If I tell you the truth winter clothes are my favorite. I wait all year long for this time of the year when I get to pull out of storage my favorite fall and winter outfits. I live in an area with pretty warm weather so I get super excited when the temperature starts to drop.
Ladies, it’s time to pull the jackets, coats, vests, long sleeve shirts, and of course your winter boots out of storage! Let me share with you some women’s fashion inspiration to make your winter wardrobe fashionable and super comfortable at the same time!
We are big fans of hybrids. Our trusty labradoodle was the best childhood companion, seedless watermelons really do wonders for easy fruit consumption, and a part-time WFH schedule is vastly improving quality of life. And now, there is a hybrid of fashion that we must discuss: the shacket.
Part shirt, part jacket, the shacket steps in a form of lightweight outerwear. Think reformed lumberjack meets incognito James Bond, there is an earthy sophistication to the piece.
And from sherpa-lined flannels to Western suede styles, we are seeing shackets in all forms. The coat serves as an intermediary between seasons, shouldering the transition between warm and cold.
Truth be told, spring and fall are traditionally the two hardest seasons to dress for, simply because transition pieces are so confusing. It’s too warm for a puffer parka, too hot for a denim number, and not quite the right occasion to break out the leather jacket.
The shacket fills this need, and it does so impeccably. Whether it’s Nanushka’s coated silhouette or Zegna’s navy woolen design, there is endless opportunity for seasonal shacket style.
So we make peace as we enter the winter, knowing we are doing so with modish confidence. We embrace labradoodles and shackets equally, and we welcome hybrids into our homes. But if you need some inspiration to get you started, we’ve rounded up 5 of our favorite shackets you can’t go wrong with this season.
Here Joud fashion gives the selection for best shacket as recommended a lot :
In 7 different hues of corduroy, Gap delivers a shacket for every occasion. Throw a hoodie underneath if you want the extra layers.
Lirron Barn Coat
This “barn coat” is emphatically not a barn coat but a shacket. Regardless of the misnomer, the cashmere plaid makes this an understated-but-luxe pick.
Willingboro Checked Shirt Jacket
A little hint of sherpa-lining goes a long way when it comes to dressing for the change in seasons.
Best Plaid Shacket
Kervont Plaid Overshirt
Isabel Marant was one of the leaders of the shacket movement, so it’s only natural that they have a respective showing in this list. Plus, we love the elevated flannel.
Best Patchy Shacket
With a multitude of fabrics and styles culminating in one shirt jacket, Rick Owens makes a topper that can go with just about anything. Black jeans, cuffed khakis, distressed denim—you name it.
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