History of the coat(clothing)

A men’s coat (a term frequently interchangeable with jacket) is an outer 2 buttoned garment worn by both men as well as women, for heat or fashion. Men’s Suit Coats typically have long sleeves with Side Vented Suits and open down the front, closing by means of 2 buttons, zippers, hook-and-loop fasteners, toggles, a men’s belt, or a amalgamation of these.
The term Fashion & Zoot Suits jacket is reserved for a hip-length or else shorter garment, while pick pitched coat can be used for a garment of any length.
History of the Men’s Coat
The Persians, based in what is now Iran, has introduce two suits garments to the history of men’s clothing: trousers and seamed fitted coats or men’s suits.
White Dinner Coat is one of the earliest clothing category terms in English, attested as far back as the early Middle Ages. An early use of white dinner coat in English is coat of mail, a tunic-like piece of clothing of metal rings, generally knee- or mid-calf length.
The medieval and renaissance men’s swim coat (usually spelled cote by dress historians) is a midlength, sleeved men's suit outer garment, fixed to the waist and 2 buttoned up the front, with a full navy blue skirt - in its basics, not unlike the contemporary men’s suits coat.