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Introducing Guards London Outerwear

Last updated: 12-06-2018

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Introducing Guards London Outerwear

Written by Menswear Style in Brands on the 25th January 2018 / Introducing Guards London Outerwear

There are plenty of brands out there that offer stylish outerwear for men, but it’s the refined detailing of Guards London’s coats that make this brand one to look out for in 2018. With just five styles to its name, they prioritises true quality over quantity, and it really does show.

Founded in London’s Spitalfields, Guards London place emphasis on classic tailoring with hand-picked materials that are cut to chest size. Championing water resistant fabrics and rubberised buttons, their coats are all about attention to detail. Each garment is also finished with a signature sword motif, subtly embroidered under the collar for a really refined and unique finish.

It’s this kind of craftsmanship that shows this is a brand that wants to celebrate its roots. But Guards London are still determined to remain innovative and current. The team are continuously developing and perfecting their processes so that when they put words like ‘timeless’ to their name, they really mean it. Each coat is manufactured in cutting edge factories that specialise in design-led products. So, you can imagine the great finish on these products – they’re faultless.

As a result of this kind of forward-thinking, Guards London’s signature coat, The City Rain Coat is as adaptable as they come. Its removable Gilet boasts Thinsulate™ technology - which works by retaining body heat and allowing moisture to escape simultaneously - making this a raincoat a staple for all seasons. Similarly, the quilt-lined Winter Rain Coat offers an extra layer of insulation while the Gilet means it’s still wearable in those transitional periods throughout the year. This raincoat’s camoflage detailing adds a stylish aesthetic that highlights the adaptability of the product itself.

It’s no surprise then that we’re beginning to see the likes of Made in Chelsea’s Hugo Taylor and Saracens rugby player, Nathan Earle sporting The City Raincoat in the past year or so. And with an impressively affordable price tag for such a quality product, we’re sure this is just the start of things to come for Guards London - watch this space.

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