EmRata Proves That It's Time To Add This Off-Duty Staple To Your Wardrobe ASAP
Though spring and summer are the two seasons where your closet is likely to boast the brightest color palette, it doesn't mean you can't bring vibrant hues into your winter wardrobe, too. In fact, a jolt of color may be just what you need to brighten up the inevitable dull winter days ahead. And when it comes to infusing eye-catching color into your cold-weather looks, Emily Ratajkowski's yellow puffer coat will convince you to start with your outerwear.
In the latest installment of EmRata outfit inspiration, the model demonstrates once again how to make laidback sweatpants look ultra-cool. While out and about in New York City, she was snapped sporting a roomy yellow puffer from The North Face that was paired with cozy heather-gray sweatpants, sneakers, and sleek, cat-eye sunglasses. And while her dog wasn't, she was wearing Colombo's name on a necklace that was layered with a similar pendant.
Ratajkowski's bold outerwear proves how one piece can transform an entire outfit. What was once just a casual errands look, now has a sporty-chic feel thanks to the coat and though you may have a black puffer already hanging in your closet, you should consider snagging the off-duty staple in a head turning hue to bring new life to even your most relaxed winter outfits.
While EmRata opted for a yellow puffer, if the sunny hue isn't your cup of tea, there are a number of other styles in standout shades you can scoop up, like this citrusy lime-green coat for $795 from Canada Goose. Or, you can opt for another sunset shade, such as this $515 poppy pink Hooded Quilted Matte-PU Jacket from Rains or this orange style from Aritzia that's now on sale for $199 (originally $250). All of these coats will have you looking good as you battle arctic-like temperatures.
Now that the holidays have come and gone, the extra-cold winter days will soon be arriving. So, there's no better time to grab a fresh puffer for the coldest months of the year. Continue on to shop a new style before the next big chill.