The right raincoats for this very messy weather Keep dry and stylish.

May 20, 2019

There are times when it seems you need to wear your entire wardrobe at once, raincoat, windbreaker, sweater, t-shirt since you can expect all four-season weather to happen in 24 hours. This often means that you can go for a summer-like stroll on a Sunday afternoon and come back home shivering. Additionally, might have to pull out your winter sweater again on Monday morning. And exactly when you’re not prepared, that’s when the weather likes to play tricks on you. In other words, messy weather with sudden showers at the most inappropriate moments will leave you looking like a drowned rat if you don’t have a raincoat. That is why fashion-savvy women never leave home without being prepared for any surprise.

Two women wearing colourful raincoats to look stylish even in messy weather.
Street style in Paris and London during PFW and LFW.

Looking stylish in the rain

In cities like Vienna, Paris or London, it is common to walk to work or use public transportation, and even more now, since the pandemic. Of course, you can carry an umbrella to protect yourself from the rain. But the right raincoat will make your outfit much more stylish, even on messy weather days. Plus, you won’t lose it as we usually do with umbrellas, as soon as it stops pouring.

Women wearing printed raincoats for messy weather.
Street style in Milan during MFW.

Best raincoats for any weather

We selected some beautiful raincoats to help you outsmart the tricky weather in style. And since we’re walking more than ever now, we’re sure you want to look stylish whenever you venture outside your home, even in the rain. This is why we chose raincoats that will update and elevate your outfits. And we paid special attention to the latest trends, silhouettes and colour combinations so that you can find contemporary raincoats for modern looks.

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