Looking good and staying dry when it’s raining outside have often been two mutually exclusive things, but it doesn’t have to be that way. Streetwear has made a lot of progress in making your grey, gloomy days more stylish.
One of the hot trends in outwear this spring is the bomber jacket, but unless that jacket is water repellent you’ll still need a rain coat. Let’s take a look at some of the best rain gear trends for this spring. Oh, and you’ll need rain boots too.
There’s been a lot of clamor around Vetememes black oversized raincoat. It’s been one of the most popular items on of the spring so far, so much so that the original line has sold out.
Stone Island and Supreme have teamed up to make a couple of jackets that hearken back to the ‘90s. The slickers feature so-called ”hypercolor” that were sported proudly (albeit briefly) two decades ago. The technology behind these designs allows each jacket to react to person’s body temperature with colors varying between yellows and browns, blues and purples.
While novelties seem to be all the rage the classics are still as popular as ever. Take the K-Way hoodie, protecting you from the rain and making you look trendy since 1965.
When it’s raining what you put on your feet is just as important as the jacket you wear — nobody enjoys soaking wet feet. In recent years the rain boot fashion has upped its game to a whole new level. You can find an amazing variety – everything from Chelsea style rain boots to converse style lace ups.
With all the choices the fashion industry has on offer, a rainy day doesn’t have to be a bother. Instead, it can be a chance to showcase your unique sense of style.