13 Jackets That Will Keep You in Style During the Rainy Days
The rainy daze have officially begun! Although there hasn't been much downpour during the past few weeks, it’s only a matter of time before the next low pressure area arrives. While we're sad to bid summer adieu, we can't deny that the silver lining to this season is the fact that it allows us to finally do some layering. It's time for those turtlenecks, sweaters, and oh-so cozy jackets to switch up our OOTD game. Whether you're into the athleisure trend, on the geeky side, or a corporate hottie, here are a few of our picks that will surely brighten up a gloomy day.
Topshop Badged jersey blazer
Shake up your classroom game with an oversized patched blazer.
Mango Velvet blazer, P3245
Care for some velvet?
Zara Hand-embroidered blazer, P4995
This can instantly punch up a jeans-and-white-tee combo.
Forever 21 Boxy quilted overcoat
This boxy overcoat will also work well on its own as a top.
Penshoppe Oversized denim jacket, P1399
Oversized denim jackets can be styled in many ways.
Topshop MOTO Embroidered jacket
Add an embroidered piece to your denim collection.
Stradivarius Leather biker jacket, P5590
A leather jacket will come in handy not only here, but also for your trips out of the country.
Zara Faux leather badge jacket, P2995
Or if you don't want to look like everyone else, patches are great!
H&M Parka with hood, P1990
Never underestimate the power of a good parka.
Uniqlo Dry stretch long sleeve swear full-zip hoodie, P1490
Every girl should have a gray hoodie in her closet.
Bershka Short sleeve Saharan jacket with pockets, P1795
Now here's how you do utilitarian chic!
Forever 21 Standard issue souvenir jacket
These days, there’s nothing hotter than a silk bomber.
Zara Suede effect jacket, P2995
Perhaps a suede jacket might not be advisable for the rain, but it will make you look good inside your air-conditioned office while it’s raining cats and dogs outside.
This story originally appeared on Stylebible.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Candymag.com editors.