Shackets are such a popular trend for fall and winter. There are many options to choose from. Whether you want to go lightweight and have it as a light layer. Or choose heavier options that can keep you nice and warm in the winter weather. The options are truly endless. We often see these in flannels and plaids along with lots of buffalo plaid too. This is not my first shacket, of course. I have a few and love each and every one. I find myself reaching for them a lot in the mild winters here in Atlanta.
Sezane Paulin Coat
I bought my first Sezane jacket recently, this trench, and was just so impressed by the quality and fit. Not really surprising, the brand is just so beautifully made. So when I saw this Paulin coat come out in a new color, this neutral and tan buffalo plaid, I had to snag it. The Paulin coat is a staple for Sezane. They have this coat in a few solid colors every fall. It’s just the perfect oversized shacket for fall and winter.
Is The Pauline Jacket Warm?
This jacket is quite warm considering how lightweight it is. It’s not filled or anything, but the coat is mostly wool and fairly thick. I also like the oversized fit of it. Because it’s a bit oversized, I can very easily wear a heavy sweater or sweatshirt underneath it and be totally comfortable. I went with my usual size small, or the french sizing 36 and still have plenty of room! You can read my Sezane sizing guide here to learn more about their sizing and fit and better understand the conversion.
This coat also comes in a beautiful cream color and a gorgeous shade of navy. But there’s something about this cream and tan buffalo plaid that I just love. Pairing it with more neutrals for a monochromatic cream and tan look for fall. Felt fresh and different from my usual denim choice. However this jacket is super versatile and you can wear it with denim, corduroys and even faux leather pants for fall.
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How To Style An Oversized Shacket
When styling an oversized shacket I am to two do things. Balance with more fitted items, or create a waist. I typically would pair this with more fitted denim, or how I styled this shacket with faux leather leggings. But I decided to go outside my comfort zone and try a more relaxed fit trouser pant. These are from ABLE and really love the fit of them. Since they’re a loser fit, I went with creating a waist. By cinching my waist with a belt, and tucking my shirt, I create shape and don’t allow the oversized jacket to swallow me.
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