Fall Jacket Trends for 2013
Let’s face it, fall fashion is the best. All the layering options make for versatility and more interesting outfits…not to mention of number of different textures to mix and match. A fall jacket is the perfect way to top off an outfit, so we say let your jacket be part of your outfit instead of just a way to keep warm. Here are the top five styles in fall jacket trends for 2013.
The bomber jacket has been in style for a couple seasons now, so it’s a safe bet that if you invest in this style, you’ll be able to wear it for a while.
Wear it with: Bombers look great with dresses, skirts, and slim-fitting pants.
We love the moto jacket because 1) it always looks cool (as you can see in this picture) and 2) it’s warm enough to wear right up to winter.
Wear it with: Almost anything. You can feminize the moto jacket with a light-colored maxi skirt or dress, or go full-out rocker with some distressed denim and boots.
The fall blazer is great because it can be worn both outdoors and in. It always looks professional, and is a good way bump up an otherwise casual outfit to something put-together and office appropriate. Blazers will never go out of style, but this season the trend is a blazer with only one or two buttons, with a low stance fastening well below the bust.
Wear it with: A slim pant, skinny jean, pencil skirt, or structured trouser.
This menswear trend is a great way to add some drama to your night out. Because of that, it’s easier to have a little more fun with bold colors or patterns. Of course, you can never go wrong with classic black.
Wear it with: Because the tuxedo jacket is more loose-fitting, you’ll want to balance your outfit with a slim pant, skinny jean, or mini skirt on the bottom.
A military jacket is super structured, and has embellishments like big shiny buttons and epaulets. Despite that, it’s great for everyday outerwear, and looks best in military inspired colors like navy or army green. We’re so glad it’s still in style, and are excited to try out this season’s shorter, boxier versions.
Wear it with: Dresses and tights really balance out the structure of this look, and some medium-washed jeans help to keep it casual.