Guard yourself against the chill in one of mytheresa.com's deluxe range of women's down jackets or coats. Comfortable and opulent designs from the likes of Canada Goose and Burberry in a variation of styles, such as down-filled and padded, are sure to satisfy your needs.
THE MEMOIR OF AN NECESSITY
In 1936, Eddie Bauer created the first down jacket that went by the name 'Skyliner' and was constructed as a result of Bauer nearly losing his life to hypothermia. At the turn of the 1940's, he had manufactured the garment to the point where it could keep the wearer completely insulated.
During the 80's, the Italian Paninaro subculture wore puffer jackets by the likes of Moncler, that they matched with pants and t-shirts. This movement heightened the desirability for the garment that is still favored today.
Nowadays, the both functional and desirable garment has had a stylish revamp and is now available in an array of bold prints, colors and fits.
LOOK DELIGHTFUL IN A DESIGNER COAT
Selecting a winter approved jacket when packing for a trip in the snow or even just in the cooler months, is an essential decision to be made. Whether you opt for a timeless Prada number or a quirky Balenciaga puffer, it's safe to say that you will have made a splendid choice. Dress your selected feather down coat with leather leggings and a chunky knit beanie for a magnificent Après-Ski or everyday attire.
When strolling the town of a ski resort or exploring an urban location, opt for an effortlessly casual look, in a versatile black jacket and YEEZY ankle boots. An oversized coat also makes for an exemplary outwear garment when heading out at night. Match it with a mini dress and sneakers for a standout appearance.
A pastel lightweight version of the article can also be worn in the springtime and looks phenomenal when teamed with a casual attire. We're harmonizing a floral quilted one with skinny jeans and a cashmere knit for a cozy off-duty appearance.
Shop women's down coats and jackets online at mytheresa.com where our Customer Care team will be on hand to help. Furthermore, explore other outwear styles such as parkas and trench coats.