LIGHT JACKET WEATHER

LIGHT JACKET WEATHER

November has come and (almost) gone, and it's been delightful. I always complain during Texas fall/winters that "it should be colder out here", but I must say, it's been a pretty nice month.

There hasn't been a need just yet to break out the big coats, but I've gotten to pull just about every light jacket I own this month and it's been a fun exercise in styling. For this shoot, I decided to pull four light jackets to style with one look. I kept the look pretty simple for the sake of versatility, and selected four classic jacket styles including:

1. The Baracuta
2. The Bomber
3. The Hoodie
4. The Field


1. The Baracuta

Jacket: Baracuta | Shirt: Kiton | Jeans: H&M | Boots: Johnston & Murphy | Belt: Suitsupply | Glasses: Tom Ford | Watch: Daniel Wellington


2. The Bomber

Jacket: American Eagle (similar here) | Shirt: Kiton | Jeans: H&M | Boots: Johnston & Murphy | Belt: Suitsupply | Glasses: Moscot (just like these) | Watch: Shinola


3. The Hoodie

Jacket: Merona (similar here) | Shirt: Kiton | Jeans: H&M | Boots: Johnston & Murphy | Belt: Suitsupply | Glasses: Tom Ford | Watch: Shinola


4. The Field

Jacket: Gap (similar here) | Shirt: Kiton | Jeans: H&M | Boots: Johnston & Murphy | Belt: Suitsupply | Glasses: Tom Ford | Watch: Jack Mason

As you can see, all four of these jackets are ideal for casual scenarios in cool weather. To be honest, I wear an army green field jacket (not posted here, but THIS ONE) with a pair of slim sweats 9 times out of 10 to go grab my weekend coffee inside one of Dallas' finest hotels without feeling out of place. And the best part of these jackets is that while each have their own distinct look, they're simple enough to really make your own.