MY FAVORITE JACKETS FOR WINTER | Rivers and Roads

10.24.2019

MY FAVORITE JACKETS FOR WINTER









Eddie Bauer Astoria Hooded Down Parker
I got this for Christmas a few years ago and it's my favorite jacket to wear on really cold days. It's longer, but not so long that it gets in the way. It's puffy, but not too puffy. ALSO, Eddie Bauer is having a 50% off sale this week. AND if you buy a jacket in the store, they'll give you an extra $10 off. I don't get anything for telling you this, but I found out about it yesterday when I was in the store!

Patagonia Nano Puff Insulated Jacket
This is my go-to jacket for just about every day. It's a thinner layer, so it keeps the chill off, but I frequently layer it under my rain jacket or with my Astoria jacket on colder or windier days!

Outdoor Research Optimizer Jacket
Outdoor Research doesn't make my exact rain jacket anymore, but this one is very similar. I've had mine for years and it's still in incredible condition. I layer it over a lot of my jackets for wind protection, and also because Colorado weather is so unpredictable! You always need to have a rain jacket with you or keep one in your car.😊

Marmot Annie Pullover
I practically live in this thing -- annnnnd I have two of them because I love it so much. Ask anyone who knows me. This pullover is one of my husband's favorite things that I own. Ha! It's cozy, awesome for layering, perfect for camping and hiking and weekends and trips to the grocery store. If I could wear this to work, I totally would.

Patagonia Cotton Quilt Snap-T Pullover
This pullover has been a longtime favorite. It's extremely comfortable and the perfect weight for layering with just about anything else.

Outdoor Research Aria Vest
Vests are life. Don't you agree? Wearing a cozy vest kind of makes me feel like I'm being hugged all day long. Again, like most of my jackets, I've had the Aria vest for a few years and it's still amazing. It's the only vest I own and the only one I ever want to own. It's perfect to throw over a flannel or to put on under another jacket.

What are your go-to jackets to keep you warm and fuzzy?