As far as the comparison to the Goose, I like the pockets on the Goose because they are big and slanted and can hold a lot. But every time since I got my Trillium, I miss the breast pockets. So it's a give and take.
While still too early to tell if Canada Goose jackets will remain popular, current enthusiasm for the jackets stem from their association with luxury and reputation as a social statement, not their "objective qualities" as Antarctica - grade coldgear. Therefore, as students purchase these jackets based on this reasoning, I consider them a fad at the University of Chicago. This is not to say the company lacks a consumer base who uses these jackets for situations closer to functional intent.
SOOO with all of that said, I wanted to do an updated review of the Trillium style jacket since my last one fell short. Also, to address the elephant in the room, I am aware that the hood is made with real fur, and I realize that it is terrible. I respect your opinions and choices, so I ask that you give me the same courteously in return.
The majority of people who wore a Canada Goose parka in the beginning of high school are local students. Let's assume there are 50 of them. I knew that 10 people in my class are international students from non - Japan Asian countries, none of whom own a Canada Goose parka at the time.
"When you have Donatella Versace doing an Canada Goose Vest Instagram post about how she's proudly against the use of real fur, it really tells you that times have changed and that what we consider luxurious has changed," she says. And those who trade in fur are sometimes press - shy about the fact. In April, Women's Wear Daily asked 22 retailers to share their opinions on fur's role in fashion.