Seasonal checklist:
The utility capsule

This year functionality meets fashion, with the colder months representing the most inspiring sartorial moment to adopt this fusion. But how to dress well when time is limited?

The key to looking stylish while dressing practically is smart layering. With these well thought-out wardrobe components, creating a new transitional weather rotation feels both easy and energising. These are the pieces that will keep you tapped into the ever-clever layering trend.

1. Base layer staple

A comfy merino rollneck, like those shown below, injects interest into any outfit. Wear it creatively – under that smart collared shirt, for example. Merino wool is loved for its softness, strength, and breathability.

2. Printed shirt dress / blouse

With a bold print, a wardrobe classic turns into a statement piece. This year, both a printed shirt dress and a blouse combine perfectly with the above-mentioned rollneck.

3. Transitional knit

A high-quality knit like the below Marey Konkelo works wonders with its versatility: it looks neat while being warm, comfy, and easily combinable with all your style essentials.

4. Bonded coat

We’re praising the practicality of this one, especially when it comes to transitional dressing. A bonded, water-repellant coat is not only an excellent light-weight outerwear piece, but also a mid-layer warmer.

5. Water-repellent parka

A functional outer layer classic to wear on top of everything else. The bold Marimekko coats are known for combining everyday practicality with timeless style.

6. Protective bib neck

A fun novelty to spice up your sartorial imagination. Wear it on a knit or a dress – or match it with any of your coats, replacing the muffler. Such a smart and cosy style update!

7. Versatile bag

Something all new in our bag selection! Both timeless and very now, the water-repellent Wear All Day bag series is characterized by feminine functionality and inspiring details.

Taking care of Marimekko materials
Our latest capsule is brimming with lovely, more sustainable materials. Learn how to take care of fabrics in our care guide.
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