Looking Your Best When It’s Hard to Stay Warm

It’s tough to stay warm without sacrificing the ability to accentuate your best features. How many of us would rather protect ourselves from the cold and resemble a human load of laundry than look fashionable? Probably most of us. The good news is that you don’t have to sacrifice your body’s temperature to stay warm and look cool.

Casual and Business Casual

Being casual doesn't have to mean being colourless. Daniel Hechter Paris’ selection of sporty men's winter jackets are 100 per cent polyester, providing the wind protection you need to stay warm, and the smooth charcoal colour you want to look cool. For those looking for a more subtle presentation, DH offers a clean, casual fit in navy.
There’s a good chance that a jacket alone won’t protect you from the freezing Canadian winter. Keep the rest of your extremities fashionable, yet warm with Bellissimo’s smooth fit lambskin sherpa gloves. Their charming 100 per cent acrylic toque will help keep your head from becoming a block of ice.


Whether at work, or a social function like a hockey game, it’s never a bad time to look like the consummate professional. Jones New York can assist your body’s best fit with this sleek grey, cashmere wool topcoat. If you’re the kind of person who can never have enough storage space, try this modern fit wool car coat.
No matter the occasion, the best way to make the most of a men’s jacket is to have the right accessories to go with it. Need warmth but prefer functionality for your hands? Consider these acrylic and polyester fingerless mittens. Want your neck to look just as sharp but protected against the creeping chill? Try Bellissimo’s beautiful blue tie print scarf.

At Tip Top Tailors, there’s no shortage of jackets and accessories to choose from. Better yet, your options are conveniently categorized so that you can organize your best look for every occasion no matter how hard the weather works against you.
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