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Spring Trends 2018: 7 Outfit Ideas for the Rainy DaysWednesday 11 April 2018
Spring Trends 2018: 7 Outfit Ideas for the Rainy Days – Spring might be upon us, but that doesn’t mean that the rainy days are over. But don’t let a little rain ruin of perfect outfit plan. You can still look chic and fresh, even though it’s raining. Either with a trench coat or a hip PVC jacket, you can still rock the streets with some cool outfits. On today’s posts, we’re going to show you how you can keep the rain away and still look as cool as you intended for spring.
The PVC Rain Coat
The days of cliché, frumpy raincoats are over—with this spring’s plastic, PVC trend offering up plenty of chic outerwear styles to choose from.
Streamlined, elegant classics—from a sleek trench jacket to sculptural earrings and a mini leather handbag—work in rain or shine. Warning, there’s a high probability to sing Rihanna’s umbrella while rocking this outfit.
If there’s a good time to rock some colour is spring. It doesn’t matter if it’s raining or not. Just brighten up a dreary, rainy day with vibrant colours and patterned jackets.
Yes, Animal Prints
Add luxe accents to your look in the form of chic leopard prints—with wide-leg pants or an umbrella.
Make your Own Sunshine
Take a note from Chanel’s Spring 2018 runway collection of clear PVC hats, bags, and boots while accessorizing with clear, waterproof pieces this spring. PVC is a huge trend this year, and it goes super well with any pair of stilettos.
The Deconstructed Trench
Give your everyday camel trench a break and opt for a fresh new printed iteration instead.
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Source: Harper’s Bazaar