Summer 2019 jackets: street style sighting. Bella Hadid showed off the model to bet with even the perfect combinations
Of 2019 trend jackets it is better to always talk, in all seasons. Temperatures in the summer you can’t trust, there is when they go to the peak of the thermometer, there is when the evening arrives the frescolino. Do you know your friend who covers herself with 30 degrees in the shade, because there is a breeze ?! Here it is. Precisely for this reason it is better to sift through the summer 2019 jackets models to have a point of reference, both on the type and on the combinations on which to play. If your stylist’s eye doesn’t hit the mark, don’t worry, there are models that give you a hand … and a demonstration.
2019 summer jacket, the Bella Hadid Diesel model
Bella Hadid, for example, has very clear ideas and has unsheathed the 2019 summer jacket (signed Diesel) on which your fashion preferences could fall. If it is not her (the jacket, of course), it also applies to a model that incorporates the main features, ie straight shirt line, press studs and multicolor patches.
Bella Hadid did not stop only at the perfect selection, but created the combination for the explosive 2019 summer jacket in which not one of the 2019 trends was excluded: she wore a suit consisting of cycling pants and a sexy underboob top. To close, he chose a pair of sneakers sported strictly with terry socks. In short, in a single look, a decalogue of the spring-summer 2019 trends.
Another point of merit of the choice of Bella Hadid is that it acts as a perfect inspo also for the autumn-winter 2019 fashion, because even if you don’t want to think about it yet, after the summer it will be the time of autumn and there you will want to freshen up to your look. So starting now to take the lead is not necessarily a bad idea, at least this way the bosses turn them into trans-seasonal, which is always convenient.
The model of Bella Hadid jacket is from the Diesel Red Tag GR-Uniforma collection that mixes the 90s style, with utility wear and a twist of Russian avant-garde. The capsule collection was created in collaboration with the stylist made in Moscow Gosha Rubchinskiy and the basic idea was to create garments that were like “pseudo-uniforms” in which they play on the geometric scheme of white, red and black .