Living in London is lit. The weather, however, less so. In the height of summer, most times the temps are fall-like, rain always welcomes itself and the little sun seen stimulates saviour-esque sentiments that make crisp warmth a novelty. Basically, there is a demand for one to dress for at least three seasons or wear versatile pieces that allow you to adapt quickly to changing conditions. One such piece and recent procurement is my Nobis Weldon raincoat.
Windproof, waterproof, breathable and most importantly, lightweight, my Weldon has served me well allowing me to withstand the unpredictable weather that London is so fond of offering. So much so that I have found myself donning this overcoat more times than I can think, even when the temps increase. Its lightweight structure and significant storage (that’s secure) can be credited with my overuse but the main factor is that it works with various outfits. Additionally, there is an adjustable hood, pit zip vents, elasticized panel inserts at the back for movement and adjustable sleeves. Across the board, my Weldon is one of my go-to coats for everyday adventures.
This past weekend it rained on Saturday (when it wasn’t supposed to) and rain threatened to show up on Sunday (but didn’t). Was I ill-prepared for any of those days? No way. Nobis’ well done Weldon raincoat had this Sagaboi sorted. See a few captures below.
T-Shirt: John Lawrence Sullivan
Socks: Penrose London
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