As I mentioned last week, these are all over the place this season, and I for one could not be more pleased, because they’re so comfortable and easy and tomboy cool. My inclination is to wear them layered over a zipper hoodie—a shocker coming from me, I know—but they look great on their own too, like here (also: I know the jacket in this picture is pretty perfect, and I feel certain that at least one of you will ask where it comes from, but it’s a street style photo, and I honestly have no idea).
This has a fuzzy texture I dig, and I’m also a fan of its autumnal hues.
I like the nice, soft colors intermingled with the black on this one.
This pink plaid number isn’t left in many sizes, but it was so cute I had to include it anyway, and maybe you’ll get lucky.
The shots of orange here make this a bold (but not too bold) choice. I also think the single row of buttons is cool.
Here’s one that reminds me of pricier specimens by Isabel Marant.
The very subtle pattern here is completely appealing, and makes this a really versatile option.
This buffalo check shirt jacket is a great layer, and very well-priced.
True, this shearling-trimmed jacket isn’t cheap, but it is about as polished-looking as a plaid jacket gets.
How cute is this blue and cream jacket from Sezane? I really might have to go for it.
I’m a sucker for houndstooth, and love how it looks kind of off-register on this boucle jacket.
I like the peacoat details here.
I know that not all of you like a collarless jacket, but I think it’s a good, streamlined look, and I really like it here.
I like the small details on this Pendelton jacket, like the ribbed cuffs, and oversize patch pockets.
This peacoat is a fun alternative to the traditional navy one.
And finally: the detachable hood here is a nice touch.