Corduroy Jackets for Men

The corduroy jacket is one of the main essentials for your fall casual wardrobe. And for men, with the corduroy jacket’s style, it feels approachable and comfortable,  like an old friend. Corduroy jackets  for men also come in a variety of styles. The styles to choose from include the simple blazer, sport coat, the common hip-length boxy style, more substantial lined corduroy jacket, and more.

Vince Sherpa-Lined Corduroy Jacket
*Neimanmarcus.com

 

Lee Cord Sherpa Jacket
*Asos.com

 

Corduroy jackets for men are most often seen in shades of light and dark brown, caramel, tan, deep green, navy blue, gray, and black.  And corduroy jacket usually made from cotton or cotton blends, though some will be denser than others, some will be lined, and other details may be incorporated from one jacket or designer to the next.  Also, these corduroy jackets, made from fabric that looks as if it is made of small parallel “cords,” is quite warm despite the fact that the jackets are not normally extremely thick like winter coats. The densely woven fabric puts up quite the fight against fall breezes, keeping you comfortable but not overloaded with the bulk of heavier coats and jackets.

Corduroy Jacket
*Americanapparel.com

 

DKNY Jeans Hybrid Corduroy Jacket with Hood
*Zappos.com

 

For men, this corduroy jacket can be wear at the office in friday casual, casual dinner and movie, friday night happy hour at the pub or sunday brunch and afternoon drive in the country. Corduroy jackets for men pair well with denim, cotton chinos, oxford, flannel, denim shirts, or vest, polo,crewneck, v-neck, turtleneck, cardigan.  The more sophisticated styles make a standout addition to a sweater-and-slacks combination, tying an otherwise dull clothing combination together in a way that other jackets could only dream of. The corduroy jacket is more approachable than leather and easier to wear in some cases.