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5 Jacket Styles for 2019

It’s jacket season, people–and the possibilities are endless! We love jackets not only because of how functional they are for keeping warm as layering pieces but for the added style they can bring to any look. Not sure where to begin on your jacket search? Check out our list below of our five favorite jacket styles for 2019. We have a lot of great options this year, whether you’re looking for a stylish bomber or a trendy and cozy fleece jacket.

5 Jacket Trends for 2019

  1. Puffer Jackets

  2. We love puffers for when it gets chilly. With great brands like The North Face, North End, and Port Authority to choose from, personalizing a puffer would be great for your company or sports team. Puffers offer insulation to keep you warm, with most coming in quilted styles that add style but not bulk. A great option? The North End Men’s Loft Puffer Jacket. It has a technology that offers a thermal-like warmth but with synthetic materials instead of down. It repels water and has a classic puffer look. Another winner is The North Face Thermoball Jacket with its durable water-repellent finish and baffles that are contoured to fit your body to keep you warm.

  3. Bomber Jackets
  4. The perfect addition to any look? A trendy bomber jacket. The Alpha Industries MA‑1 Flight Jacket is an authentic original military MA-1 bomber and is the perfect blend of fashion and military style. We love the details like the bright orange interior and the “remove before flight” flag. It’s water resistant and has a knit rib collar, cuffs, and a waistband. Another favorite military style is the Alpha Industries M‑65 Defender Jacket. Made from 100% vintage cotton slub, it’s comfy, stylish, and functional with tons of pockets and a concealed hood. This jacket would pair well with your favorite pair of jeans all fall long.

  5. Soft Shell Jackets
  6. Soft shell jackets are so versatile, which is why we love them for large groups or businesses. The North Face Tech Stretch Soft Shell Jacket is a weather‑protective, breathable piece that’s stretchy so you can move freely. It’s even eco‑friendly and made from recycled materials! This jacket is easy to throw in a bag for your day trip or to keep at your office for if the weather turns poor for your coffee run. The Spyder’s Men’s Transport Soft Shell Jacket has a 3-layer softshell fabric, trendy seam accents, and comes in a women’s compliment! It also has zippered hand warmer pockets–talk about keeping you cozy.

  7. Windbreakers
  8. Windbreakers are a staple in any closet. For something super flattering, check out our Under Armour Women’s Cinched Windbreaker Jacket (it also comes in men’s style). It’s windproof, repels water, and has an internal drawcord to cinch the waist for an elegant look even while wearing a windbreaker. Another long-time favorite of ours is the Charles River Pack‑N‑Go Hooded Packable Anorak. It packs into its own front pouch making it so easy to take anywhere. It also comes in some amazing colors like columbia blue and coral.

  9. Fleece Jackets
  10. Fleece is like the OG of jackets–who didn’t have a fleece growing up? And they’re still fan favorites throughout life, from college to company apparel. They’re a staple of winter for a reason–they’re great for staying cozy and warm without the added bulk. We can’t get enough of The North Face Canyon Flats Fleece Jacket, with its smooth-faced fleece, raglan sleeves, and endless durability. And if you’re into the sweater fleece trend, look no further than the Devon & Jones Women’s Full Zip Sweater Fleece Jacket. It’s stylish and is the perfect backdrop for a company logo.

    What style jacket are you excited to wear this year? Tell us about it and your customization plans in the comments below.

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