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Jackets need no introduction. They have been on and off the fashion ramp for years but this season has seen the trend of cropped jacket in its various guises from bomber to blouson till now. GQ magazine claims that “the designers in Milan and Paris realize that some countries like our own are not blessed with a dry, Mediterranean climate all season long; sometimes a coat is essential even on the hottest days.”
For the little summer and the little winter weather when one is not sure whether to put the sweaters on or not then jackets are really your life savers. For fluctuating barometers and transition temperature it’s really difficult to plan your wardrobe. So for a blend of fashion on this crazy summers check out the latest and variedly functional jackets that also have an element of surprise in them.
Printed Jackets are the one that makes sense this summer with their light weight and digital subtle prints. This season the designers of high end street collections have joined hands to create a light weight outfit that truly saves one from the brazing rays of sun as well as is a little versatile addition to the already existing jacket wardrobe.
One of the biggest supporters of the long trend was Fendi who displayed their collection in Milan. Also on a lighter note, there were formal end of overcoat which when paired with cropped navy chinos does all the magic by itself. Also Fendi fell in love with the color Khaki and it showcased a varied range of casual knee length hooded jackets with a silver lining which is the contrasting lapels and linings.
Also the designer house Ermemgildo Zegna showcased more refined approach to the knee length boring over coats & trench coats.
What do you think about the latest trend that will serve on the border of summers and winters? Start chirping in the comments section.