Sort by recommendedSort
You are browsing by:
Paul Smith Coat With Removable Wool Waistcoat - Blue
Paul Smith
Coat With Removable Wool Waistcoat - Blue
£1,165£699(40% off)
Printemps.com
Paul Smith Reefer Coat - Blue
Paul Smith
Reefer Coat - Blue
£319Sold out
Selfridges
Paul Smith Wool Herringbone Overcoat - Blue
Paul Smith
Wool Herringbone Overcoat - Blue
£770Sold out
MATCHESFASHION.COM
Paul Smith Short Mac - Black
Paul Smith
Short Mac - Black
£419Sold out
Harrods
Paul Smith Wool Peacoat - Blue
Paul Smith
Wool Peacoat - Blue
£720Sold out
Selfridges
Paul Smith Wool Pea Coat - Blue
Paul Smith
Wool Pea Coat - Blue
£265Sold out
Farfetch
Paul Smith Epsom Coat - Black
Paul Smith
Epsom Coat - Black
£650Sold out
Selfridges
Paul Smith Coats - Blue
Paul Smith
Coats - Blue
£450Sold out
YOOX
Paul Smith Detachable-lining Wool Coat - Blue
Paul Smith
Detachable-lining Wool Coat - Blue
£915Sold out
MATCHESFASHION.COM
Paul Smith Ps Reversible Mac Coat - Black
Paul Smith
Ps Reversible Mac Coat - Black
£295Sold out
John Lewis and Partners

Showing 47 of 47

Give your coats collection an instant upgrade with on-trend additions from Paul Smith. Paul Smith uses only high quality materials for its coats, such as wool, ensuring each piece looks as good as it feels. Coats from Paul Smith are the finishing touches your wardrobe has been missing. Each collection focuses on staple pieces which deliver on both style and versatility, and are sure to become a mainstay in your wardrobe. Your wool coats will become more beautiful with time as long you take special care when maintaining them. In order to keep wool in its original condition for longer, we would advise checking the garment’s care label to ensure the cleaning method you plan to use will not cause shrinkage. The first step in taking proper care of wool garments is to always turn inside out before washing, which will help slow down any pilling or wear of the fabric. Most wool is washable, with the main exception of structured pieces like suits, jackets and blazers, which are best spot cleaned. Hand washing at a cool temperature is the safest way to clean your wool, or place in a laundry mesh bag on a cold, low-spin cycle if you prefer the machine. To minimize the risk of shrinkage, it is advised to soak in cold water before you put in the machine. Smooth to reshape, and lay flat to dry naturally. All wool knitwear may pill after a few wears, but these small bobbles can be easily removed with a pilling comb. Paul Smith has a huge range of coats to choose from. Shop now for the latest arrivals.