Best Suede Jackets fall 2019

15 Incredibly Cool Suede Jackets We’d Love to Slip Into

Good news, Suede Fans, it's your season. Transitional weather is all about layers, and with suede being softer and less bulky than full-grain traditional leather, it makes for a superb layering piece. The options now are plenty: trenches, bombers, and shackets (faux or otherwise) are current favorites, and a classic biker is always a winner. We’re looking to shearling accents for the extra cozy factor, and to fringe for a dose of the Western thing. However it’s done, suede always adds an element of luxe, and for that, we love it. Read on for 15 of our favorite styles out now.

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H&M Faux Suede Coat

A trench is absolutely timeless, but it also happens to be very now. This shorter suede version is a great all-rounder, pairing just as perfectly with off-duty jeans as it does with workwear.

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Levi’s Women’s Faux Leather Sherpa Aviator Bomber Jacket

Bombers and aviators (which are basically the same thing) were designed to keep pilots warm at high altitudes. Today, shearling-lined options are still keeping us warm, but also adding the perfect touch of laidback boyish-cool. This one comes in black and a darker brown, but we love the camel version.

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H&M Faux Suede Shirt Jacket

Clean and simple, this is a great grab-and-go option.

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Selected Femme Suede Biker jacket

If your regular leather biker already gets a major workout, why not give it a break with suede?

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Velvet Albany Sherpa Jacket

We looove reversible jackets. Wear the suede on the inside for a teddy look, or show off the tailored seaming on the suede side for low-key Western cool. This jacket has us praying for cold.

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Nili Lotan Double Breasted Suede Trench Coat

Smooth suede, wide lapels, and a double breasted front give this coat a distinctly 70s feel. Still, it’s an enduring style and we love the camel tone.

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Levi’s Made & Crafted Loose-fit Fringed Jacket

We all know that Western-inspired styles are big, so we weren’t surprised to see fringed jackets emerge as a style set favorite. We suggest doing away with any notions of kitschy cowboy, and simply balancing the fringe with streamlined pieces.

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Reformation Veda Bad Suede Jacket

Reformation is definitely a go-to when on the hunt for a fantastic dress, but it turns out they make some pretty awesome outerwear. This mean suede biker is a favorite.

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Anthropologie Suede Shirt Jacket

We’re loving the grey-ish green of this shirt jacket. The pockets make it a great alternative to a light utility/army-style jacket, but suede gives it a more refined feel.

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BLANKNYC Faux Suede Trench Coat

A trench always looks polished and can pull any outfit together. This version’s grey color also gives it little something extra.

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BB Dakota Wade Faux Suede jacket

With its draped lapels, this jacket can easily go from office to after hours.

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We The Free Distant Lights Bomber Jacket

From Free People’s in-house label comes this terrific cream and pink bomber. We love the combination of the soft palette with the strong bomber style.

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Cupcakes and Cashmere Carolina Shearling vest

We’re feeling both hippie and cowboy vibes with this vest. Whatever your take, this one works equally well over a pair of jeans as it does with a long, flow-y dress.

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Victoria Victoria Beckham Suede Trench Coat

Yes, it’s another trench. But we just couldn’t resist the rich chocolatey tone and impeccable craftsmanship. It's gooood.

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Isabel Marant Étoile Carter Reversible Short Shearling Jacket

Nobody seems to nail that high-fashion yet casual look quite like Isabel Marant. We love this take on the classic suede and shearling jacket, plus it’s reversible and also comes in a longer style.

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