WALL Trends: The Complete Raincoat Guide
There are two things you can depend on during English summers: rain and WALL London’s classic raincoats. Here’s our go-to guide for riding out the storms:
- Our deep-ink navy blue Everyday Light Raincoat and stylish black Lined Trapeze Raincoat offer an elegant approach to outerwear. Both practical, as they team up with almost any other colour, and tasteful – ink-blue and black radiate classic and timeless appeal. The Wear Everywhere Raincoat is cut in a rich, dark khaki– perfect for incorporating this season’s colour trends and a classic shade you can wear for years to come.
- WALL always advises to try on your raincoat with your thickest clothing for wiggle room. Make sure it fits around the shoulders for comfort, and the sleeves are a chic bracelet-length. Our raincoats hang beautifully on women of all sizes – and look great at any length!
- WALL’s raincoats are 92% luxury Italian cotton for comfort and 8% polyurethane (the bit that helps keep you dry.) This luxury cotton-mix is both versatile and breathable; meaning that no matter how many layers you have on underneath, you won’t get too hot. Both the Lined Trapeze and the Wear Everywhere versions come with a great removable gilet – for when the weather can’t make up its mind.
- Always be prepared for wet weather – wherever you go. Our raincoats pack away easily, so pop one in your handbag, carry-on luggage or suitcase for stylish, on-the-go protection.
Design director Judith Balcazar says, “WALL raincoats might just raise walking in the rain to a new art form. Raincoats are rightly at the heart of British fashion and our customers LOVE these versions. They produce a huge volume of positive comments because they tick all the right boxes. All of our raincoats are made in England with great British craftsmanship. The fabric is shower proof yet breathable. It folds up into a teeny bag so you can stuff it in your handbag with ease. The hoods actually work, and look contemporary and fashionable whether you throw them open over jeans, or wear them closed over a special occasion outfit.”
We never thought we’d say this but... Fingers crossed for rain! “Oh and a final point,” adds Judith, “They look good on just about everybody.”