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Style Guide: Essential Fall Jackets

By Maddie Sievers

 

 

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Utility Jacket

A utility jacket, also known as a military jacket or anorak, is the perfect lightweight jacket for any fall outfit. You can easily incorporate one into your look instead of taking it on and off whenever you go inside. Just roll up the sleeves, throw on a lightweight tee underneath, and finish with a cute scarf. While the most popular color is olive, utility jackets are also available in shades of gray, maroon, and sepia. These are also great because they usually have hoods and always have tons of pockets!

 

 

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Denim Jacket

A denim jacket is one of the most versatile clothing pieces you can have in your wardrobe. Whether it’s a dark wash to match with dressier outfits, or a distressed light-wash for casual, everyday looks, a jean jacket is a staple for any time of year. They’re especially great in the fall because of how easy it is to throw one over any outfit for extra warmth.

 

 

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Suede Sherpa Coat

A bit of a throwback look, this chic yet casual jacket is an incredibly warm, cozy way to add extra flair to any outfit. Cream-colored shearling or sherpa paired with the tan suede of this style complements any fall color well.

 

 

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Teddy Coat

The name of this jacket says it all. It’s basically just a big, fuzzy blanket to wrap yourself up in as the temperature drops. What more could you want?

 

 

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Belted Coat

This is a cute yet comfortable jacket, exactly what any dressy fall outfit needs. Before winter comes, take advantage of the V-neck on this wrap-style coat to show off a little bit of your outfit.

 

 

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Leather Jacket

Similar to a denim jacket, leather jackets are incredibly versatile and can be dressed both up or down. Black is great for an edgier look, or try tan or gray for a more feminine feel.

 


 

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