Yellow Raincoats are Making a Comeback—Here are 7 to Shop Now

Eva Medoff
Yellow Raincoats are Making a Comeback—Here are 7 to Shop Now
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When it comes to rainy-day outerwear, most of us reach for the least raincoat-y option available. This fall, however, classic slickers are coming back in a big way—and the fashion crowd is specifically reaching for ones that are bright yellow.

On top of giving you serious Parisian and/or British countryside vibes, a mustard (or neon, or canary) jacket adds a pop of color to the usual subdued autumn palette. Plus, there’s something about them that just shows you mean business—no, you’re actually not cool with getting soaked on your way into work this morning. Throw it on over your usual office or weekend brunch attire, and you win at casually playful, subtly cool combo-dressing.

In short, primary-color anoraks aren’t for toddlers and fishermen anymore. Need proof? We’ve rounded up street-style snaps to show you how to pull it off, plus provided seven options to snag for yourself. Stay dry out there.

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BDG New Fisherman Rain Coat, $89; at Urban Outfitters

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Stutterheim Raincoats Stockholm Raincoat, $368; at Barneys

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Michael Kors Double-Breasted Raincoat, $444.75; at Neiman Marcus

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Brooks Brothers Long Raincoat, $124; at Brooks Brothers

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Jane Post Princess Rain Slicker, $325; at Nordstrom

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Petit Bateau Yellow Oilskin Raincoat, $205; at Avenue 32

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ASOS Petite High Shine Rain Trench, $81; at ASOS

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