Good news: It’s officially fall! Along with the new season and chillier weather comes the opportunity to dress for the occasion.
While you can never go wrong with faux leather and suede textiles, and deep burgundy and mustard color palettes, we’re here to let you in on a not-so-little-secret: Sherpa fleece is going to dominate the 2020 fall/winter fashion scene. Think about it, 2020 is the year of comfort amidst the chaos, and there’s no debating that sherpa is about as cozy as it can get.
We scoured the web for the most stylish sherpa pullovers, jackets, and coats to make room for in your wardrobe this fall. Keep reading to check out our favorite picks.
This dusty rose sherpa is the autumn dream jacket we didn’t know we needed. It’s roomy and lightweight but is a great layering piece for lots of added warmth.
How cute is this bold, leopard-accented zip-up? We love the juxtaposition of a neon lining and animal-print detailing against a classic black base.
Yes, it’s a classic sherpa hue, but the bold hem makes it an ultra-stylish take on the fuzzy trend. Plus, wearing it will make you feel like you’re covered in a blanket at all times.
Teal is one of those bright colors that can work for every season of the year, which makes this cozy, more casual sherpa fleece a shoo-in for the upcoming months.
Match the cool weather with this cool blue coat that’s warm and stylish all at the same time. Though, if you prefer a more neutral hue, it comes in three of those, too.
Looking for a deeper neutral? This olive-green sherpa jacket will go with everything.
Not ready to go full coverage? This sherpa vest is a great statement-making layering piece for fall.
Love the idea of neon and leopard paired together but want more than a little zipper detailing to achieve the look? This allover leopard-print fleece will fit your fancy.
We’re swooning over this burgundy and coral baseball jacket. It combines a coral sherpa body with ultra-soft burgundy faux fur sleeves for an undeniably head-turning look.
The more color, the better — and this multicolored, abstract jacket certainly agrees.
xx, The FabFitFun Team