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Cool cover-ups for summer at House of Fraser
Jun '11
British weather is renowned for its unpredictable behaviour; clear sunny skies can turn to thunderous rain clouds in seconds, leaving clothes damp and moods deflated. There's no need to question the skies this Spring/Summer, with House of Fraser's chic selection of men's designer clothes and coats and jackets – cover-ups that will add a little warmth and endless cool to the dapper gentleman's wardrobe; flawless style come rain or shine…

Utility details and practical hues are a must for the warmer weather, so on cool days a military-inspired coat is essential. Day Birger et Mikkelsen's timeless Carlos jacket is an easy way to work this look, while the Aiden jacket by Tommy Hilfiger is effortlessly on-trend in stylish stone.

For a boost of seasonal colour, Henri Lloyd's vibrant yellow style is perfect and will put a smile on your face. Sticking with citrus, Ralph Lauren's preppy Waimea jacket in orange will brighten up even the dullest days, and is designed in clean-cut cotton for comfort.

Sports-inspired silhouettes are a must for Spring/Summer, and House of Fraser has plenty of men's coats and jackets to suit this story. Pretty Green's edgy white zip-up jacket is luxuriously lightweight and ideal on breezy days. If all else fails, choose a classic baseball style by Levi's for a dash of contemporary cool or one of our House of Fraser leather jackets…

Prefer the polished look? Wardrobe classics like the iconic trench coat or an understated blazer exude a more refined sense of style. The bonded classic mac by Ben Sherman blends a vintage cut with modern finesse – an ultra-sharp finishing touch that will remain chic from year to year. For a 2011 take on tailoring, try Scotch & Soda's rough cotton/linen blazer; a textured design that looks great dressed up and down.

House of Fraser is a department store group with 61 enviable locations across the UK and Ireland. As one of the best known names on the high street, House of Fraser has presented customers with an unrivalled nationwide department store for 160 years.

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