Mila.Vert Styling tips: Hooded water-resistant coat

Mila.Vert Styling tips: Hooded water-resistant coat

Oh the moodiness of spring! One minute it’s T-shirt weather that fills us with an almost irresistible urge to pack up for a picnic in the park, the next minute the sky is covered with clouds, sending down another spring shower. It’s tricky to dress up weather-ready these days, and that’s exactly when versatile transitional pieces come into play.

This time, our styling tips focus on the star of transitional dressing – our Hooded water-resistant coat. Thanks to it being made from organic cotton and the fact that it is double layered, the coat can cover all the possible spring scenarios.

Styling No.1

For sunny spring strolls in the city, nothing can beat the polished combination of the coat and our Wide-rib high neck top. The close-fitting top can be worn with absolutely anything – trousers or a skirt, tucked in or tucked out. Just throw over the coat, put on a pair of sunglasses and you’re ready to go.

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Styling No.2

As the temperatures occasionally still drop in early spring, the double layer will make sure to keep your warm without feeling smothered. Paired with our organic cotton Knitted aran pullover, the duo is cosy yet remains feeling light and breathable even when you’re on the run.

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Thanks once again to our wonderful team. The stylings were chosen and gorgeously presented by Anela (@streetchatella), a model, fashion blogger and one of our Mila.Vert Muses of February. The photos were taken by Robert Ribič (@robertribic), a fashion and editorial photographer.

Discover more about the Hooded water-resistant coat, Wide-rib high neck top and Knitted aran pullover with low neck.

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