invented or at least became famous and well known for, and it's the ideal material you want for a trench coat. The great thing about a modern Burberry trench coat is that it comes in four lengths as well as four fit styles. Now, the fit of all Burberry trench coats is slimmer than it used to be it's simply an adaptation to modern times which in my opinion, is not a bad thing because you want to trim look that flatters your body line. The relaxed fit is definitely the widest fit they offer and it's made for layering, so if you wear jackets underneath a lot, maybe a sweater or a cardigan, this is the fit you should get. The classic fit is more tapered in the waist yet you can still wear a suit jacket underneath of it. The slim fit is a slimmest fit they offer and it's not meant to be worn with something underneath but it creates a very nice if you shape. Last but not least, there's a tailored fit. the tailored fit is somewhere between a classic fit and a slim fit. In terms of a length, the original trench coat was quite long and ranged from ankle length, all the way up to knee length. Today, Burberry’s lengths are much shorter. So is it worth to get the Burberry trench coat? Every gentleman should have a trench coat but it doesn't necessarily have to be Burberry. Fortunately, it won't go out of style and Burberry is associated with the original. Even though almost 1900 dollars for a cotton overcoat is quite a bit of money, you'd consider the cost per wear as this garment can be worn in every transitional season between fall winter, and spring summer. On the other hand, if you want a flattering fit and you want to choose between the different lengths and the fits, and if you have the money, it’s definitely worth it. It's a good investment, it won't go out of style, and you won't regret your purchase. So are vintage Burberry trench coats worth it? Yes, absolutely! No matter your budget everyone can afford that one. You can find them at flea markets or maybe on eBay, just make sure you're able to return them. As always, it pays to know the measurements of the garment as well as your own so you'll find something that fits. So at the end of the day, is a Burberry trench coat worth it? New, it is not worth it if you want the original length and the original width and fullness however, if you want the modern fit and if you have the money, it's definitely worth it. if you go with a vintage trench coat, it is definitely worth it because it will never go out of style you can always wear it. the cost per wear is low and it’s just a classic staple that every man should have. #isitworthit #burberrytrenchcoat #notsponsored --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Want to stay updated? Sign up here for free: https://gentl.mn/2gbM3gV Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Gentleman's Gazette https://gentl.mn/2yo0XJd Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gentlemansgazette FREE EBOOK: https://gentl.mn/2gbM3gV

16 Overcoat Do's & Don'ts - Gentleman's Gazette

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Trench Coat Guide - How To Wear & Buy A Burberry or Aquascutum Trenchcoat

Click here to get to the full trench coat guide http://gentl.mn/ultimate-trench-coat-guide Check out our in-depth review on Burberry trench coats, both modern and vintage! https://gentl.mn/2hluCM1 If you like the Knit tie I am wearing, click on the link below Knit Tie in Solid Pale Yellow Silk: https://gentl.mn/2lGkY6q Today, we discuss the 15 hallmarks of a quality authentic trench coat, how to buy it and everything you need to know about this iconic garment. Today, the trench coat is popular with men and women all over the world. Just like with many other garments, it is unclear what the exact history of the trench coat is. Basically, we have Aquascutum, Macintosh and Burberry all in there. Today, you can find a trench coat in all kinds of variations from different companies in different qualities and different details. The goal of this video is to help you find a trench coat that is as authentic as possible that suits your style. So what are the 15 hallmarks of an authentic trench coat? 1. Today the most popular type of trench coat material is called Gabardine which was invented by Thomas Burberry around the middle of the 19th century. It's a tightly woven fabric that is supposed to withstand rain and keep you dry. Another option that's very popular especially with Burberry's coats is 51% cotton and 49% polyester. This material has a great track record of standing up to the elements and therefore, it's also recommended. 2. When it comes to color, the iconic trench coat has this kind of khaki, camel color. However, you also find trench coats in navy, black, red, green and basically, any other colors. 3. Sleeve style. Trench coats come with many different sleeve styles. The two most popular ones are either the raglan sleeves and it's characterized by the fact that the sleeve goes all the way over the shoulder and are sewn together at the back of my neck. The alternative has a shoulder seam right at the shoulder. 4. Double breasted trench coat. 5. Epolets. Epolets are these little tabs on the shoulder. This is something that highlights an authentic trench coat. 6. Gun flap. Originally was used to prevent the garment from getting wet or to actually button over your trench coat like so to prevent the water from running inside and getting it wet. 7. Hook and the throat latch. It truly allows you to keep everything really closed so you are protected. 8. D rings on the belt which were actually little rings on the belt of the trench coat which were used for all kinds of things like water bottles, grenades and anything else that you wanted to carry. 9. Sleeve straps. They are simply there to make your sleeves tighter to keep out the wind and keep you warm. 10. Deep yoke back. The reason to have a deep yoke back is to keep the water away from you and to keep you dry. 11. Wedge back - helps to keep the wind out even if you unbutton it and the buttons are there so you can close it. If you want you can open it if you need a greater range of movement. 12. Pockets. A real trench coat should have accessible pockets from outside and from the inside. That way, no matter if you wear it buttoned or unbuttoned, you can always reach your pockets. 13. Leather buckles. Sometimes you can find trench coats with metal buckles but usually they are always covered in leather. Brown or black or whatever works but look for leather buckles. 14. Checked lining. For example, Aquascutum has a famous blue and kind of mustard yellow lining versus Burberry has a so called nouveau check which is black, red and beige and white. 15. Made in England. If you want to buy a genuine, made in England trench coat, I suggest you go with trench coats pre 1999 from Burberry. One big problem when buying a trench coat is sizing so if you want to buy one, especially on eBay or on other places remotely, make sure you know the measurements. Now you may wonder which kind of trench coat should I buy? There are a number of different ones out there. You can get one from Acquascutum, from Macintosh, from Burberry and personally I think, the old Burberry and Acquascutum are the most authentic ones and those are the ones I would buy. ======================================= To never miss any of our videos again, sign up here for free: http://gentl.mn/1RYMTNa Want to see more videos? Subscribe to our channel! http://www.youtube.com/user/thegentlemansgazette ======================================= Gentleman's Gazette http://gentl.mn/1W7VTQ4 http://www.gentlemansgazette.com/ Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/gentlemansgazette Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/gentlemansgazette/ FREE EBOOK: http://gentl.mn/1RYMTNa

Unboxing My Burberry Trench

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How Should An Overcoat or Peacoat Fit? - Men's Clothing Fit Guide - Topcoat

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Item specifics

Gender: Men
Outerwear Type: Trench
Cuff Style: Conventional
Clothing Length: Regular
Closure Type: Double Breasted
Fabric Type: Broadcloth
Hooded: No
Collar: Turn-down Collar
Sleeve Length(cm): Full
Decoration: Pockets
Sleeve Style: Regular
Pattern Type: Solid
Style: Fashion
Type: Slim
Lining Material: Polyester
Detachable Part: None
Material: Cotton,Polyester
Thickness: Standard

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