Women waterproof Parkas
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Why Pick a Women's Waterproof Parka?
The parka coat is a style icon - waterproof, warm, and breathable, you couldn't ask for a better coat to see you through a handful of England's wet and wild seasons. The parka jacket can be long or come cropped a little shorter, they usually have a faux lined hood and come in the classic colours of black, navy, or green. Parkas are a timeless coat and while they do have a casual air, they can also be smartened up depending on how you wear them. At Aigle, our range of women's waterproof winter parka's and coats are designed with style and substance in mind. Not only do our French designs capture the chic side of winter, but with materials like Gore-Tex® and responsible down, you can be sure that these parkas will keep you warm and dry even in the harshest conditions.
How to Style Your Parka
Parkas can fit a whole sleuth of styles. They truly are one of the most versatile outerwear choices for your winter wardrobe. You can layer them up with big jumpers, leggings and boots or throw them over dresses & skirts. You can even match them with business wear for that city slicker who wants to work an urban edge into their wardrobe. We take a. look at some of the most inspired looks on how to wear your parka for work and play...
How to Wear a Parka for Work
Women's quilted parkas may feel super casual, but you can wear them for work. Keep the rest of your look sleek but not overwrought and your parka will slip in like a dream. Simply pair your parka with soft grey or wool slightly flared smart pants and low heeled boots with a crisp button-up shirt or smart top and your parka will complement the look perfectly. Add in a cashmere scarf and a brightly coloured bag for a little fun and you will own office style without question.
How to Wear a Parka for a Walk
As outdoor wear, the parka is a perfect choice. Women's long, packable, and breathable parkas are such a good choice for those weekends away. Whether hiking the hills or exploring the coast, your parka will make sure that you stay comfortable and stylish no matter what the elements are throwing your way. You can pair your parka with wellington boots, leggings or jeans, and layers like jumpers, tees, or women's fleeces to keep you warm on those blustery walks.
How to Wear a Parka for the Weekend
Casual affairs are where the parka stands out from the crowd. This is what it was designed to do. Your parka will look perfect paired with straight-legged dark jeans and a pair of chunky Chelsea style boots in neutral colours like sand or brown. You can match it with a casual sweater and a pair of oversized sunglasses and a large slouchy bag will keep your look a laid-back love affair. You can also pair your parka with boyfriend jeans and sneakers for a super casual city life look.
How to Wear a Parka for the Evening
Warm and snug and waterproof, the parka is a great coat to wear for those evenings out when you want to hit the town (without getting cold and wet). While you may not think your parka is elegant enough for evening wear, guess again. This style of coat brings a certain sense of urban funk to your fashion and as parkas tend to come with a slightly tapered and tailored style, it can be completely flattering. The best style of parka to wear at night has to be the black long parka with a bold and thick fur trim hood. Wear it over any short or mid-length dress with tights and boots or even pair it with well-fitted jumpsuits. Mixed materials can also work with the parka look so don't be afraid to wear it with an oversized white shirt and leather pants.
The parka coat has been a hallmark of good style for decades and it shows no signs of slowing down. Functional, versatile, and easy to dress up or down depending on what kind of fun you have planned, these coats can stay with you for a lifetime. When picking your perfect parka, you should always look for certain features to make sure your iconic coat stays strong for many seasons to come.
Look for a truly waterproof fabric and hefty zips that won't let the wind get through. A padded parka will also be a better choice come the winter months. Look for parkas with extra insulation or responsible down for a more eco-friendly choice. You can pick a looser fit parka if you want to layer up in the colder months, or for those in-between seasons when light layers will do, you can choose a tailored tighter feminine fit.