Like other versions of the Mackintosh raincoat, the Ministry Dry Days Mac has a style that complements office clothes quite nicely, making it ideal for layering during rainy work days. Except, they pair it with a four-way stretch material, giving you a jacket you can wear all day without hindering your movements.
Cut in a technical blend of polyester, polyurethane, and spandex, the garment delivers rain protection and freedom of movement with equal aplomb, making it quite ideal for urban commutes. Ministry claims the fabric is as technical as your favorite outdoor jackets, as it can wick moisture and regulate temperature, too, ensuring you stay perfectly comfortable the entire time you have the layer on.
The Ministry Dry Days Mac shuts out rain with a three-layer waterproof softshell, with taped seams further blocking the entry of neither water nor chilly breeze. It’s styled very clean, with no pockets and visible zippers breaking up the classic Mac silhouette, allowing it to complement your business suits without any distracting accoutrements. A hidden zipper on the collar provides access to a stow-away hood with drawstring adjustments, allowing it to keep your head dry while retaining the clean look once the drizzle has ended. It comes in two colors: black and gray.
Available now, the Ministry Dry Days Mac Jacket is priced at $375.