Sustainable Styles

Need a New Jacket for Fall? Outerknown Has You Covered

October 5, 2018 Style : Clothing By
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If you’re in the market for a new piece of outerwear for fall, Outerknown has you covered. The LA-based brand’s latest collection features a range of versatile jackets and coats fit for cooler locales. A perennial favorite, the wool-organic cotton Highland Blanket Shirt is updated with on-seam pockets and a squared hem. If you’re in need of something heavier, the newly released Evolution Reversible Puffer is filled with recycled polyester and has a plaid organic cotton face and an Econyl recycled-nylon reverse side. Another notable new style is the Pacifica Chore Coat, cut from a cotton-wool blend with a muted indigo pattern.

Like all of Outerknown’s garments, these pieces of outerwear utilize sustainable materials and are ethically manufactured. And what’s more, they’re very reasonably priced: nothing here passes the $300 mark.

Shelter Crew by Outerknown $128

Shelter Cardigan by Outerknown $148

Highland Blanket Shirt Jacket by Outerknown $195

Paz Cord Trucker by Outerknown $198

Evolution Reversible Puffer by Outerknown $245

Pacifica Chore Jacket by Outerknown $265

Envoy 3-in-1 Coat by Outerknown $295

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