Man With a Mission.
Even a matter-of-fact sort of chap, when he puts on a proper trenchcoat, can feel a difference.
A man who puts on a trenchcoat is naturally inclined to become a bit braver, a bit kinder. Part of the reason, of course, is that the trenchcoat was in all those black-and-white movies. But it wouldn’t have been in those movies if it didn’t have the right stuff to begin with.
English-Style Trenchcoat (No. 5638), with authentic storm flaps, epaulettes, and D-rings, like the one in the scene where they say goodbye at the airport, the sound of propellers turning. Double-breasted. Fully-lined. Aged brass hardware.
N.B. I had this made up in tightly-woven cotton twill that repels wind and water but is much lighter and softer than the usual gabardine, and has an experienced look. Imported.
Pairs well with The English Umbrella (No. 5195).