During the curfew, most people left the city for their summer camps, and some have not yet returned. The plague has made us more aware of the value of nature, the importance of open space, and, most importantly, the need for peace, health, and tranquillity.
As a result, our dress style has changed, and comfortable and warm clothes have become a priority. Sweaters, rubber boots and jackets have been named one of the main trends of the year, and many brands such as The Row, Burberry and Jil Sander have made comfort and practicality the basis of their collections.
At first, The Jil Sander brand has launched a unique collection called Jil Sander +, which takes you even further and walks in nature. “Surrounding ourselves with mountains, trees and water has become one of the most important things in our lives. Nature is the main source of our imagination and energy,” said Luke and Lucy Meyer, the brand’s creative directors.
The collection includes clothes for outdoor sports such as mountaineering and skiing, made of innovative high-tech materials, worn every day in the city.
Other brands are following Jil Sander’s example and launching a series of comfortable travel outfits. For example, we recently reported that Gucci and The North Face have jointly launched a “hiking” collection.
Gucci x The North Face
To create a “cottage” style, first of all, you need to pay attention to the colour of your clothes. Khaki should be dominated by green, beige, brown, black and white. Cargo pants, comfortable walking shoes, waterproof jackets and rubber boots are also an integral part of this style. You will also need loose, warm sweaters and thick-sleeved shirts that look hand-knitted.
If you prefer to view an illustration of this type of dress, take a look at the royal family travel style in the “Crown” series.