One of the biggest decisions for a jawns enthusiast comes around once a year and if you haven’t already made it this year, then it’s got to happen very soon. The question is: what’s going to be your go-to jacket for fall and winter. Sometimes you’re feeling brave and venture outside the box, but for a decision this big, there’s a lot to be said for opting for reliability. A brand you already know and love like
Characterized by hard-wearing fabrics like corduroy and heavyweight canvas, the Stüssy FW21 outerwear offering is archetypically workwear-leaning. Hooded work jackets and chore coats make up the bulk of the collection, but some anomalies have caught our eye, too. One highlight comes in the form of a
Whether you’re on the hunt for bright updates of classics or looking to keep things dialed-down and fully versatile, the Stüssy FW21 outerwear collection is essential viewing for all those who are yet to secure their trusty new-season jacket.
Stuffed with 80 percent down and 20 percent feathers, this Stüssy jacket is set for both fall and winter. Combining the insulation with a sharp striped shell means that this puffer jacket caters to form and function.
Stüssy’s hooded work jacket returns every season and, by this point, it’s a piece of streetwear history. This season, the silhouette’s usual heavy canvas build is replaced by a neutral striped fabric.
Zipped vests really come into their own during fall and winter. While you might have a couple more weeks of being able to wear this by itself, it becomes a staple layering piece when the temperature drops further.
We’ve seen blankets walk the red carpet this season and although this more structured take on the trend won’t turn as many heads, it’s in keeping with the overarching comfort-over-everything mindset.
Another new take on the classic work jacket, this one’s characterized by a black corduroy shell. If you’re looking for a Stüssy jacket to throw on over anything, this is it.
While many of the Stüssy jackets in this roundup are small twists on classic styles, this chore jacket is very traditional. Two waist patch pockets mirror the two chest patch pockets in classic style against an off-white canvas backdrop with a corduroy trim to the collar. Everything is done by the book here.
Officially this is a sweater, but cut from thick sherpa fleece, we think this works as a jacket. Either way, it’s exactly what you want to throw on before braving the cold.
A definite highlight of Stüssy’s season, this classic work jacket boasts a washed-out orange finish for the full, authentic workwear aesthetic.
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