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Women's Outerwear

Bundle up in our outstanding outerwear! You'll brave anything from breezes to blizzards with our variety of perfect peacoats, trendy trenches, bedazzling blazers, and jazzy jackets in a wide variety of sizes! You don't have to freeze to be fashionable! 

WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF VINTAGE-INSPIRED OUTERWEAR? That depends on what era you wish to channel!

    • 40’s era outerwear: Classic trench coats with wide lapel collars, tweed blazers, and long wool coats, and stylish fit-and-flare coats with sash tie-waists are timeless staples of 1940s women’s outerwear. Double-breasted pea coats, warm capes, embroidered cardigans, and fur-lined collars were becoming all the rage during this era. 
  • 50’s era outerwear: Rockabilly style began influencing fashion in the 1950’s, and bomber jackets have been stealing hearts ever since. This is the fashion era when shearling-lined hooded coats first made their debut! In the 50s, animal print coats, waist-cinching blazers, and cropped waistcoats all challenged the status quo in women’s fashion.
  • 60’s era outerwear: In the 1960’s, long wool coats became mainstream, and cape collars were all the rage! Plaid coats in winter, pastel coats in spring, and orange mod coats and mod rain jackets were seasonal favorites. Leopard print coats, vinyl raincoats, car coats, ponchos, and cape coats were all must-haves. Stylish pullovers, vibrant windbreakers, and denim jackets made their debut. Faux-fur trimmed coats and faux-fur lined hoods became the best choice for keeping out the cold in 1960’s era outerwear.  
  • 70’s era outerwear: Longline cardigan sweaters, belted cardigans, sweater vests, and hooded sweatshirts can be traced back to the 1970s fashion era. Drawstring hoodies and sherpa-lined lined jackets joined the revolution in casual outerwear. Rainbow print jackets, bold floral prints, and beautiful embroidery became a mainstay for outerwear in the 70’s, and blazers got a chic, tailored upgrade. 
  • 80’s era outerwear:  Bold colorblock prints in neon colors took zip-up hoodies and windbreakers to the next level in the 1980’s, and classic denim jackets were all the rage. Oversized blazers became ultra-chic, and black leather jackets became a wardrobe staple! Bomber jackets made a major comeback, and down jackets and puffer jackets made their debut.
  • 90’s era outerwear:  Bomber jackets, denim jackets, and leather jackets all made the grade, and quilted jackets won many a heart during the 1990s fashion era. Zip-up track jackets became a mainstay in casual nineties outerwear, and oversized pullovers got lots of love. Belted pea coats hit the runway in the 90’s, and plaid, hooded, zip-up jackets were everywhere. 

  • Outerwear is clearly a closet staple for those extra chilly winter days or breezy summer nights. Warm up your style, and pick out your fab outerwear today.