Video: 10 Stylish And Warm Things To Replace A Down Jacket
Winter is in full swing, and we can bet that you are probably already quite tired of your (even your favorite) down jacket. Coldness and dullness outside the window are exhausting by themselves, and then there are rather monotonous clothes every day - it is not surprising that many already want to quickly hide their warm downy twists in the closet. But there are still at least a couple of months of cold weather ahead - so the issue of insulation is still acute. What to do in this case?
Fortunately, there is a way out. You can leave the down jacket for a while without sacrificing warmth and comfort. We have collected as many as 10 stylish alternatives - the same warm, but completely different in style and mood. These are parkas, insulated coats and raincoats - everything that will make your winter look a little more original and will make you stand out from the crowd. In such outerwear this winter you will definitely not go unnoticed - and those around you will most likely flood you with questions about where you got this. Take Burberry's layered coat in a sophisticated cut. It looks like a coat like a coat. In fact, it is a rather complex design that will provide you with warmth and comfort, especially in tandem with good-quality knitwear. Or, say, a stylish Moncler Genius parka in several shades of beige, very fashionable this winter. Or a Stand Studio leather coat lined with eco-fur,which will not only warm, but also help support the trend for raincoats and coats with a fur collar, like from the 90s. Or, for example, the black Rick Owens parka is an ideal practical basic thing that is not afraid of frost, wind or dampness. These and other stylish alternatives to down jackets are in our selection below.
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