It’s getting chilly out there folks, which means it’s time to adjust your wardrobes for the fall. Pack up those t-shirts and shorts until next spring, because today we’re going to talk about a very popular and versatile outwear option for cooler weather–the fleece.
Fleece tops and jackets are a must for the fall, especially if you’re one of those people with no outerwear options in between seasons or someone who just hates bulky winter jackets. Fleece comes in an endless array of styles, colors and prices. They work just as well matched with jeans for yard work as they do with khakis for a night out on the town. And you don’t have to spend an arm and a leg to get one. Here are a few of our favorite fleece options
Nothing defines the fashion movement of “wilderness chic” like North Face gear, which is what makes their fleece lines the most popular out there. But there’s no denying the quality of their products, all of which are designed with the outdoor enthusiast in mind. And despite their high prices, you definitely can find some deals on fleece tops for men, women, and kids. Just keep in mind that even the cheapest North Face fleece is still probably the most expensive option out there.
Not interested paying for The North Face name? We’ve got you covered.
Weatherproof offers an impressive line of fleece jackets and vests for men that won’t break the bank, some for as low as $16. With prices like that, it might be worthwhile to pick up two! Other good manufacturers offering budget-friendly fleece options are Oakley, adidas, and Puma, all of which combine quality with style.
Women might be a little more picky when it comes to how they look in fleece tops but we quickly found a fantastic selection of women’s fleece here from leading manufacturers such as Columbia, Marmot, and Orvis that will keep them warm AND looking great. White Sierra is definitely worth a look too, with fleece jackets as low as $25 and vests as low as $19.
For kids, you can definitely find fleece tops for under $20 from all the leading makers. There’s no reason to spend more than that, as your kids will likely outgrown thesesizes within 1-2 years.
Don’t forget to look around as much as possible for the best prices. Do your research and you’re bound to have the wholefamily outfitted warmly in no time at all!