Outfit Details for the Season: Fall Outerwear Necessities
Wednesday October 6, 2021

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Snow dusted the tops of Mount Bachelor late last week, and so after taking our last paddle of the year as the water will become too cold and I don’t have a drysuit to wear and I doubt Norman wants to take the chance of falling in, I put the paddle onto its storage hooks and took my skis in to be waxed. After all, when the first snow arrives, you don’t want to be waiting in line to sharpen up your toys. 🙂

All of this is to say, taking walks and being outside whether to wander through the leaves or bundle up to savor the snow when it falls requires the right outerwear. From shoes to coats to scarves, I have got you covered today (pun intended!).

I have shopped for four different items, all found at varying price points: Puffer coats that can withstand the rain and the frigid temperatures – short, medium and longer lengths; Hiking shoes for dry trails, yet ensuring your feet are wearing something with traction without the weight; Snow boots for walking but not super heavy, so you can take a decent, long stroll; and Scarves, beautiful, cozy accoutrements for the neck to brighten your face and complement your winter coats already hanging in your closet waiting for the weather to cool down so they too can be part of the sartorial festivities.

Puffer Coats

~Fuego water resistant lightweight hooded fill down jacket~

~Abigail Hooded Water Repellent Puffer Jacket (macaroon beige)~

~Soia & Kyo Lita Long Puffer Jacket (fawn)~

~Bernardo Softy Glam Ecoplume package puffer coat (more colors)~

~Moncler Quilted Down & Knit Cardigan (olive)~

~Herno Quilted Down Faux Fur Puffer Jacket~

~Parajumpers Irene Water Repellent Down Puffer Jacket (black)~

~Rip Curl Elite Water Repellent 600 Fill Power Down Puffer Jacket (dark olive)~


Boots – hiking, cold and snow

~for hiking, North Face Back-to-Berkeley III Sport Shoe (more colors)~

~REI, Adidas Terrex Swift R3 Gore-Tex Hiking Shoes, more colors~

~Lems Trailhead V2 Sneaker, (more colors)~

~LL Bean Bogs Whiteout Woven Boots~

~LL Bean 6″ Sherpa-Lined Prima Loft snow boot (more colors)~

~Hunters’ Insulated Sherpa Shoe (more colors)~


Scarves – Cashmere, Wool and Cashmere-Wool Blends

~Plissé cashmere scarf (more colors)~

~Tory Burch Jacquard Wool & Silk Traveler Scarf~

~Kate Spade Oblong stripe wool scarf~

~Nordstrom Check Cashmere Scarf~

~Vince crochet wool & cashmere scarf (ivory also available)~

~Dries Van Noten Tiaret Jacquard double face alpaca blend scarf (green and camel)~

~Eric Bompard cashmere ribbed snood (more colors)~

~Eric Bompard Prince of Wales woven cashmere scarf~

~Eric Bompard cashmere stole (many sizes, many colors)~


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One thought on “Outfit Details for the Season: Fall Outerwear Necessities

  1. Shannon, a lovely selection of cosy attire .Especially love the Dries van Noten scarf but way out of my budget. No charge for admiring from a far though. I do love his designs and am fortuante to own a couple of pieces (bought in the sale) from way back when he was less well known. Can’t wait for the cold weather. I invested in a puffer jacket and full length coat a few years ago and they were worth the investment. I think they’ll last a lifetime. They were from Patagonia an eco- responsible company . They’re worth look. Enjoy your winter preparations xx

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