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Should you fancy emulating Steve McQueen and Ryan Gosling (and why wouldn’t you?) reach for the sailor’s favorite. ‘Pea’ refers not to veg, but the pilot cloth the coat was originally crafted from, then contracted to P-jacket by naval quartermasters. You may never wear one on deck, but the best are still storm-ready, built from heavy duty wool and feature an oversized collar to turn up against sea spray.

The one that i'm wearing here from the famous British brand PEREGRINE known as their highly quality clothing, Every step from their very first design to the finishing stitch has been executed  in the UK and they are extremely proud of this.was established as a brand in 1956 as a separate entity from the manufacturing business. It is still very much a family brand, Tom Glover, current managing director and designer took over the company. Let's get back to the Peacoat and the way you can wear it, it works with tailoring, but for weekends (or casual offices) stay nautical with a cable knit roll neck and heavy boots.

For the accessories i choosed  put those luxurious  STATEOPTICALCO sunglasses as they became my favorites since i received theme, is a first-of-its-kind brand of luxury American eyewear built from the
ground up in Chicago . their frames are meticulously handcrafted to be a genuine expression of one's personal style and distinct personality. You can visit there website to take look about their amazing products .

Peacoat by PEREGRINE  Shop here 

Sunglasses by STATEOPTICALCO  Shop here 

Watch by DanielWillington Shop here


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