Summer is not over yet, but every day more and more often reminds us that autumn is coming. Although it is still warm and sunny during the day, in the evenings you already want to put on something warm and cozy. At the same time, it is too early to replace your favorite jacket with a woolen sweater. For such moody weather, some stylish and win-win options will protect you from the cool wind without unnecessary reminders of the coming autumn.
Light down jackets are a great option for the off-season. They will perfectly complement both a sporty, casual look and a romantic outfit with flying dresses and skirts. Besides, when autumn has already come into its own, you can wear such a jacket under a wool coat or a parka made from rough fabric, thus playing with the texture of fabrics and layering.
For those who inevitably associate a jacket with a cold season, we recommend the timeless classic – a trench coat. Having become one of the biggest trends of spring-summer 2020, this item is moving into the next season. Choose calm, versatile colors - camel, white, black, olive, navy - that can be easily combined not only with summer looks, but also with thick sweatshirts, shirts, and pullovers.
|Burberry||Maison Kitsuné||Stella McCartney|
A windbreaker is another indispensable item for the end of August. In the upcoming season, designers have looked at this sporty attribute from a new angle and suggested wearing it with fluffy dresses and ruffled skirts. If you are afraid of the wind, but not of experiments, this thing is yours!
|Michael Kors||Junya Watanabe||Ganni|
We also recommend paying your attention to jackets and coats made from leather or denim patchwork. This "hello from the distant 60s" may become your favorite thing for such a time. Combine it with straight or flared dark blue or white jeans, short sundresses made of dense fabric, or a plain dress. The main thing is not to overdo it with colors and accessories, because your patchwork jacket will always be in the spotlight. And by the way, do not rush to the store - first, arrange a raid on your parents' old wardrobe, where you will surely find something similar. If not, you can take a look at the nearby second-hand shop - upcycling is never dismissed.