High Vis Jackets: The Very Height Of Fashion!
If you’re lucky enough to wear high visibility boiler suits and so on for work, you’ll likely be incredibly pleased to hear that this kind of personal protective equipment has provided an awful lot of inspiration to some of the world’s biggest fashion designers out there.
The likes of Calvin Klein, Maison Margiela, Tibi and Chalayan are all pioneering high vis as high fashion at the moment, according to the Guardian – so bear this in mind the next time you’re on the construction site decked out in yellow and orange!
Expect to see lots of people out and about in high vis come autumn and winter this year, as well as other more outdoorsy styles – oversize coats are also going to be big news on the catwalks and beyond later in 2018, so again if you have to wear one of these for work you’ll look like a trendsetter extraordinaire.
Balaclavas and football scarves are yet two more trends rearing their little heads right now, so put these on for work to keep yourself warm and really look like the ultimate fashion guru.
While this might seem like a very avant-garde idea, however, it’s not the first time high vis has featured on a runway or two. A few years ago, boiler suits and high vis fabrics were the go-to option for fashion powerhouse Moschino, with the clothes also featuring hazard signals, fluoro fabrics and hard hats.
Famous faces also got in on the act, with Seal and Kim Kardashian both being seen out and about in boiler suits.
Written by Ad Rank One at 19/03/2018