It’s worth preparing for the new season in advance, so it’s time to look for stylish outerwear for the warm period. The material has collected the most fashionable and relevant options – from voluminous bombers to bright coats.
The time has passed when, after prolonged cold weather and in the first days of plus temperature, we hate to throw off warm clothes and try to go out in coats and down jackets as little as possible. For the last few seasons, outerwear has been the main subject of designers’ experiments. Now this is especially noticeable — neutral and restrained jackets and coats are replaced by bright and even eccentric outfits in which you will not go unnoticed (what you need after a protracted pandemic). We tell you about the most fashionable and relevant options below.
Color is the main trend of the coming season. And it is not so important what kind of color it will be: rich red, emerald green, electric blue or azure. All the colors of the rainbow turned out to be the focus of designers’ attention this season: after all, this is exactly what we missed so much in the dominance of comfortable sports clothes and cozy home clothes. We advise you to pay attention to laconic models of straight-cut coats – thanks to the restrained style, your outerwear will be, and bright colors can be integrated even into a basic and neutral wardrobe.
Voluminous sports bombers are coming to the fore again this season. Their advantages are obvious: they add a bit of relaxation to the images, are comfortable for everyday wear and at the same time look universal, which means they will adapt to any styles. The color remains at your choice: if you want — bright and juicy, and if you want – the most restrained and neutral (for example, olive or black).
This trend has long been familiar to everyone. The material remains the same, but in the new season the era is changing — from the brutal and agender 90s with an abundance of black leather and masculine things, we go into the femininity of the 70s and the kitsch of the noughties. Therefore, we put aside neutral options and look closely at bright coats or options in an alternative natural palette — for example, caramel or olive.
Of course, outerwear does not always have to play the first role — it is often worth letting it go by the wayside in the image so that your outfit looks fashionable and relevant. This season we will not do without neutral and laconic outerwear either. If you don’t have the perfect trench coat, classic gray or beige coat in your wardrobe yet, consider this a sign to find an option for yourself.