Today I want t odraw your attention to rainy days outfits which can be found in the latest Jalouse Magazine October issue. The editorial name is concrete. We see fashion model Marthe Wiggers shot by Cedric Viollet. Marthe is wearing layered looks covered by neoprene and rain resisting outerwear pieces. The waterproof clothing is the must-have that flatters your figure and makes you look original and unique during bad weather. Thanks to the modern designers nowadays rubber shoes and water proof trench coats are looking fashionable. My personally advice to you is to select classy pieces in playful colors creating eye-catching look and making yourself brighter. All in all, I think it's time to see our favorite items in Jalouse photo shoot:
The scuba inspired front zip color-blocked blouse (blue and black) is tucked in high-waisted A-line skirt with a front patch pocket. Love the burgundy leather belt and that awesome box-clutch.
The patent navy hooded coat looks perfect worn atop burnt orange knitwear tucked in A-line high waisted mini skirt which is styled with thigh-high black boots.
The hair locks are slicked down and have that wet-look touch. I love this natural make-up.
The pale blue A-line silhouette jacket with leopard print details looks perfect worn atop hooded water-resistant anorak which looks stylish with orange skirt and knee-high boots.
When it comes to cold and rainy days, the trick is to layer, layer, layer. I advice you to try on red coat with patent hooded trench, mohair blue sweater and polka dot shirt.
The jacquard print long outerwear looks sweet worn atop hooded yellow blouse tucked in high-waisted, quilted down mini-skirt and thigh-high boots.
The mannish blazer is worn atop yellow hooded anorak and styled with striped monochrome pullover, polka dot shirt and high-waisted nylon shorts.
model: Marthe Wiggers
photographer: Cedric Viollet
stylist: Anna Querouil
hair: Helene Bidard
make-up: Sandrine Cano