- 29.10.2020

The outerwear guide

We all know that fall weather can get weird. Checking your weather app in the morning, anything from sun and wind to rain or even snow can come up. As a result, getting dressed appropriately can be tricky. Tricky, but obviously not impossible, because we’ve got a range of outerwear to go with every occasion or whatever the elements throw at us.
wordsBjorn Dossche
picturesVictor Pattyn

 

DAPPER LIKE DRAPER

Big on style, big on attitude. You’re not going to wear this checked wool blend overcoat to not get noticed. It’s the final layer for an outfit that says you're ready to hit the city in style. Wear it with a suit or the good ol’ denim and blazer combo. Or rock it casually, with sweatpants and sneakers. Warmth and style assured.

 

QUILTED COMFORT

This über comfy down jacket has enough flair to serve in an everyday city setting but is also warm and practical enough for a weekend hike in the outdoors. A touch of British class, but with a modern approach and a slightly loose and boxy fit. Your go-to when it gets windy and chilly but it’s not quite freezing yet.

 

POPPIN’ CORDUROY

That extra layer to add some extra panache to your look? Here you go. This is our corduroy coach jacket. You got that right, we took a sportswear classic and turned it into a city favorite, in a poppin' goji red color. Nice and clean, plus super comfortable of course. A very contemporary style, ideal when contrasted with a clean white tee or shirt and a pair of light stonewashed jeans.

 

STORMPROOF PARKA

Is winter hitting hard? Then it’s time to bring out the big guns. Meet our Jace weather-proof parka. Rain, cold or snow, this guy will get you through everything. Its relaxed shape makes it easy and comfortable to wear, while its water repellent cotton will keep you dry. Of course, we didn't forget to add a cozy sherpa lining to keep you warm either.

Bellerose • ROWSE

Bellerose • ROWSE

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