I do love a good fleece jacket. And Vuori’s latest, the Alpine Sherpa Jacket, is very, very good. It has all of the tech specs I like to see in something that is — technically — performance apparel (warm and cozy, with a storm flap and enough stretch to move) but this particular jacket is also…pretty.
I’m obsessed. It’s all I want to wear on a Saturday morning.
Latest Obsession: The Vuori Alpine Sherpa Jacket
I should also mention that this piece is made from 85% recycled polyester, and that the knit is anti-pill. In addition to the pretty green color I’m wearing (technically called ‘oregano’), this jacket is available in black, gray, ivory and a soft pink.
And in case you were wondering…the jacket IS super-soft, even on bare (and sometimes sweaty) skin.
Vuori’s fleece jacket is a really solid option as a warm-up/cool down piece now that the temps are getting lower, but because it’s also so darn chic…I’ve been wearing the heck out of it with real clothes, too (post coming soon).
It’s funny, Vuori has become our family’s go-to for gift giving. There’s not a single one of us (my mom, sister, husband, brother-in-law) who isn’t thrilled to get something from this uber-comfy line. For gifts, Vuori is foolproof. And I’d put this jacket pretty darn high on that list.
I’ve also gotta mention Vuori’s Rib Studio Leggings, too. Em was the first one to turn me on to these bad boys, and in addition to being — per usual — stupidly comfortable, even for all-day wear and/or working out…they are also doing some pretty good things for mah tush.
I’m also planning to pick up this little crop top in multiple colors, too. It’s basically made from the same dreamy fabric as Vuori’s cult-favorite sweatpants (ha — that fabric is literally called ‘DreamKnit’), but with a built-in bra. It’s so dang good.
In general, I love that Vuori’s pieces all seem to support without squeezing. And that there’s nothing itchy or uncomfortable; the tags all rip off, the seams are nothing I’d ever notice, and the fabrics are soft, technical, and — in the case of the Alpine Sherpa Jacket and Dreamknit fabric (sweatpants and crop top) — made from recycled materials.
Man, I love this stuff.
photo credits: Redfield Photography
A huge thank you to Vuori and Shopstyle for sponsoring this post! We’re huge Vuori fans over here and — ha! — I just realized I’m wearing a Vuori sweatsuit as I type this (the performance sweats and sweatshirt in ‘navy heather’). As always, all thoughts, opinions, product choices, and too-early holiday references are my own (I stand by it). And readers, thank you for your continued support. It doesn’t go unnoticed, and is always so very much appreciated.