6 Fall Jackets for Transitional Weather

Having the perfect jacket could compliment anything your wearing and helps pull together an outfit. Which means in most cases you will probably own more than one go-to jacket depending on the time of year, where your heading, and the look you’re going for. So I’ve composed a list of six jackets that are all under $150, that will help you make it through the fall check them out!

This varsity-inspired jacket has been given an athletic update, with the soft cotton interlock it makes for a perfect fall jacket for those transitional weather days.

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Polo Cotton Bomber                                       $125

 

This Nike Sportswear jacket will make good for heading to the gym, or maybe an evening run. The jacket’s design has deep pockets that can be used to store your iPod, keys, or other personal items while working out.

If your looking for something more classic in style and that can be worn with many different looks, then check out this fisherman style jacket, by Boulder Creek sold at King Size direct.

Now if your style is more streetwear then MVP Collections has the perfect bomber jacket for you, it’s a vintage-inspired jacket that will be a head turner for sure. The solid red is an eye-catcher and the trimmed neck, wrist, and waistband finish this jacket off nicely.

The Banana Republic is a place where you can always find classic staple pieces. This lightweight bomber can be thrown into the mix to complete any casual look whether it be daytime or night. It’s perfect for layering, also has a water-resistant finish so you’re always ready for wet weather.

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The Banana Republic Water-Resistant Lightweight Bomber                                                               $148

A classic bomber, soft microsuede, perfect for fall! This pick has the rich look and feel of suede, but it’s machine washable! This jacket is certainly one that can be dressed up for a night on the town.

 

All of the above jackets can be found by clicking the links under the images. Which of these fall jackets is your favorite?

 

 

 

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