Some trends can feel alienating, but the padded coat can be worn by anyone from new dads to students and Theresa May to Alan Partridge
It has become a truism that, if you wait long enough, something unfashionable will end up being in fashion.
It has happened to tracksuits, socialism and Cline Dion. And, for better or worse, it has happened to puffer jackets you know, the catch-all term for those water-resistant, ultrapractical technical coats you might tackle Everest in. Or at least Storm Erik.
Winter has turned into spring, but it still seems we are never more than 6ft from a puffer. They are on your dad, but also in Whitehall (Theresa May regularly emerges from Downing Street looking broken in one of two versions of the same 750 padded jacket, and last weekend wore a more generic black version to church). They are on TV, too: in the US, Russian Dolls Alan wears a Uniqlo one under his coat; in the UK, antihero Alan Partridges extraordinary or ludicrous, if you are the Daily Telegraph yellow padded coat is uncannily similar to something Balenciaga showed last season.
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