This long dark blue quilted men’s coat, with the name Cassiopeia, finds inspiration from a banyan garment. The banyan garment or dressing gown is a coat like garment that men wore at home over their clothes to keep warm and have an informal look. However, a banyan is made of a rich extravagant fabric. We go for a more fun and modern version with quilted lacquer fabric. With its characteristic appearance you will definitely make a statement!
This blue men’s coat has a wide collar. This gives a chic effect. There is a button closure to the knee to keep you warm.
This long dark blue quilted coat has a relaxed cut. The straight shape of this coat with a slightly oversized fit makes it easy to wear. For an elegant look this elegant men’s coat has straight kimono cut sleeves. With your comfort in mind, there are two side pockets.
How to style this long dark blue quilted men’s coat
This handmade long dark blue quilted coat in a lacquer fabric is an eccentric looking piece! It turns a plain outfit into a funky look and feel in an instant. It is easy to wear over almost anything.
Wear this long dark blue quilted men’s coat when going outdoors over our black or dark blue leather look pants for a fun look. The different shades of dark blue and the textures work nicely together. Go for an all blue look together with our long cotton shirt for a quirky outfit.
If you want this oversized men’s coat to have a more fitted look wear it together with a belt. Our Apollo eyelet belts are a go-to item for a tough feel. Go for the black belt for a contrast with blue fabric, the navy belt for a subtle approach, or go for the cobalt blue version for a color that pops!
Here we styled it with our sporty black snap button trousers and a black lace tank top in a funky outfit that will turn heads. Don’t be afraid this outstanding statement men’s coat will clash with your outfit. It will spice up or add more eccentricity to your look!
History of the banyan
A banyan is a garment that European men and women wore in the late 17th and 18th century, influenced by the Japanese kimono brought to Europe by the Dutch East India Company in the mid-17th century. Also called a morning gown, robe de chambre or nightgown, the banyan was a loose, T-shaped gown or kimono-like garment, made of cotton, linen, or silk and worn at home as a sort of dressing gown or informal coat over the shirt and breeches. The typical banyan is cut en chemise, with the sleeves and body cut as one piece. An alternative style of banyan used to be cut like a coat, fitted, with set-in sleeves, and was closed with buttons.