Autumn in New England. Is there anything better? The little glimpse of fall I got while visiting my aunt and uncle over the long weekend made coming back to New York yesterday that much harder. Since I was a kid I’ve always loved spending time in Connecticut and New England, but over the last few years I’ve come to enjoy my peaceful visits up north so much more. Waking up to chilly temps and feasting on apple cider donuts was heavenly!!!
Fall is always one of my favorite seasons for blogging too. All the sweaters, jackets, riding boots, blanket scarves— I can’t get enough! As always I’m crushing on anything and everything fleece and I ended up packing a bunch of cozy pullovers and light layering pieces. While I’m sure it will be a few weeks until I can wear these in the city, I wanted to put together a guide to my faves since I know so many of you are shopping for fall clothing and new outerwear. Let’s kick things off shall we?
Ultimate Guide To The Best Fleece Pullovers & Jackets
This sherpa pullover arrived just in time for me to pack it in my suitcase on Friday! The price is just TOO GOOD and it comes in so many different colors and trims. I’d suggest sizing up once if you plan to wear sweaters or thick tops understand. I normally wear a XS, but here I have on a small.
Patagonia Los Gatos Fleece Pullover | Cropped Skinny Jeans (now 40% off!) | Similar Striped T-Shirt | Suede Buckle Booties (now 40% off!) | Leather Bucket Bag | (Aviator Sunglasses | David Yurman Bracelets | Similar Watch
Patagonia is one of my go-to outerwear brands and after a few years of loving on this fleece vest, I finally invested in the pullover version. SO soft! Just like the sherpa style I showed you above, I’d recommend sizing up so you can get in on some good layering action. It also comes as a full zip jacket if you’d rather have something you don’t need to put on over your head. Either way you can’t go wrong! PS it’s available in grey and navy too!
I love this olive green fleece zip-up for lots of reasons, but mostly because it’s super fuzzy AND it has a hood. If green isn’t your thing, I’m happy to report it comes in a versatile beige shade as well.
Any of these pullovers would be a great investment for fall and surely something you’d wear over and over again (think tailgates, apple & pumpkin picking, running errands, etc.) Obviously I can’t leave you with just three options, so I’ve rounded up a bunch more fleece styles below! There is so much great outerwear hitting stores right now that I can’t keep up. Talk about tempting…