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19 Jackets We Can’t Wait to Live In This Fall

Talk of spiced pumpkin-flavored everything is underway, which means it’s unofficially jacket season. No one’s pulling out parkas yet, but still, we’ll be needing more layers to keep comfortable as it gets chillier. This year, we're looking to classic blazer styles to do the job, particularly in plaid and houndstooth patterns, and we’re also having fun with some 80s-inspired pieces. Faux fur hasn’t gone anywhere, and wardrobe constants like denim and leather will never fail us. Here, our picks for the best fall jackets for 2019.

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All Saints Astrid Puppytooth Blazer

This double-breasted houndstooth bestseller has a looser, boxier cut, but looks so tailored and chic. We love it.

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Isabel Marant Dina double-breasted cotton-moleskin jacket

The queen of Parisian cool-girl chic is still bringing on the 80s. The strong shoulders might look extreme, but they actually sit quite low, making the effect more subtle.

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Everlane The Denim Chore Jacket

Big pockets and a long jacket length make this timeless Everlane piece easy to layer.

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Vince Flannel Boyfriend Blazer

Thank you, Vince, for always coming though with classic wardrobe staples. This blazer's slouchy fit looks effortless, and the warm-toned neutral hue makes it a great transitional option.

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Giuliva Heritage Collection Diana Prince of Wales checked merino wool jacket

This jacket is a take on Bill Pashley's Tweed Hunting Suit worn by Princess Diana in 1981 on her honeymoon in Balmoral. Granted, it's not so wallet-friendly, but we could argue that channeling one of history’s biggest style icons is priceless.

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Officine Generale Manon Plaid Wool-Blend Blazer

We're big on plaid—and blazers. This is right up our alley.

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Rag & Bone Slade Blazer

Rag & Bone’s more fitted cut and stand-up collar is super flattering and brings nice variation to a classic black blazer.

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Levi’s Ex-Boyfriend Denim Trucker Jacket

A jean jacket is mandatory for any wardrobe. Get one (if you haven’t already)!

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Bershka PU shacket in black

A combo shirt/jacket—a.k.a. a shacket—is such a versatile year-round layering piece. A leather version like this one is particularly handy, and definitely up there on the cool scale.

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Laveer Corduroy Belted Boyfriend Blazer

Belting is big right now. While we're up for DIY-ing it with coats and belts already in our closets, this corduroy number makes it easy. Plus, the jewel-toned bordeaux color has a lovely fall feel.

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Cupcakes and Cashmere Faux Fur Bomber

Faux fur is always fun and adds something extra. We love what it does to this bomber jacket. 

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Asos Design lightweight parka

A lightweight parka isn’t novel, but the proportions on this Asos model are perfect.

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BLANKNYC Fonda Quilted Utility Jacket

It's hard to walk down the street and not see someone wearing an army/utility jacket these days. We get it—they’re easy, casual, and get the job done. This quilted version has more of a bomber fit and feels fresher than the garden-variety version.

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I.AM.GIA Pixie Teddy Coat

Teddy, sherpa, and faux fur generally tend to get lumped together because they’re all lighter alternatives to the pricier shearlings, which are also very now. Whatever we choose to call it, we like this one and it will still keep us toasty. It's just like wearing a teddy bear.

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MKT Studio Masur Check Jacket

Nothing screams "fall" quite like blended woolen plaid—especially one in this red-camel-black-white combo.

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Madewell Corduroy Swing Chore Coat

Workwear is back in vogue, and this jacket gets a style bump up with plush corduroy.

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pparis Sarah Quilted Fur Coat

Hit the town in this plush number or stay home and snuggle it—your call!

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