A chill- and gloom-chaser in searing hot pink, Vaute Couture’s NYC-made urban snow coat comprises a windproof, water-resistant shell derived zero-waste recycled satin ripstop and a liner insulated with recycled PrimaLoft stuffing.
MAD FOR PLAID
C’mon get preppy with a vintage Pendleton blazer derived from 100 percent wool plaid, complete with deep lapels, flap pockets, and a tailored shape to help you look sharp no matter what you’re wearing underneath.
Nothing grandpa-ish about the Glen Canyon granddad sweater by Turk + Taylor. It’s made in San Francisco from 100 percent organic-cotton fleece, with a punchy chartreuse color that will light up the dreariest of days.
BLAZER OF GLORY
Nau’s take on the traditional peacoat, the Highliner blazer marries tightly woven wool flannel with a water-resistant finish of polyester laminate. For extra snugness, the coat is lined with 100 percent organic-cotton flannel.
Organic’s John Patrick crafted his sumptuous one-button jacket from a blend of recycled wool and cashmere, with a borrowed-from-the-boys aesthetic that includes single-welt pockets and a notched lapel collar.
A 100 percent cotton-canvas trench from one of Canada’s reigning eco-fashion labels, Covet’s classic topper is so new it hasn’t shipped to stores yet. Snag one on pre-order, however, by getting in touch with Net à la Mode. Tell them we sent you.
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We’d fall in line for Burning Torch’s recycled army jacket, which is crafted in the United States from salvaged military uniforms and trimmed with leather for an extra dose of ruggedness.
Stand out from the crowd with Cole Haan’s lacquer red hooded trench. Stitched together from recycled polyester sateen—and bundled with a matching reusable shopping bag—each coat keeps roughly 45 plastic bottles away from our overburdened waste stream.
From Eileen Fisher comes a long bubble-hemmed topper that’s the height of utility chic. Made of recycled performance cotton-nylon in olive drab or black, the jacket includes a large funnel collar that can be worn up or folded down, long sleeves with gathered elastic cuffs, a tie waist, and side pockets for chilly mitts.
Clad in upcycled merino wool, Elroy’s double-breasted Azara jacket offers a toasty trans-seasonal option for fickle fall temperatures and a ladylike cut that will always be in fashion.
With its burnt-umber hue and sleek 1970s silhouette, this water-resistant trench coat even includes a removable chocolate-brown liner that peeks above the collar for a contrasting pop of color.
IT’S A CINCH
Part trench, part raincoat, Patagonia’s Larissa jacket features a dual-layer recycled-polyester shell that repels rain, sleet, and snow with panache. In addition to princess seams for structure and hidden front snaps for a clean finish, the jacket is also recyclable through the company’s Common Threads Recycling Program.