Our annual jacket article is back. This time around we’re showing you all the latest trends for F/W 2022 including some much-adored return of some classics as well as trending new contenders that will seriously have you creating space in your coat closet.
THE RETURN OF THE MOTO
At this point we may as well call it and say that the Moto is the jacket of the decade. Seriously, it looks amazing on everything from high waisted jeans to dark floral midis.
Starting with this beauty that takes all the best of the classic Moto; asymmetrical zipper front, notched collar and a conservative amount of zipper interest, and adds major ’22 refresh in trending white and a cropped silhouette.
Windsor, Make It Moto PU Cropped Jacket $46.90
For the minimalist lovers, this streamlined version keeps the visual interest but in a slimmer, racer style.
Andrew Marc, Harbel Racer Jacket $245
Take your Moto to luxe level. Ultra-soft, faux suede is given an eye-catching bronzy-sliver floral print, making it a serious statement maker.
Boston Proper, Foil Print Floral Faux Suede Moto $89.98
Blame it on a *certain* movie that came out this year, but the flight jacket version of the Moto is really taking off…
NVLT, Faux Shearling Moto Jacket $129.99
Tough moto girl gets flirty with this rosy pink version…
Guess, Vanna Moto Jacket $53.99
THE OVERSIZED BLAZER
This roomy, menswear-inspired piece is exactly the piece you need with plenty of real estate for layering, or just going for exaggerated boxy with a cute bralette underneath.
Take three trends – oversized blazer, leather and fall’s “it” color caramel. Put them together for a trifecta of a piece you’ll be wearing all season long…
Drome, Button Down Leather Blazer $288
The flattering fit of a double-breasted jacket allows it to be worn by itself like a long tunic top, or paired up with a body-con top.
Elie Tahari, Aster Double-Breasted Boyfriend Jacket $351
Looking for a super lightweight version of the boxy blazer? This breezy linen from Rachel Pally will add great relaxed vibes to all your casual looks.
Rachel Pally, Linen Brea Jacket $242
Mad for plaid? This traditional gray plaid blazer gets a super fresh update with a cool two-toned mix. We can’t wait to pair this with this fall’s turtlenecks.
Derek Lam 10 Crosby, 2-Toned Plaid Oversized Blazer $248
From Winnie NY’s new 2021 season comes this gorg oversized blazer in a moody fall green.
Winnie New York, Green Suiting Blazer $317
THE JEAN JACKET
How best to deal with fickle fall weather? Dominate with denim. No, seriously it’s been our stylish way of coping season after season. Not only do denim jackets have a year-round life cycle, they are pretty much an instant classic no matter what the style they are made in. That’s the magic of denim.
A little distress and a whole lotta style, this jacket from Windsor has an easy fit that will look great over this season’s thin ribbed sweaters. And the light wash color? Seriously trending right now.
Windsor, Perfectly Distressed Oversized Denim Jacket $39.90
Puffy sleeves have been invading all manners of tops and jackets this season, and that includes the denim jacket. If you’re coveting a great way to wear this of-the-moment trend, this medium blue version by Joe’s Jeans will serve you well all season long.
Joe’s Jeans, The Brody Jacket $248
Surprise! Bright colors aren’t just for spring anymore. Especially on trend, beautiful Marigold…
Coldwater Creek, Knit Denim Jacket $99.95
For those late fall days when you need a little extra layering, this chic sherpa will keep you warm…
Lucky Brand, Icon Sherpa Jacket $
To anyone who tells you, you cannot wear white after Labor Day…please join us in the 21st century. Thank you.
Joe’s Jeans, The Boyfriend Jacket $188
THE TRENCH COAT
What’s the one jacket that has you singing in the rain? The trench is a classic that will never go out of style. That said, grab yourself one of this season’s updated varieties…with glamorous belting and overly exaggerating collars.
Talk about visual interest! The bold pattern trend isn’t just for pants and sweaters anymore. Show serious swagger with this eye-catching trench from DVF…
Diane von Furstenberg, Eda Trench Coat $324
One of the brands out there synonymous with trenches adds this season’s cool twist with fun and unexpected punches of color. Love!
Burberry, Colorblocked Trench Coat $1,340.99
An adorb casual take on the structured trench. This version is a bit boxier and roomier.
Pascale La Mode, Wool-Blend Trench Coat $49.99
Asymmetrical foulard-inspired inserts put this trench awash in exciting prints while still managing to keep the classic trench look.
Versace Couture, Paisley Leopard Trench Coat $934
Well hello there, hot haute pink! It’s a Barbie world…we’re just living in it…
Allegra K, Double Breasted Trench Coat $73.99
What’s thicker than your average top but thinner than your standard winter coat? Well, that would be fashion’s current favorite hybrid – the shacket (aka shirt + jacket…get it?). What started as a bit of an odd concept, the shacket’s pleasing, easy throw-on silhouette has been growing in cult status all year. Fast forward to now, and the shacket has officially made the list of “must have” fall fashion for your fits.
We love the combo of the utilitarian silhouette juxtaposed with soft pastels. This fab shacket from Lulus is pink perfection and will go with so many of your fall looks.
Lulus, Choose Your Vibe Pink Plaid Shacket $47.20
A beefier version, this shacket from Daisy Lane is a little thicker and would make the ideal go-to for those cooler autumn nights.
Daisy Lane, Solid Shacket $89.99
Proving shackets aren’t all about plaid vs plain, this cool abstracted pattern looks vaguely floral and entirely cool.
Philosophy Di Lorenzo Serafini, Abstract Shacket $467
Like it came straight out of your boyfriend’s closet…
Levi’s, Plaid Print Button Up Shacket $105
Rustic looking but soft to the touch, this relaxed fit tweed shacket is surprisingly versatile. Dress it down with jeans and a tee or make it business-friendly by wearing it as a top, waist cinched in via a broad belt and your fav office skirt underneath.
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