We know spring is one of the shorter seasons, but it’s also the wettest one. Having a good raincoat that is both waterproof and multifunctional is essential for your wardrobe during this unpredictable time of year.
Which is why this week I wanted to highlight some of my top favourite raincoats for Spring 2019.
You can’t get more “raincoat” than the company Rains. This contemporary rainwear lifestyle brand combines simplicity with functionality. The W jacket featured here, in addition to all their other rainwear, is great if you love an elegant, classic style; it’s simplistic, somewhat trendy, with classic silhouettes that will carry through the ages. And if that’s not enough, they also carry waterproof bags and accessories!
Zana by Soia & Kyo
Talk about a multifunctional raincoat. This water repellent straight fit coat and cape transforms from a raincoat that keeps you dry to a cape that keeps you looking super fashion forward. Available in the colours mist and black, this coat can also transform from a spring to a fall coat.
If you’re the type of girl that requires an extremely functional raincoat, then this coat was made for you. It’s fully sealed and waterproof, and its classic clean lines mean that you can show up for any occasion feeling dry while still looking great
Due to this jacket’s long length, this raincoat is ideal for H shaped bodies, and occasionally for a V shape.
Marks & Spencer
If you want to add a little more flare to your daily spring outfit, this spotted pack away parka is amazing. It’s a great spring coat for any day wear, and has a subtle enough pattern that it won’t typically clash with another big pattern.
This shirttail raincoat was made to keep you dry in style. It’s also perfect for a variation of body shapes due to its loose fitting silhouette. With a bungee cord for adjustment, and a high collar with attached hood, there will never be a more stylish girl to stand in the rain.
You’re officially ready for spring ladies! If you have your own favourite raincoat brands let me know on Instagram, or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.