TWO SIDES OF THE SAME COIN
Today’s focus is on reversibility, the ability of one item to be used in two different sides. In fashion in particular, this has always been a symbol of quality and high manufacturing skills.
The Brits have been pioneers in creating double-sided items: a more delicate, elegant and finer fabric matched together with a tougher material, which was able to resist the typically English inclement, unstable weather.
Manufacturing double-faced clothes is sometimes hard, especially because it often implies the use of different materials; and yet, we always work to incorporate in our collections reversible jackets, coats, sweaters, belts, and hats that always keep their elegant appearance.
FOCUS ON REVERSIBILITY, THE ABILITY OF ONE ITEM TO BE USED IN TWO DIFFERENT SIDES, SYMBOL OF QUALITY AND HIGH MANUFACTURING SKILLS.
This season’s must-have is the top-quality reversible raincoat by Dal 1926; one side is made with the wool/cashmere Storm System fabric by Loro Piana, a soft material already bonded with a Goretex layer; the other side is a quilted, waterproof microfiber fabric embellished with beautiful suede details.
Reversibility also rhymes with versatility, as the raincoat is perfect with both formal outfits – match it with a cashmere jacket and a tartan shirt – and casual looks, like when you pair it with the burgundy, cashmere/silk argyle pullover by Dal 1926.
Other items combine with the raincoat perfectly: here you can mix and match it with the slim fit, flat front wool/cashmere/elastane trousers and the blue/brown flannel-wool button-down shirt.
The ability to turn the page and move on is something that we all must learn to master, especially during these hard times. And like the reversible raincoat, we must never forget to do it with style.
BLUE STORM SYSTEM WOOL/CASHMERE AND NYLON MICROFIBRE REVERSIBLE RAINCOAT BY DAL 1926