Shopping for puffers used to be a chore, but in the past couple of years it’s become a delight as they grow increasingly stylish. This multi-layered coat from Vince is nicely streamlined, especially considering how much it has going on.
A nice poppy red and a cool cropped cut.
Everlane has just launched a new collection of puffers made entirely of discarded plastic bottles, and while it comes in a few more versatile colors, I’m quite partial to this yellow one.
A classic version at a very good price.
I’ve been thinking about getting a half-zip puffer for a while now, and I like this one a great deal even though it’s brown, which usually isn’t my thing.
The deep stand collar here is quite chic, and probably very cozy.
Yes, this paisley number is on the crazy side, and I’m not quite certain what the appeal is for me, but there you have it.
A gold metallic number that isn’t too shiny, which is key when wearing metallics.
A nice collarless option.
This is so excellently glossy.
I like the sweater cuffs and collar here, and the side-buttons too.
Here’s a good option if quilting isn’t really your thing.
The shawl collar here is an elegant touch.
Another rather glossy option, and it comes with a puffer scarf, which is cool.
Look closely and you’ll see that this has a subtle plaid print.
I like the contrasting quilting here.
From Universal Standard: a kimono-ish number I seriously covet.
The geometric quilting here is so sharp.
The side-tie here is so sweet.
From Barbour: a quilted version of their popular Beadnell jacket.
I’m always a sucker for toggles.
Uniqlo’s cocoon-ish coat looks super-cozy and is well-priced.
Faux leather adds a dose of toughness.
And finally: the embroidered hearts here could not be a whole lot more adorable.