Bring some class to your cold-weather wardrobe this year with just a few pieces of gear — starting with that perfect, do-it-all winter coat.

The Wear-Everywhere Jacket

An ideal winter coat is one you can wear to work with a tie but won’t disappoint when you find yourself changing a flat in a snowstorm. Filson’s Mack Tin Cruiser is just that coat. It features mackinaw wool, water-resistant tin cloth where you need it, and eight pockets to keep you ready for anything.

Grown-Man Gloves

Most winter gloves look like they were designed for snowball fights. Consider this pair the solution. Hestra’s Deerskin Wool Tricot gloves combine wool on top with dressed-up detailing and buttery deerskin palms. The gloves feel cozy, too, with a mostly Merino liner.

The Best Vest

Made with wool, recycled polyester, and a PrimaLoft interior, United by Blue’s Drummond Vest gives a nod to backcountry technical apparel while recasting the puffy as a sharp piece that meets dress codes at both apres-ski and your office happy hour.

The Nordic Homage

Winter fashion doesn’t have to be solemn. To break up the solid tones, Fjallraven’s Ovik Folk Knit Sweater delivers a season-embracing pattern in 100 percent lamb’s wool. It’s the perfect sweater to wear under a blazer, over a collared shirt, or on a sled.

The Winter Hat You’ll Live In

Nowhere is softness more appreciated than on your head. The Universal Works Beanie, made from a wool blend, is a crown of comfort — you’ll forget you’re even wearing it.