If you're heading back to work now that Metro Manila is under GCQ, you may be looking for more protective gear you can wear besides just face masks-we understand, the paranoia is real. Plus, studies about face masks remain inconclusive and you know by now that a mask alone won't be enough to protect you from the virus, so we're all for taking extra measures. Here's something you can shop if you're looking to add more layers of protection to your body: local clothing brand AVA makes protective trench coats that come with a detachable face shield on the hood!

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The Tess jacket is a trench coat-style piece of outerwear that's lightweight and made from a water-repellent fabric-perfect to use now that the rainy season is approaching. It's length extends until about thigh-level for a chic look that covers the majority of your upper body. And most importantly, the jacket's hood comes with a face shield that you can wear over your mask. It's detachable, so you won't have a problem washing the piece and you can continue wearing the jacket post-pandemic. Plus, you won't have to lug around an extra piece of protective gear to shield your face. You can take off the hood as soon as you enter your workplace and it'll hang just behind your head for easy access any time you need to put it back on. It comes in three colors: red, black, and green.


Check them out:

Tess Protective Trench Coat in Black


Tess Protective Trench Coat in Red



Tess Protective Trench Coat in Green


The Tess protective trench coat is available on Ava's website for P880.

For more information, log on to Ava's Instagram page.

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