Beat the Cold Mornings in Style

Introducing….The Arrivals newest collection AW17

There is nothing we love more than Autumn, you all know that! But there are some weird quirks about this season; the cold mornings and warmer afternoons. We are all about that pumpkin spiced latte to keep us warm in the morning, but the right jacket is also key to a smooth commute. THE ARRIVALS newest collection 4.0, has the perfect outer wear for you this Autumn season.

This season, for THE ARRIVALS, is all about the pursuit of the ‘foreverwear,’ where aerodynamic lines and graphic hardware that winks to space odyssey characterize the silhouettes of the collections. Each jacket has unique hardware on it, which makes them extra trendy yet simple at the same time. No need to worry about the rain or snow, because these pieces are storm proof and wearable for any gender. THE ARRIVALS goal is to create a product that considers both form and function for its buyers, and on the plus side, have leather in their collection, which totally screams AUTUMN.

Lets get into the iconic pieces first.

The Rainier was and still is the staple of THE ARRIVALS style since their first collection’s release, 1.0. It was the Rainier Tower in Seattle, the city of RAIN, that inspired this design and honestly, there is no better name for this. The newest style of the Rainier, LMTD (a limited product release on the classic Rainier), is the perfect jacket for a chic morning meeting, coffee date or just with a jumper and cute pair of leggings on a Saturday. The Rainier now has a removable shearling collar, which is great for those brisk mornings out, and doubles as a scarf.

The second iconic piece of THE ARRIVALS is the Moya III, an oversized jacket, which is so in right now it’s kind of great. We saw those types of jacket all over fashion week, and applaud this trend. A little longer and larger, but ever so comfortable, this coat can fit a large jumper under it, a LBD for a night out, or a casual hoodie for a coffee run. The Moyo III was made to endure the horrible of the horrible of weather so you don’t have to worry! It has a soft and cozy inside, and a soft and trendy outside. Walk down any street and you will be complimented, we guarantee that! The Moya is a showstopper and a crowd pleaser with the unique colours and style.

New to the collection this season is the Faelke Zero; a simpler but still stylish take on the leather jacket. This jacket has a focus that is more on the detail, which you can see in each zipper. Made from smooth grain Turkish lambskin leather, this jacket also has a shearling collar, a trend we are continuing to see this Autumn and are rooting for.

Lastly, the Eydys jacket is perfect for everyday. Coming in black with a white shearling collar, it is ideal to just throw on quickly for some errands, and immediately styles up any plain outfit. With minimal zippers and detail, the main focus on this jacket is the buttons in the front instead of a zipper. LOVE!

We are loving the colours in this collection, the popular Space Black, but also introducing newly released colours that are limited to this collection: Petrol, a slick deep green, Mars LTMD, a blush hue, Crimson, a deep rustic tone of red that the moon takes during a total lunar eclipse (cool fact eh?).

The collection ranged from $295 to $1295 in price. The 4.0 releases offer customers luxury products at a very acceptable price point. THE ARRIVALS is rooted in their belief that outerwear should be an object of personal style and expression, but also perform well in the toughest weather conditions. Each jacket is crafted with a lot of attention to detail and with high quality materials. Sounds good to us right? We already have ours ready for the week!

Water-Resistant, YCB-Approved.

Christine Rubenstein

CHRISTINE IS CURRENTLY WORKING IN NYC IN SALES. SHE IS A MOTIVATED, CREATIVE AND INDEPENDENT PERSON WHO HAS A PASSION FOR JOURNALISM, SOCIAL MEDIA AND ENTERTAINMENT NEWS. CHRISTINE IS A HUGE FOODIE, LOVES THE BACHELOR AND HER FAVORITE SPORTS TEAM IS THE NEW YORK YANKEES, OF COURSE.

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