What His Outerwear Says About His Personality
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By Emma Barker for Cosmopolitan
Ninety percent of the men who hit on you this month will be bundled beyond recognition. George Kotsiopoulos from E!'s Fashion Police helps you read way too much into a guy's coat choice.
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Peacoat2 of 7
This guy owns at least one decent suit and gets a haircut once a month whether he needs it or not. He's classy and responsible, but he's not such a milquetoast that he'll deny you a night of pulse-racing skinny-dipping on your beach vacation. Feel that? It's pure boyfriend material.
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Leather Bomber3 of 7
"Bomber guy is classic," Kotsiopoulos says, "but more of a badass than peacoat guy." This guy's chivalry may edge on misogyny—he won't let you open doors—but he is a man, if an old-timey idea of one. He'll do anything for you but talk about his feelings.
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This guy's pride will be his downfall. He'd rather die than ask for directions, and yeah, he's definitely too cool to go to family events with you. Not good, unless you're the female counterpart of no-coat guy—aka no-tights girl—in which case, enjoy your happily ever after.
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Massive Puffer5 of 7
"They're noisy and take up lots of space," Kotsiopoulos says about both the Michelin Man-style coat and the dude in it. If he didn't notice that he just knocked five people's coffees out of their hands with his marshmallow exoskeleton, how will he be on time for a date?
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Slim Parka6 of 7
If puffer guy is gyrating, "I Know You Want It" Robin Thicke, parka guy is the wholesome Growing Pains character played by Thicke's dad, Alan. He's reliable, put-together, and self-aware. He may be a little boring, but hey, he has his sh*t together. If you want a no-drama guy, he's your man.
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Jock jackets were all over the fall runways, so this guy is either trend-obsessed or lost in the past, says Kotsiopoulos. He thinks the world of himself, and you'll constantly be trying to measure up.
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