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Oof. Vuori just dropped a new outerwear line (peep this puffer and – oh hey – a wool coat??) and? It’s good. I probably shouldn’t be surprised – some of my most-worn fall jackets are Vuori (remember this old fleece? I’m still wearing it), but Vuori’s latest crop are, I think, their best yet. Like, cue the applause, add to your gift lists, get excited – I’ve barely taken off these two jackets since they arrived. And while I’m deeply intrigued by their legit winter coats (like that puffer mentioned above), since I’ve had such luck in the past with Vuori’s fall jackets, that’s what I started with.
One of the jackets I asked Vuori to send over, the Halo Insulated Jacket is, quite literally, quilted perfection, and the other is a shacket that gets alllllll of the details right, reminding me why I’m still not over shackets.
Let’s get into it.
My New Favorite Fall Jacket: Vuori Quilted Halo Insulated Jacket
Honestly, I’m so into this jacket I barely know where to begin. But let’s start with this: remember those ridiculously soft Vuori joggers? Yes? This jacket is made from the same fabric. Inside AND out.
Even better, there’s some sort of…insulation, between the layers. While it is, technically, 40g of Primaloft, somehow it’s decidedly not-puffy. In fact, there is no part of this jacket that feels like a puffer coat. Instead, the jacket has a nice heft to it. It’s like a heavy performance jogger fabric, but elevated with chic quilting. Frankly, the only word that really comes to mind when I slip this on is luxe.
It’s so freaking good, Gang. Even the cuff details are bizarrely soft, and this DreamKnit fabric does have moisture-wicking properties, too.
I hope Vuori keeps this jacket around permanently, and just continues to update it with additional colors every year. It’s a huge win.
A Perfect Shacket: Vuori Sycamore Shirt Jacket (Hint: it’s Fleece)
Ok. There’s a few details I need to note, right off the bat: First of all, this jacket is, yes, sherpa-y. At least that’s what that nubby texture feels like on the front. HOWEVER. This shacket, unlike others I’ve tried, is fully lined in….wait for it…COZY FLEECE. Even in the sleeves, Gang.
Frankly, this is the best shirt jacket I’ve worn. I’m wearing a size small, fit is TTS.
This is another one of those Vuori pieces I can just pop on over workout gear and suddenly look like I’m wearing a real outfit.
Confirmed: Vuori Clean Elevation Leggings Are Good For Running
I primarily wear Vuori’s Daily leggings (it’s the waistband for me), so was a bit leery about their Clean Elevation Leggings without the drawstring waist. It turns out that the Clean Elevation Leggings are a bit thicker (which, frankly, turns out I like) with one of the most perfectly placed phone pockets for running.
I do think Vuori leggings tend to run a bit small in general, but the Daily leggings (again, the ones with the drawstring waist, not pictured) are a little forgiving whether I size up or not. However, these Clean Elevation Leggings (the ones I’m wearing in the photos) are a bit thicker, so I definitely sized up. I’m wearing a medium (instead of my usual small) and they stayed up for the entire run, yet still held me in nicely.
I’m wearing the ‘black heather’ in both pieces (my most-worn color in Vuori, haha).
Oooo…as I was perusing Vuori’s new arrivals, I noticed that they just brought back some of my absolute favorite pieces from last year (that sold out in a hot second), as well as a few worth noting:
A Few More Vuori Favs To Snap Up Before They Sell Out
A huge thank you to Vuori for sponsoring this post! We’re huge fans around here – I spend a good part of my week in Vuori. (And so does my husband, my mom, my teenage son….). As always, all thoughts, opinions, and product choices are my own. And readers, thank you for your continued support. It doesn’t go unnoticed and is so very much appreciated!
photo credits: Redfield Photography (love you guys)