Summer is getting ready to wrap up, but that only means new beginnings when it comes to your style. As we say goodbye to our favorite bathing suits and shorts, we get to say “welcome back” to all our favorite cold-weather classics. If you want to make the cold seasons hot, look no further than our tips for styling your puffer jacket this fall.
Experiment With Length
When it comes to puffer jackets, we usually get them in two lengths—a short one that ends at the hip or a long one that ends at the knee. Both are fly, but you can make them even more eye-catching by playing around with the length of what you’re wearing underneath. Keep people guessing by wearing a long shirt under a short jacket or a crop top under a long jacket.
Layer It Up
Here’s the thing about fall: it feels like winter in the morning and summer in the afternoon. If you don’t want to hate yourself later, layer up. Instead of going for the long-sleeve shirt, go for the T-shirt under the hoodie or track jacket. Not only is the look dope AF, but you can shed a few layers when the temperature goes up.
Mix up Your Fabric Choice
We all love that sleek, poly-exterior when it comes to puffer jackets. But your style isn’t limited, so why would you limit your fabric choices? You can get puffer jackets in anything from velvet to corduroy, and mixing it up will give you seriously unique looks. Our Nigo black jacket in our men’s designer puffer jacket line is a perfect example of remixing fabric for a fresh new look.
Rock Your Headwear
There aren’t too many downsides to puffer jackets, but if there’s one, it’s that it’s hard to accessorize them. Bracelets or watches get swallowed, chains get covered, and the collar makes it hard to rock earrings.
But you can get away with headwear. You can’t go wrong with a snapback or bucket hat, but if you want the ultimate way to style a puffer jacket for the fall, a beanie is perfect for keeping you warm when the temperature drops.