Nine Classic Fall Coats

Classic Fall Coats

Last week on Nantucket (I’m sharing all of the details from our trip on Wednesday), it went from summer to fall weather before our eyes. Although I’m afraid of another 8,000 month winter, it felt really nice to wear a sweater and jeans without sweating profusely. This weekend, the smell of fall was in the air again and I think it might just be here to stay.

On one of our Nantucket afternoons, it started to sprinkle, and luckily I had thrown this yellow raincoat in my bag at the last minute. I was helping out with a big shoot for my friend’s company, Chappy Wrap, and threw on the coat over what I was wearing… The blue door was behind me as I was organizing props and we literally had no choice but to take photos!

It felt like a 90’s J.Crew photo shoot with the colors and location and I decided to nix my post for today to share these photos in it’s place as well as a list of my go-to classic fall coats. It might be one of my favorite set of photos ever… Especially the BTS one below of me climbing up onto the porch.

Although a bright yellow slicker might not seem all that practical, I find myself wearing mine all the time in the summer, spring, and fall. But if I had to pick one classic fall coat it would be a Barbour. I have and love both the Beadnell waxed jacket and this quilted jacket, and think they’re equally amazing so I can’t pick a favorite. They are an investment but I’ve had my Beadnell for almost 10 years and have had it re-waxed only once. It looks perfectly worn-in.

What’s your go-to fall coat?

Petit Bateau Rain Coat (Similar for $74) / Tuckernuck Sweater c/o (Similar) / 7 for All Mankind Jeans / Hunter Boots / Smathers & Branson Hat

1. Barbour Quilted Jacket, $279
2. J.Crew Puffer Vest, $49
3. Plaid Oversized Blazer, $109
4. Madewell Denim Jacket, (Another great option for $64)
5. Yellow Hooded Raincoat, $180 (Similar option for $74)
6. J.Crew Camel Blazer, $198
7. Patagonia Better Sweater, $99 (I also have the Better Sweater vest which I love for hikes)
8. J.Crew Factory Field Jacket, $108
9. Patagonia Puffer Coat, $199


Classic Fall Coats



Petit Bateau Rain Coat (Similar for $74) / Tuckernuck Sweater c/o (Similar) / 7 for All Mankind Jeans / Hunter Boots / Smathers & Branson Hat

 

Photos by Julia Dags.

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  1. Allie said:

    I love the bright yellow! It brings so much cheer to a rainy day!
    xAllie
    http://www.theallthatglittersblog.com

    9.24.18 · Reply
    • Julia said:

      I agree! Such a fun coat.

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  2. Melissa said:

    Loving the fall look! Would you say the sweater runs tts?

    9.24.18 · Reply
    • Julia said:

      Yes! But it’s oversized. This is a small and it was nice and big and cozy (in a good way).

      9.24.18 · Reply
      • Melissa said:

        Perfect thanks! Ordering right now 🙂

        9.25.18 · Reply
  3. Taylor said:

    Love all of these coats! Jackets are my weakness! They are just such a fun addition to any outfit, especially in cooler months.

    Taylor | http://www.livingtaylored.com

    9.24.18 · Reply
    • Julia said:

      Same! I have way too many… But def need them all haha

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  4. Libby said:

    I love all of these! My go to is for sure all of my J. Crew Puffer Vests!! They are perfect for that summer to fall transition, and are cute, comfy, and warm!

    https://premedwearspearls.blogspot.com

    xoxo –Libby

    9.24.18 · Reply
    • Julia said:

      Agreed! I wear mine wayyyyy too often.

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  5. Caitlin said:

    These photos have so much joy in them! Seems like they were made for this photo shoot 🙂

    9.24.18 · Reply
    • Julia said:

      We had SO much fun! Also a yellow coat always makes me smile 🙂

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  6. Kristen said:

    it’s so true how many coats you need for fall! I’ve definitely been wearing my raincoat, better sweater, patagonia fleece, jean jacket all in the last couple weeks. Just as excited for cozy oversized sweater season 🙂

    9.28.18 · Reply