Trend Alert: 3 Ways to Wear a Quilted Jacket – Soulvation

By Carly Bitz

Trend Alert: 3 Ways to Wear a Quilted Jacket

So long summer, sweater weather is here and we are ready for all the layered looks. Fall into the crisp September weather with our new Quilted Jacket. Who doesn't want to feel like they are wearing a cozy blanket 24/7?

It provides the perfect amount of warmth without overheating you. The jacket comes in Charcoal or Tan - we recommend getting the color that contrasts your hair color. It has a looser fit, which is absolutely on trend for 2021.

Wondering how to style it? Sit back, keep reading, and let us handle the tough stuff.

 Sportswear Meets Fashion

Biker shorts, check. Halter tank, check, Headband, check.

To achieve 'sporty chic', you'll need all of the above plus a pair of cute sneakers. Because the fall weather can be finicky, throw a Quilted Jacket overtop to complete the look. Remember, the key to fall fashion is layering. 

Don't forget to accessorize. Color-matching your accessories to your outfit is so satisfying. Nicole (above) is wearing our butter soft Twist Band in Olive and Braided Hair Tie Bracelets on each wrist.

Miss Flare 

I've mentioned before that you don't need to change your entire wardrobe for the new season. Instead, add select items that you can mix and match for the weather. Our new Hudson Holly High Rise Flares hit your waist at just the right spot and look super cute paired with the quilted jacket. 

Layer over a tank and throw on a pair of booties and you are ready for the day. Prep yourself for an overload of compliments.

Casual, but Elevated

Keep it 'casual cool' by layering the jacket over a neutral tank. If you're on the lookout for the perfect pair of boyfriend jeans, spice up your fall wardrobe with our Thalia Loose Fit Denim.

They are the perfect amount of distressed and hug you in all the right places. This fit is ideal for unpredictable weather, because you can lose the jacket and still look cute-as-can-be.


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