19 Affordable Jackets and Coats for Fall

Now that fall temps are on their way, it’s time to transition to thicker textiles and grade-A coats and jackets. Here, we’ve hand-picked 19 of our favorite outerwear options to keep you looking fashionable—and warm—as we say “sayonara” to summer and “hello” to fall.

1. Knit Moto Jacket, $99

This semi-fitted jacket is a perfect take on the classic moto. A textured knit and a wool-infused blend will keep you cozy on cool fall nights, while the asymmetrical zipper keeps you looking chic.


2. Ma1 Bomber, $100

Unless you’ve been sleeping under a rock, bomber jackets have been making a major comeback. Pull one over a LBD for an effortless date night look, or roll up the sleeves and complement it with an oversized T-shirt. The possibilities are endless!


3. Long Coat, $199

Light grey is a great color for transitioning between seasons, and the hue of this coat will serve you well into winter. Lay it over a simple white T-shirt and business trousers for flawless boss babe attire.


4. Faux Leather Cropped Biker Jacket (Plus Size), $88

Whether you pair it with a lounge-style striped T or an A-line dress, this tailored leather jacket can easily take you from daytime to date night. 


5. Pocket Duster, $124

From a brand that prides itself on “tailoring with a twist,” this khaki-colored utility jacket will be every minimalist’s top pick for fall. We love the unconventional length, open front, clean lines, and oversized cargo pockets.  


6. Trevi Drapey Blazer, $168

Need another blazer but tired of the typical structured style? Opt for a boyfriend-esque blazer like this one. We think it has French-chic written all over it. 


7. Weekday Knitted Cocoon Coat, $121

This oversized wool-mix coat will be in your closet ‘til the end of time. Pair it with a chic sneaker for a casual-meets-cool look.


8. Classic Quilted Jacket (Plus Size), $150

This quilted, soft shell jacket has a trench coat-inspired silhouette. It’s also water-repellent and wind-resistant, meaning you’ll be comfortable and warm—no matter the weather.


9. Short Dress Coat, $70

We love this feminine take on a dress coat. Perfect structure with subtle puff sleeves make this coat an ideal pick for heading to the office—with a pair of ballet flats, of course.


10. Utility Jacket, $128

A utility jacket is a must-have investment for fall. Made for layering, this version will be your go-to for the season’s varying temps. 


11. The Jean Jacket in Pinter Wash, $118

The denim jacket is a must-have staple for every fall capsule wardrobe. The top-of-the-line denim in this version will give you a perfect fit.  


12. Signature Wool Blend Coat, $198

This coat will last you for seasons to come and the bordeaux hue will have you standing out from the crowd.


13. City Anorak, $98

The water-resistant, mid-weight layer on this anorak will keep you dry and comfortable as the temps transition. And it comes in three essential neutrals—black, navy, and army green. We also love this plus-size option from Michael Kors. 


14. Cape Blazer, $78

For those of us who want to rock the “jacket over the shoulders” trend, but still need to use our arms. This chic blazer is perfect for a night out.


15. Plum Trench, $99

Wrap a patterned scarf around your neck, slip into a pair of white tennis shoes, and throw on this twist on the classic trench to instantly add a chic element to your ensemble.


16. Sincerely Jules Quilted Bomber Jacket, $169

This quilted bomber jacket is the perfect complement to your athleisure look. Ribbed knitting and a varsity collar, cuffs, and hemline make it a sporty and stylish choice. 


17. Multicolored Plush Coat, $50

This luxe-looking coat is so gorgeous we can’t believe it’s under $100.


18. Wendy Hooded Jacket, $59

If you’re already obsessed with your army green utility jacket, snag this black one. You won’t be able to pick a favorite.


19. Textured Wool Blazer, $120

It wouldn’t be a fall coat roundup without a textured wool blazer. Wear it with a high-waisted skinny jean and a boyfriend-inspired tee. 


Thinking of buying a jacket for fall? Tell us which one in the comments below!