Dressing for the type of Midwest weather we get is 10Xs easier with the right layering pieces. Let's focus on the jacket. It's an outwear piece that changes season to season. But let's not only think of it for outdoor use. Have you ever been freezing at work? Please who hasn't.
So what do you do with that outwear piece when it's too cold outside for it, but not warm enough at work to go sleeveless? At Jophiel, we like to call them toppers:
top-per /ˈtop ər/
1. a person or thing that tops.
2. a woman's loose, usually lightweight topcoat, especially one that is knee-length or shorter. 3. capper (def 2). 4. British Slang. an excellent or well-liked person or thing.
It's a topper of a topper!
For so many of us, fall brings to mind the beautiful layers of sweaters, scarves and jackets. And that's great! But don't let it stop there. That same look can be just as attractive inside when there is finally snow on the ground. You can still enjoy the lighter weight summer jackets as indoor toppers.
It's the pop-over scarf, the open poncho, the lightweight duster, the Moto jacket and the double-faced cashmere. Wherever your located, no matter your weather- there is a topper for you!