I’ve been noticing this trend evolve over the past couple of years or so, and I feel like it’s building toward critical mass: more designers are using this outdoorsy material on fashion-y items, and outdoorsy brands are creating more stylish iterations of it. This Vince hoodie is an excellent case in point, and you can also find it on sale in a nice off-white (but alas, in limited sizes).
I’d wear this asymmetrical jacket the same way I would a hoodie: under a jacket or over a sweater.
How cute is the color combination on this pullover hoodie? It also comes in black, if you’re allergic to color.
From Outdoor Voices: another cute pullover hoodie in a nice vibrant red.
And here’s a straightforward hoodie that looks warm as all get-out.
I like that this is ever-so-slightly cropped; it’d look great with high-waisted jeans.
Designer Sandy Liang has been turning out cool fleece items for a while now, and I like this jacket, with its fun corduroy patch pocket, quite a lot.
The yellow here really pops nicely.
I love a pullover zipper hoodie for lounging about, and this one is just aces.
This vest makes for a warm—and adorable—extra layer.
The pink trim here is an unexpected delight.
I’d wear this half zip top under a V-neck sweater.
Such a great shape on this cocoon coat.
This sweatshirt is from Everlane, and it’s made of recycled plastic, which is cool. It also comes in several colors, if mustard yellow isn’t your jam.