TK x PARAJUMPERS
Dear Canada, your winters are unbearable. I’m not saying I hate them, I just wish they didn’t last as long. Once Christmas is over, I wish that the snow could just disappear 😛
Thankfully, we’re covered with gorgeous winter jackets that keep us warm without compromising our sense of fashion.
Parajumpers is a luxury, Italian outerwear brand sold at high-end retail stores across Canada such as: Harry Rosen, Nordstrom and many more! It’s funny, every time I wear my jacket, I get people asking me the same question: “are you going parachuting with that jacket?”. You’ll understand what I mean when you see the military designs/details on the jacket – the hooks, the parachute clips. These all embody the true spirit of the brand. I love that the Parajumpers jackets have these details because it’s what makes the jacket stand out AND make it stylish.
When I first tried on the jacket, I assumed that it wouldn’t keep me warm because it is so thin and fitted but boy was I wrong. Don’t let the “thinness” of this jacket fool you, it definitely keeps you very warm. I was shopping in the mall with it over the weekend and nearly pulled a sweat.
Can we also talk about fishnets? I wore mine under a pair of ripped jeans and it was the comfiest thing! Minus the part where my legs froze lol
I love how the fishnet stockings dress up any outfit! Now I just need to get my hands on the shorter sock version. Although, fun to wear, they are extremely delicate. You have to be very careful when putting them on and taking them off, that’s the only downfall to this amazing new trend.
Enough about the fishnets, let’s get back to the Parajumper jacket…
I love when a brand literally thinks of everything, and Parajumpers does this well. Being a brand that launched in 2005, they listen to their customers needs. One being that the fur hood is removable. No need to ruin that fur when bringing it to the dry cleaner.
On that note my fellow readers…keep warm this winter!
Jacket Parajumper long Bear in Black | Sneakers Adidas ZX Flux Smooth
Photographed by Andree-Anne Perenne