8 Ways to Stay Warm When the Nights Get Cool
The nights are getting cooler, and maybe even the days. It’s time to break out that extra later of clothes again. We’re here to give you 8 stylish and comfortable ways to stay warm this fall, in any situation.
Coffee with friends, shopping, driving the kids to their afterschool programs. Your basic everyday activities. You want choices that are approachable, comfortable and work well with jeans and that top you’re wearing. Oh, and they should work with your sneakers or any other shoe choice you make.
Option 1: A Light Jersey Cardigan
Looks good with everything, this cardigan is a wardrobe basic. You should always have one around to throw over anything you happen to be wearing. You can cover up more or less depending on how you wear it. It also works with a tight or loose top underneath.
Option 2: French Terry Jacket
Still pretty casual, this jacket can take you from the office to the evening. Just throw on a pair of heels and a glitzy top and you’re good to go. Pairs well with skinny jeans.
Option 3: Rose Colored Short Jacket
Jackets are so versatile, they take you to the office and out and about with an extra bit of chic. For the tail end of summer and the beginning of fall the unstructured jackets work best to create a laid back vibe. This jacket comes in a beautiful neutral hue that will pair up well with your tan footwear and pastel tops
Option 4: Free People The Big Chill Cardigan
Get cozy with this cotton-poly cardigan. The oversized fit, shawl collar and frayed trim give it a boho vibe. The slouchy cut is flattering to most body types.
Even More Casual
Option 5: A Classic Jeans Jacket</>
The absolute best way to style your denim jacket this season is with a pair of non-blue jeans – white, black or any other color you own. A denim jacket is one of those items you have to try on to get it right.The best length is different for every body type.
Option 6: A Quilted Vest</>
A quilted vest is one of the most comfortable ways to get warm, since you have full range of movement with your arms. It’s surprisingly effective too, when your torso is warm, you really retain body heat. It’s also a surprisingly flattering style for many body types.
Option 7: Waterproof Jacket</>
Let’s get practical now. Waterproof and breathable. That may be all you need in the cooler evenings and early fall. This jacket has a hood, an inner pocket for your phone if it’s really pouring, and it comes in an array of gorgeous colors. We’re not sure what our favorite is!
Option 8: Columbia Splash A Little™ Rain Jacket
If you want to be practical and stay dry but you need a look that’s a little less sporty, this is the jacket for you. A structured cut gives it a more urban look, but you still get the same waterproof breathing material and a hood.