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Cover Up! Where to Find Jackets for Miami's Not So Chilly Fall

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Did you feel that, Miami? The fleeting breeze in the air? It's almost time to whip out the reclusive winter jacket. While it may be the most underused item in your wardrobe, it doesn't make it any less essential to have, and with so many fresh fits and colors this fall, there's no reason why you shouldn't partake in the whole pastel, collarless coat trend this season, if only by switching it up to a lighter fabric and cutting off a couple of inches from the bottom seam.

After the jump, we've mapped out 12 stores carrying jackets that will seriously compliment your boot game this season, going north to save at the AllSaints outlet, and then due south to for investment pieces at the new Intermix on Lincoln. Have any jacket outfitters you swear by? Let us know in the comments section or shoot us a tip here.


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AllSaints Outlet

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In Miami we splurge on summer wear and skimp on winter wear, but with the opening of the AllSaints outlet in Sawgrass Mills, it doesn't have to look like you did. Score premium leather jackets for as low as $250 here, which is a definite steal. [Photo: Sawgrass Mills]

Brooks Brothers

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The jackets you'll find at Brooks Brothers are classic they're timeless; put them in a time capsule and whoever finds in the late 2000s it could throw it on and no one would question. If you're looking for wool blazers and jackets in classic fits and patterns like herringbone or solid colors like navy or red, check out the brand's newly opened Aventura Mall store, or any of its other locations at The Falls or in outlet form in Dolphin Mall. [Photo]
The reigning theme of the season seems to be sleek and minimalist, and few do it better than Sandro with the brand's minimal, yet dramatic, collarless jackets and coats. They're definitely investment pieces, however if this Normcore trend persists, it'll be well worth the splurge. [Photo]

Anthropologie

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Anthropologie carries the kinds of boho-feminine jackets and coats you won't find anywhere else, from jewel-toned cape coats to floral bombers. The focus of Anthropologie is less on trends and more on celebrating personal style, and the fits inside are as diverse as the patterns on each item. [Photo]

Intermix

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To walk into one of Intermix's three South Florida locations (the others are in Bal Harbour and on Collins) is to walk into the ultimate coat check. You'll find plenty of angled, studded or zippered leather biker jackets from brands like A.L.C. Blake and Barbara Bui, and your pick of the litter when it comes to coats, from rabbit fur to double-breasted, and high-necked to caped. [Photo: Intermix]

BCBGMAXAZRIA

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If you're looking for trendy structured jackets, you've found the right place. The brand is really big on angles and flaps this season, not to mention clean, crisp blazers that can transition seamlessly from day to night. []

Superdry

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The name of the game at Superdry is puffer jackets, from basic colors to brights, and vests to coats. You'll find most range between $150 and $350, and there are also other styles like heavily pocketed parkas. [Photo]
What kind of jacket can't you find at Zara? The reoccurring theme this season is sleek and simple, and Zara has capitalized off of this with coats in jackets that are clean yet dramatic, from basic neutrals to poppy pastels. You'll also find a great selection of faux leather goods, quilted jackets, and more at its new Lincoln Road location or its smaller Dadeland Mall counterpart. [Photo: Zara]
J.Crew has that innate sense of making classic look cool, preppy look urban. Parkas, boyfriend fatigues, pea coats, cocoon coats— they've got it all, and with most ranging under $350, the investment won't seem like a splurge at all. [Photo]

Splash Boutique

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This beach-looking boutique carries a surprisingly strong sample of jackets, like Cameo The Label's satin bombers and Iro Moto's leather jackets in subdued colors and pastels. It's smaller, independent labels you'll find here, so come expecting to find items inducing "where'd you get that?!" reactions. [Photo]

At Ease On Sunset

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At Ease sits as casually on Sunset Drive as its jackets do on its hangers. Think Current and Elliot, Rag & Bone, and Rick Owens, all in casual fits and colors that give off that whole L.A. cool meets Miami vibe. [Photo]

Ann Taylor LOFT

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Loft is an obvious choice for jackets, the kind that are classic, timeless, and can transition easily from work to play. The store constantly has specials, so there's a good chance you'll score a great deal on any blazer, zippered jacket or anorak your heart desires. [Photo]

AllSaints Outlet

In Miami we splurge on summer wear and skimp on winter wear, but with the opening of the AllSaints outlet in Sawgrass Mills, it doesn't have to look like you did. Score premium leather jackets for as low as $250 here, which is a definite steal. [Photo: Sawgrass Mills]

Brooks Brothers

The jackets you'll find at Brooks Brothers are classic they're timeless; put them in a time capsule and whoever finds in the late 2000s it could throw it on and no one would question. If you're looking for wool blazers and jackets in classic fits and patterns like herringbone or solid colors like navy or red, check out the brand's newly opened Aventura Mall store, or any of its other locations at The Falls or in outlet form in Dolphin Mall. [Photo]

Sandro

The reigning theme of the season seems to be sleek and minimalist, and few do it better than Sandro with the brand's minimal, yet dramatic, collarless jackets and coats. They're definitely investment pieces, however if this Normcore trend persists, it'll be well worth the splurge. [Photo]

Anthropologie

Anthropologie carries the kinds of boho-feminine jackets and coats you won't find anywhere else, from jewel-toned cape coats to floral bombers. The focus of Anthropologie is less on trends and more on celebrating personal style, and the fits inside are as diverse as the patterns on each item. [Photo]

Intermix

To walk into one of Intermix's three South Florida locations (the others are in Bal Harbour and on Collins) is to walk into the ultimate coat check. You'll find plenty of angled, studded or zippered leather biker jackets from brands like A.L.C. Blake and Barbara Bui, and your pick of the litter when it comes to coats, from rabbit fur to double-breasted, and high-necked to caped. [Photo: Intermix]

BCBGMAXAZRIA

If you're looking for trendy structured jackets, you've found the right place. The brand is really big on angles and flaps this season, not to mention clean, crisp blazers that can transition seamlessly from day to night. []

Superdry

The name of the game at Superdry is puffer jackets, from basic colors to brights, and vests to coats. You'll find most range between $150 and $350, and there are also other styles like heavily pocketed parkas. [Photo]

Zara

What kind of jacket can't you find at Zara? The reoccurring theme this season is sleek and simple, and Zara has capitalized off of this with coats in jackets that are clean yet dramatic, from basic neutrals to poppy pastels. You'll also find a great selection of faux leather goods, quilted jackets, and more at its new Lincoln Road location or its smaller Dadeland Mall counterpart. [Photo: Zara]

J.Crew

J.Crew has that innate sense of making classic look cool, preppy look urban. Parkas, boyfriend fatigues, pea coats, cocoon coats— they've got it all, and with most ranging under $350, the investment won't seem like a splurge at all. [Photo]

Splash Boutique

This beach-looking boutique carries a surprisingly strong sample of jackets, like Cameo The Label's satin bombers and Iro Moto's leather jackets in subdued colors and pastels. It's smaller, independent labels you'll find here, so come expecting to find items inducing "where'd you get that?!" reactions. [Photo]

At Ease On Sunset

At Ease sits as casually on Sunset Drive as its jackets do on its hangers. Think Current and Elliot, Rag & Bone, and Rick Owens, all in casual fits and colors that give off that whole L.A. cool meets Miami vibe. [Photo]

Ann Taylor LOFT

Loft is an obvious choice for jackets, the kind that are classic, timeless, and can transition easily from work to play. The store constantly has specials, so there's a good chance you'll score a great deal on any blazer, zippered jacket or anorak your heart desires. [Photo]