Get the Cold-Weather Jacket Every Fashion Girl Is Wearing for Under $150
The first official day of New York Fashion Week brought with it a serious dose of winter weather — specifically, snow and freezing temps. But that didn’t stop fashion’s most dedicated from braving the elements in style. No, show-goers this season proved this wasn’t their first rodeo by throwing on their cold-weather best and getting down to business. The MVP for outerwear this season? That would be the shearling moto jacket.
In iterations varying from basic black to brown to tweed, the fashion crowd showed just how possible it is to look hot when it’s cold out. Want to cop your own version without leaving your bank account on thin ice? Check out our current favorites available now for under $150. (Photos via Daniel Zuchnik/Getty, Christian Vierig/Getty, Daniel Zuchnik/Getty, Christian Vierig/Getty)
1. Express Black Faux Shearling Moto Jacket ($121): All black everything goes with, well, everything. This will be a closet staple, for sure.
2. J.O.A. Women’s Shearling Moto Jacket ($145): With pink being one of this season’s strongest trends, this option is both cozy and current. It’s the perfect way to nod to Spring 17 when the weather is still pretty much winter.
3. PrettyLittleThing Faux Suede Aviator Jacket ($83): For when you’re over black but you still need a versatile shade, this dove gray option gets the job done. The soft color also adds a touch of femininity to the typically tough moto shape.
4. Missguided Faux Fur Lined Aviator Jacket Black And Brown ($117): Totally luxe-looking without hurting your wallet? #Winning.
5. Make Me Chic Pink Belted Collar and Cuff Asymmetric Zip Faux Shearling Jacket ($58): Edgy and girly at the same time, with a double-digit price tag! Give it here, now.
6. H&M Wool-blend Biker Jacket ($70): In felted wool and a soft beige color, this option feels casual cozy. Plus, the fresh fabrication makes it the perfect transitional piece.
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