Water-repellent summer jackets
You know you're in Germany, when it’s mid July and suddenly it starts raining every other day, or even minute. The changing weather does not only stand in the way of a slight summer tan, but also makes getting dressed in the morning even more complicated.
Since it’s so hard to tell how the weather will turn out these days, we composed four outfits that will get you through those rainy summer days, without getting soaking wet or burning up underneath thick layers:
1. The classic Trenchcoat by Macintosh
Every Woman should have a Trenchcoat in her closet. This classic beige Trenchcoat by Macintosh is a absolute must-have. We combined it with a pair of light trousers, a white blouse and a pink jacket, to add some color to your outfit.
If you prefer darker shades you might fancy this dark navy Baracuta Trenchcoat. It has a slightly more waisted fit and a high stand-up collar. As all Baracuta outerwear designs it features a genuine Scottish Fraser tartan lining. The cotton-mix fabric is extremely sturdy and weather resistant. We paired it up with a pair of skinny Jeans by Adriano Goldschmied and a pair of Sneakers by Golden Goose.
Bomber Jackets are everywhere this season and can truly be considered as an absolute fashion staple. Yet with this canary yellow bomber jacket you stand out from the crowd, no matter where you go. We combined this Jacket with Skinny Jeans by Adriano Goldschmied and a simple plaid shirt for a casual urban look.
4. The classic G9 Harrington Jacket by Baracuta
In case your not really the type for a rough bomber jacket like the ones by Schott, you can just swap it against this light but water-repellent Harrington Jacket by Baracuta. The Jacket with a genuine Fraser tartan lining is an absolute British classic for every wardrobe. Since the light pink sends a strong statement we combined this jacket with a pair of Skinny Jeans by Adriano Goldschmied, a simple t-shirt by Majestic and a pair of Golden Goose.