3rd of February 2014, London - Did you know that the UK has an average of 140 rainy days a year? The forecast is that this number of days is due to increase over the next few years. Time to introduce HappyRainyDays to the UK. This rain-fashion brand is already a big success in the Netherlands and Germany. HappyRainyDays makes rainy days less grey with cheerful and trendy rainwear for women. The collection consists of jackets, trench coats, parkas, long raincoats, short trench coats, capes, rain pants and rain hats in various colours and designs.
And when it does not rain?
The motto of HappyRainyDays is: “look fashionable and feel happy in the rain while wearing comfortable and cheerful designed rainwear”. All coats and jackets are breathable and waterproof. The lining consists of 100% cotton for ultimate comfort. Due to the breathability coats and jackets can be worn even when it does not rain.
Many colours and designs
The coats are available in a large variety of styles and designs to suit everybody’s tastes and needs. For Fall/winter 2014 you can choose from 26 colours in 6 styles. Besides the commercial colours navy, black, red, beige and khaki the colours yellow, Royal blue, Magenta and Aubergine are bighting up the autumn collection.
For sale Europe wide
HappyRainyDays coats and jackets are available in more than 300 stores in Europe (Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Ireland, Switzerland, Austria, Finland and Denmark) or can be ordered on www.happyrainydays.com.
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Astrid de Groot or Saskia van der Burgh?
T. +31 (0)20-737 03 07
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Stand: J48 Moda Woman
The Dutch fashion brand HappyRainyDays offers a large collection of trendy coats. From classic trench coats to sporty jacket, in fashionable colours and happy designs. All coats are waterproof, windproof and breathable. These coats are perfect for rainy and cold as well as sunny days. HappyRainyDays is available in more than 300 fashion stores through Europe.