Happy Monday friends! It is the last full ‘normal’ week until the holiday craziness begins, and I cannot believe it. With the holiday season also comes lots of COLD-we are struggling with a fall that super cold very quickly. So, I have been forced to pull out the winter jackets early! Last week I shared over 100 hats, mittens and scarves. Today, I thought I would do something similar and round up some of the best winter jackets. I broke them down by category, so keep reading to see 100+ winter jackets for all weather!
100+ Winter Jackets For All Weather
Puffer coats are one of my favorite jackets to wear, especially during the transitional seasons. Many of these won’t hold up to the dead of winter (at least here in Minnesota). But the packable material make these amazing jackets that keep you warm without being bulky.
Moto and Faux Leather Jackets
Moto jackets are a GREAT staple piece. I have lived in the one I have all fall long. They add a touch of edge to any outfit, and there are SO many options out there right now.
Sherpa and Faux Fur
This trend speaks to my heart! I am loving that sherpa and faux fur are EVERYWHERE right now. Sherpa is one of the warmest fabrics-I actually have some sherpa sweaters that are so warm, I have to save them for the coldest of days. These styles will keep you cozy and trendy all at once!
Every woman needs a classic dress coat in their closet. Perfect for wearing over a dress on date night, or to the office, while still keeping you warm. Peacoats are one of my favorite jacket styles-they are so cute and there are SO many styles!
Cold Weather Jackets
This one is for all of my Midwestern friends 😉 Sometimes, all that you are concerned about is warmth and making sure you don’t freeze. These jackets will have you covered, and keep you warm even when the polar vortex swings through1
Shell jackets are so great for transitional weather, or if you plan to be outside and active. They are lightweight but keep you warm. I have always thought they look so sleek while being sporty, too!
As always, thank you for reading! If there is anything you would like to see more of, let me know!