Thursday, February 24, 2022

updated on Thursday, February 24, 2022

Say goodbye to woolen coats. Let’s introduce a new armada of light jackets and blousons, to complete our spring wardrobe. Denim jacket, leather jacket, trench coat, varsity jacket, blazer or cardigan… What are the fashion trends for spring 2022? Selection criteria.

About to be bathed in light and invaded by pop colors, our wardrobe has better watch out since an invasion of jackets and jackets lightweights getting ready to eclipse their rivals from thick coats. And while the Fashion Week is about to take up residence in Paris, the ready-to-wear boutiques in which we are used to shopping are beginning to fill their racks withspring fashion essentials. No reason is therefore sufficient to justify our absence on the subject. What can we confirm for you? If in winter all eyes were on the quilted down jacket and the bathrobe coat, it is clear that from March 20, the situation will change somewhat. And here’s how.

Spring 2022: these jackets and blousons to shop before everyone adopts them

To acquire an unshakeable fashion potential, it is essential to invest in at least one of the jackets and jackets that we are presenting to you, since these are on the way to making a splash once the spring happened, and even before.

On our list? A Jean jacket Mango topstitched in a 1970s style and on sale to our greatest surprise, its top-of-the-range alternative Isabel Marant Étoile, a Levi’s fleece-collar bomber jacket and its alter ego in ultra-violet shades & Other Stories… The traditional trench coat that mold this year in beige cotton and imitation leather on the side of Bershka, or which is structured thanks to minimalist belts fixed at the level of the wrists at H&M. We also highlight the return of cardigans and in particular the checkerboard print model operated by Hollister, but also the legendary leather jacket to be found at Reserved and Sandro, before the assured stock shortage. Our advice? Don’t waste too much time getting them.

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Candice Mellot

A journalist with a passion for fashion, and a former cook and pastry chef by profession, fields for which she has a particular cult, Candice has a sense of analysis specific to her work, allowing her to detect emerging trends, and to have a step ahead.

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