The Jacket Trend To Wear Based On Your Favorite Fall Activity
Maddy Zollo Rusbosin·
Whether your calendar is filled up with weekend getaways, tailgate parties or fall-themed excursions, you’ll need to be dressed appropriately. This is especially true as the weather gets cold enough that you must bundle up. While there’s nothing wrong with pulling your go-to puffer or peacoat out of storage, the seasonal switch is the perfect excuse to invest in something new. Below you’ll find seven fall jacket trends to wear based on your favorite autumn activities.
Your fave fall activity: apple picking
Wear: a plaid coat
There’s nothing wrong with loving everything that comes with the changing seasons. If you’re planning on spending your days apple picking, hanging out in pumpkin patches, and posing in front of the pretty foliage, you’ll need an equally festive fall jacket to match like this checked blanket coat.
Just because you prefer binge-watching your favorite shows rather than venturing outdoors, doesn’t mean you can’t be a stylish homebody. Teddy coats are as cozy as bathrobes, but still trendy enough to see the light of day. Choose one in a neutral color and you can literally wear it over anything. No shame.
Whether you’re cheering in the bleachers or tailgating in the parking lot, stay warm in a sherpa-lined jean jacket. It’s a classic style — not to mention, way cuter than a jersey or a hoodie with your team’s logo on it.
If you prefer the spookier activities of fall, like haunted houses, cemetery visits, and ghost tours, leather is the fall jacket trend for you. Switch things up this season with an oversized leather silhouette that has strong shoulders and bulky sleeves. The style is effortlessly cool and layers well of sweaters and sweatshirts.
Your fave fall activity: wishing it was still summer
Wear: a colorful trench
Not excited about the return of pumpkin spice lattes and chillier temps? That’s okay. By combining a bright hue and the lightweight material of a trench, you can keep the summer vibes going well into the winter.
If you love working out outdoors, slip on a wind-proof, water-resistant zip-up. Look for one that is lined with fleece and has a removable hood, and you’ll stay cozy while running or cycling as the temperature continues to drop.
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