Global warming is wrecking all kinds of havoc with outerwear choices this season and we looked to our fave style setters on Instagram to see how they’re are taking on November and December temps that have veered from Indian summer to borderline brick from one day to the next.
A few things are clear, first off, bombers are a great choice for fence-riding weather, enough nylon and lining to warm off cold on blustery days, but with a cropped length that screams non-commitment to truly cold temps. The bomber has also ushered in a love for military colorways and fabrics, both new-new and/or vintage.
Color in general is on the low, in fact, other than denim, the only real color pop we’re seeing is white, as used to add a little contrast to mainly green, black and/or grey palettes. Even with the mix-y temps, (real) fur is popping up a lot, especially in bright colors like white, pink and other fun shades, so we expect as temperatures grow even colder, we’ll see more of it.
As for the overall silhouette, for an everyday look, there is definitely a movement away from the skinny jean tight fit that has ruled the roost for so long. Clearly the look now is all about an I-showed-up-like this, slouchy cool. And yes, people, part of that includes the return of cargo pants!
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