Jetset Style :: Right As Rainwear

[trip style = any]

Sometimes the weather isn't all sunshine and roses. When the forecast predicts precipitationfrom drizzle to downpoura rain jacket becomes your best friend. And now, more than ever, bad weather doesn't have to compromise good style.

Here are three of my favorite brands of stylish rainwear. I fell in sartorial love with Stutterheim and Rains while traveling through Scandinavia this summer and I couldn't help but track down the unisex camo print coat {shown below} upon my return. When you live in a city that sees over 1,000mm of annual rainfall, you know coats. These ones are so slick, you might even wish for showers. That's crazy talk! They could, however, save your tripand your clothesfrom being a total wash. 

Trip Styler Tip: Wear a sweater when you try on a raincoat so you'll know how it looks when you need to layer. Ask yourself: Is it breathable? Is it tight? Is it bulky?


Stutterheim Raincoats {Sweden}

Styles: Stockholm Bred / Stockholm / Inferno / Opal

Styles: Stockholm Bred / Stockholm / Inferno / Opal

Rains {Denmark}

Styles: A-Jacket / Long Coat / Mac Coat / Breaker

Styles: A-Jacket / Long Coat / Mac Coat / Breaker

Styles: Sevan Cape / Humboldt / Baby Gila / Bonneville

Styles: Sevan Cape / Humboldt / Baby Gila / Bonneville

This post is written by Trip Styler's Assistant Wayfarer/Editor Heather.

[top image by philip messmann for rains & all other images via brands, collages by @heatherlovesit]