14 corduroy jackets great for layering and styling. Try this seasonal staple.
Much like plaid, wool flannel, and velvet, corduroy material practically screams fall and winter.
Corduroy is versatile and lightweight enough to be layered easily and will never go out of style.
When you slip into a corduroy jacket, you can feel the brisk air, smell the wood burning fireplace, and taste that hot chocolate.
In short, you’re ready for the transitional season to begin.
how to style a corduroy jacket
When it comes to corduroy jackets, however, there are three styling directions to choose from.
The first is channeling your inner flower child, throwing it back to the boho days of the ‘70s, pairing corduroy with suede, embroidered details, flared jeans, and the like.
Moving forward a bit in time, you might very well lean into ‘90s grunge, shopping for boxy and oversized shackets in a multitude of corduroy colors.
Or perhaps still you choose the more recent early-aughts resurgence, where corduroy moto jackets, sherpa lined truckers, and other cropped silhouettes reigned supreme.
It comes in countless varieties.
No matter how you style it, a corduroy jacket is a great way to instantly add a little bit more texture to any look, elevating even the simplest of denim and cotton wardrobe staples to something a bit more interesting.
Ahead, find everything from bombers to shackets; even puffers and hooded truckers alike.
OUR TOP PICKS
Take the workman jacket to the next level with a casual, yet luxe, navy corduroy texture. Officine Générale’s well-tailored jacket serves the premium addition to your fall outfit staples.
Style this corduroy jacket with coordinated pants or a contrasting material like denim or even cargo pants.
Looking for a funkier version? Give a nod to the cowgirl vibe with a brown corduroy jacket that is not only lined with sherpa but also boasts embroidered trim in a multitude of colors.
Pair it with wide leg jeans to make your corduroy look even cooler.
On the coldest of winter days, you can still layer up with a corduroy jacket. Shop this puffer crafted in a rainbow of textured choices to keep warm all season long.
It’s the boxier the better with this casual cropped jacket made of an elegant textured stretch corduroy that you can style alone or underneath a puffer on colder days.
Perfect touch of comfort in material necessary to make this jacket your favorite.
Remember those classic corduroy truckers that you used to wear in the early-aughts? The ones with the sherpa collars? Well, they’re back.
The traditional elements of this corduroy jacket can gives you a vintage fit and feel. Pair it with chunky loafers to complete the look.
Leave it to casual cool brand James Perse to marry a sherpa trucker with an oversized shacket. In white or gray tones, you can shop this slightly warmer version of the understated shirt jacket in a cozy corduroy material.
If you still feel cold- wear a cable knit sweater under to make it cozier.
For those who love an edgy moto jacket look, consider shopping the classic style in corduroy for a twist on the go-to transitional topper.
A classic, updated! Look to Paul Smith for a slightly sportier look, crafting a varsity bomber out of a bright blue corduroy for a fun pop of color in any look.
Not sure you want to wear a corduroy jacket all the time? Shop this pale green style with a sherpa liner that reverses so that you can show the sherpa outside off from time to time.
If you love a shacket, but feel as though it’s sometimes overwhelming, shop this cropped style corduroy jacket. With fun chest pockets and an oversized collar, it’s a great cool-girl addition to any look.
For warmer days, pair it with a crop top.
Throw corduroy into the mix and have fun with textures. Keep it casual with a corduroy bomber that features not only a hood but a fully sherpa-lined one for extra coziness.
Opt for a slightly more feminine version of the corduroy trucker with this puff sleeve cropped style that looks great when paired with jeans and party dresses alike.
Harken back to your early-aughts roots with a moto jacket from Juicy Couture. Whether brown or black, this corduroy jacket will become your new wardrobe staple in no time.
When you need more than a shacket, but less than an oversized puffer, shop this colorful corduroy jacket from Levi’s with a slight insulation without going full-blown arctic.
First, choose your favorite jacket silhouette.
Whether you’re looking for a heavy puffer or lightweight lady jacket, it’s a sure bet you can shop it in corduroy.
The material is perfect balance for chic and warm.
Add a little more texture to your cold-weather look with this perfect transitional weather trend you’ll instantly fall in love with.
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