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WE'LL BE WEARING THESE JACKETS, MOONWRAPS AND COATS IN 2021



We know winter is here, and spring is still a long time coming, but the thermometer has already climbed up to 10 degrees in the last few weeks. It is high time to look into your spring wardrobe. In this post, we shall tell you which jackets, Moonwraps and coats should not be missing in your closet this spring: The coats, Moonwrap & jackets Moreover, it is also essential for you to check out our best Moonwrap changing robe in our online FrostFire. Although wearing Moonwrap is becoming trendy in 2021, manufacturers have put more effort into creating the best to fight against cold. However, when it comes to making a choice between the jacket, coat and Moonwrap, youth goes with the Moonwrap for various reasons. Some of these reasons are attaching with the trend and fashion, keeping their body warm and cozy, it comes with a hood, etc. Below is the trendiest waterproof changing robe of 2021.

Besides, we also have mentioned the trendy jackets and coats in this article. Have a look below in this article, you will find the best and the latest fashion wear of 2021. Let’s dig it out.

THE COAT WITH A HOUNDSTOOTH PATTERN

The coat with a houndstooth pattern was an absolute eye-catcher in winter and looks great in spring too. You can also wear your winter coat properly styled in warmer temperatures. Just put on a thin sweater underneath and off you go. In my opinion, the coats go great with lederhosen and sneakers.

THE QUILTED JACKET

Quilted jackets and spring? Doesn't match for you? For me, at first glance, neither, but the new spring-like models really make you want to warm temperatures. The jackets are also great for the transition phase, as they keep you warm, but are no longer as thick as the usual winter jackets. In addition, the jackets look really casual and sporty and are super easy to combine.

THE BLACK BLAZER

Black blazers actually work in every season and offer tons of styling potential. No matter whether with a pair of suit trousers in the office, or casual boyfriend jeans in your free time. Black blazers are the ultimate combination talent. In spring I like to wear the blazer with casual jeans, a white shirt and white sneakers. Super simple & casual, but with the right accessories a casual leisure look.

THE WOOL BLAZER

The wool blazer. Just like the quilted jacket, it is a transitional all-rounder. In contrast to normal blazers, wool blazers keep you really warm and are therefore perfect for warm winter days or cool spring days. The rest of the outfit (especially the “underneath”) can be easily adjusted to the temperatures and the wool blazer can be worn in February as well as in March and April.

THE CORDUROY JACKET

Cord. One of my absolutely favorite materials. Corduroy looks particularly good in a mix of patterns and looks super casual. Cord jackets can often be worn as shirts in the same train. I find the jackets (or shirts;)) more modern and “more casual”. Combined with silk or satin, you can style the corduroy jacket chic and elegant. With jeans and a cotton shirt it gives the jacket a casual touch. The second styling variant is my personal favorite 🙂

THE PLAID COAT

Checkered coats are experiencing a revival this spring. While muted colors were popular in winter, this spring the coats shine in new splendor - and new colors. Classic checked coats are of course also allowed this season, but if you prefer something more daring and colorful, this spring you can choose checkered coats in shades of blue, pink or green. Eye catcher on point.










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