The Hammond & Co spring Mac

Craig shows us the perfect mac for spring from Hammond & Co at Debenhams

With Spring in the air it’s time to think about packing away the heavy winter coats and turning to something a little lighter, which will also protect you from that spring rain that we often get. Debenhams have a wide range of mens coats and for this sponsored post I want to show you this mac from the Hammond & Co range.

Made from 60% cotton and 40% polyester this mac is showerproof so you’re going to arrive at your destination as dry as when you left home. Being Hammond & Co, the cut is generous so while I’m generally a size medium I chose this mac in a small. So that’s something to be conscious of when you buy yours.

The mac is a regular fit and is available in size small to XL and also in big and tall sizes. It’s a great classic mac that is going to see you well for a good few years. Easy to wear casually or over a suit it’s also a versatile piece.

It has pockets both internally and externally which are pretty generous and will help you carry all the necessary paraphernalia that the modern man needs on his daily commute.  With some nice detailing such as the button up throat latch, gun flap, cuff straps and branded tortoiseshell buttons there are enough details to add interest but not too many so as to become fussy and annoying.

I’m wearing the mac with a casual look. My camel crew neck sweater is from Burton. The jeans are by Jack and Jones and the tan boots are from Base London.

I’ve accessorised with spectacles from Glasses Direct, bead bracelets and vintage leather bag from Scaramanga.

I hope you approve of the look I’ve put together for you using the Hammond & Co mac. Are you a fan of a mac or do you prefer a different kind of coat for spring? Would you wear it casually as I have or reserve it for a more formal look? Either way I’d love to hear your thoughts so please feel free to leave a comment below.

Thanks for stopping by.

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