It is what it is:
Customers are looking for layers and cozy fabrics to keep warm in the colder months. The poncho is a great option for transitioning to the colder months. The poncho was first introduced for US military forces in 1850s. It is an essential part of our wardrobes, and it’s a versatile style that can be used in between seasons.
It’s why you’ll love it:
There are many styles to choose from, including ponchos with bold patterns or streamlined cuts. There are so many options that it will be difficult to choose the right one. This layer can be worn over a casual sweater to create a relaxed, easy look. However, it can be dressed up or down with a belt. It’s warm and can be worn up or down, depending on the occasion. The poncho is a great alternative to structured blazers. It’s often made of wool, cashmere, and other plush fabrics. Customers will appreciate how easy it is to put on and take with you.
We’ve seen it everywhere:
Balmain presented several ponchos as part of its Resort 22 collection. The most notable was a striking red and white striped version with the brand’s logo. We’ve seen Anna Sui show a black style with bright fringes and a Western-inspired look. Missoni chose a quilted design in bright, shiny blue for the Spring/Summer 22, season. Gabriela Hearst showed a colourful, large-sized knitted poncho while Burberry displayed menswear options with leather details and a hood.
How to style it
For a casual, cool look, the poncho can be worn over any top. United Colors of Benetton’s check version is perfect for autumn. It comes in classic colors and can be paired with black jeans, knee-high boots and a felted cap. The oversized version by NA-KD is both fashion-forward and cozy. It can be paired with neutrals or greys. Repeat Cashmere’s style, made from pure cashmere, is a more feminine version. Vila’s hooded design combines style and practicality. Vila’s is great for adding extra warmth on cold mornings. Only’s fringed version comes with a houndstooth design that can be worn with chunky sweaters and ankle boots.
Although the poncho may not be your first choice for warmth when it gets cold, it is a stylish option that will keep you warm. You can wear it in neutral tones or in autumn colors. It looks great with almost any outfit.