This season, designers have presented both all-purpose fashion items that support a mindful consumption strategy, as well as outerwear with a bright emphasis designed to pick you out of a crowd. What fashion items are worth opting for from a great variety is suggested in the selection of Vremena Goda Galleries.
Capes and cloaks
Forced lockdown taught everyone to value home comfort and cosines, having influenced fashion trends. In summer, it was relevant to go out wearing home clothes, and this fall it’s particularly pertinent to wrap up in capes, like in blankets. Those who have been inspired by Game of Thrones, as well as by the Dior and Valentino fall/winter shows, will be particularly delighted wearing capes - cloaks with hands slots.
Retro Double Breasted Coats
When creating their fall/winter collections many designers drew inspiration from in the past. Among them, there are Alessandro Michele, who presented more than a dozen of double-breasted coats on the Gucci runway, and Nicolas Ghesquière, who supplemented the Louis Vuitton collection with checkered double-breasted jackets and short coats.
Leather and sheepskin coats
We have already mentioned that leather items are currently being at the peak of popularity. Leather coats do stand out among them - they can be found at Salvatore Ferragamo, Hermès, MSGM and many other brands. One more micro trend is leather jacket-shirts, optimal for warm autumn.
A beige trench coat is an item belonging to timeless values that will adorn both a reserved and a sporty look. Nothing can be compared to Burberry in this matter: in addition to classic models, the brand calls our attention to the warmed version of a trench with quilted inserts.
There is no need to be afraid of patterns and inscriptions applied on outerwear. At least this is the opinion of Stella McCartney, who decorated a grey coat as if "off a man's shoulder" with logomania, and Riccardo Tisci, who supplemented the outerwear with the name of the brand with place and date of its foundation.
Shades of white
Snow white, creamy, champagne-coloured – you shouldn't leave these light shades for a special occasion, wear them daily. Trendy quilted or “fluffy” coats, jackets with a modern stand-up collar or short fur coats made of eco- or natural fur look chic and stylish in these colors.