This yellow puffa jacket is the must-have fashion item of 2020

Following in the footsteps of the black-and-white polka dot maxi dress that seemed to be everywhere in 2019, a bright mustard-yellow puffa jacket has emerged as the must-have item of 2020. It’s so popular that café staff were left in hysterics when four different women came in wearing it at the same time.

This yellow puffa jacket is the must-have fashion item of 2020
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Remember that black-and-white polka dot Zara dress that seemed to be everywhere last summer? Well, this year, it seems that the item shoppers are going crazy for is a bright mustard-yellow puffa jacket–as Rebecca Birch and her friend Emily Lawrence discovered when they met up for a coffee both wearing it.

But the coincidence didn’t stop there, as yet another lady followed them in to the café wearing exactly the same jacket. Followed by a fourth lady–also wearing the same jacket. Whilst the coats look almost identical, they apparently came from four separate stores: Joules, Benneton, Primark and M&S.

Rebecca told The Sun:

It was one of those moments that was so funny. We were like 'oh my god, we've got the same coat on'. It was such a funny thing to happen. The response was brilliant. We were laughing and talking about how we loved the bright colour. The lady at the back kept saying 'we're a ray of sunshine in difficult times'.

Mustard yellow Zara jacket

There’s also a version of the uber-popular yellow jacket available at Zara, which costs £59.99 and is made of faux-leather. It comes with a detachable hood, a high neck and long sleeves to keep you nice and cosy, as well as front pockets and a metal zip. If you’re not convinced by the yellow, Zara also have similar puffa jackets available in pink, green, black and white for the same price.

Yellow–on-trend for 2020

Yellow seems to be particularly on-trend this year–perhaps because it’s a happy colour and we could all use a little extra sunshine in our lives in 2020. The slightly lighter shade of lemon-yellow could be spotted in collections by top designers like Versace, Marc Jacobs and Fendi this autumn.