Womenswear: What to wear this February
3 February looks: Transitional winter weather
Words— Frank And Oak staff
As couture week drew to its end, we were blessed with many awe-inspiring looks, daring celebrity flaunts and other fabulous fashion moments— let’s never forget Céline Dion giving heartwarming reverence to the runway, svp. While those catwalk creations remain true masterpieces, their excessive nature heavily skimps on practicality and sways away on wearablity— in real life, we just want functional clothes that can meet our daily needs of city-dwellers. We know how important it is for you, that’s why our new collection features innovative materials and well-thought technologies offering fashion with a function. We also wanted to hone in on the sustainable factor of functionality by designing high-performance outerwear made from recycled polyester sourced from discarded plastic bottles.
Buckle up— Here are three highly functional looks to help you breeze through your days.
Future of play
Who knew playing in the rain could look this cute? Make the fun last with this colourful three-tone windbreaker resistant to water splashes— and leave your Elliott Smith rainy-day mix home.
In the spirit of the Goonies, pave your way to an urban adventure with earthy hues, muted blues, and clothes that are lenient on movements. Invest in a warm polyester jacket made from recycled bottles to ensure flexible coverage during those tricky four-seasons-in-one-day days. Finally, an exciting outfit for you to look good while you bike to work without letting you down at work.
Blaze a trail
As told in any (real or fictitious) Gaga stories, a star is not born overnight. Long-term success is the harvest of patience and grit. And what’s better than an oversized blazer to boost your confidence with flair. Mix and match it with casual-chic pants suited to the busy lifestyle of a working gal, and voilà.