The Third Coat
On the style-arena column we have introduced the stand collar coat, which has been worn from last year into this year, and the Chester coat. We will convey the appeal of the collarless coat, the characteristic of which is that it has no collar.
The Collarless Coat’s Appeal
One advantage of collarless coats is that they make your face look smaller by exposing your neck. These coats are optimal in producing a feminine look because they can show off your neckline in a beautiful manner. It is not a hindrance to stylish necklaces and scarves worn at the base of the neck, and it is possible to play around with matching and showing off the collar of the shirt worn underneath.
The Must-Wear Coat in Ginza
On style-arena, every week we update our site with street snaps from five areas of Tokyo (Harajuku, Shibuya, Omotesando, Daikanyama, and Ginza), and we report the individual fashions from these places to everyone. Although the characteristics of style in these five areas differ, the collarless coat is worn in all of these regions. This is not an exaggeration, as it is a divine item that can handle various ways of dress. It was being worn the most in Ginza, many people styling their outfits with elegance and luxury, matching the coats with one-pieces and so on.
Even Supporting Menswear-like
As mentioned above, collarless coats can match menswear-like mode styles as well as vintage styles, and are highly versatile. Furthermore, it also has the merit of certainly bringing a ladylike sense, and truly is a reassuring companion for girls.
Although it is a climate that outerwear cannot be let go of, from now on keep an eye out for the collarless coat, as a spring coat.
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