Fall’s Top Jacket Trends, All Under $50
Gone are the summer days of walking out wearing nothing but a peasant dress and Birkenstocks. Chilly fall breezes will be here before you know it, and we want you to be prepared (and super stylish). That’s why we’ve pulled together some of the season’s top jacket trends, just in time for you to grab your favorites and bundle up.
Collared Plaid Jacket
The ’70s are back, baby, as far as fashion is concerned. This sherpa wool and plaid combo is a great throwback choice for fall. Layer it with a crisp button-up and tough boots for a cool, collected look made for apple picking (or car pool).
Asymmetrical Zip Moto Jacket
We love the soft statement this blush topper makes when layered over everything from prairie dresses and floral blouses to your favorite worn-in tee.
Hooded Utility Jacket
From cargo pants to weatherproof jackets, utility clothing is everywhere this season. This navy-and-black print goes with just about anything, and the hood means that, rain or shine, you’ll be ready for wherever the day takes you.
Knit Moto Jacket
The quilted shoulder and cuff details on this warm knit jacket set it apart from the rest. We know this will quickly become your go-to, so may we suggest you also pick it up in black?
Sherpa-Lined Denim Jacket
Another great sherpa-lined find, this one is paired with classic denim for an updated twist.
Nylon Bomber Jacket
This is a sporty-chic addition to any outfit. Pair it with your athleisure as you run to and from yoga class, or wear it with skinny jeans for a comfortable, cool layer.
Trucker Denim Jacket
You can’t go wrong with classic Levi’s denim, and this trucker silhouette is an ideal boxy fit. Bonus: This one comes in both light and dark washes, so you can choose your favorite.
This cropped animal-print version is a trendy take on the above classic. Add a silky black blouse or nude wool turtleneck underneath for a fun (and super-useful) play on layering.
Camo Nylon Bomber Jacket
This version of the popular bomber jacket offers a great camo print. It can serve as a bold pattern on top of a neutral outfit when you want to stand out a little—or should we say blend in?