Fall Must-Haves: 3 Ways to Wear Sherpa

If you haven’t noticed yet, sherpa is showing up everywhere this season. Like really, everywhere – from the bleachers at the big game to the hallways at school, from local fall festivals to your daily commute. Sherpa – that OMG so soft, holy moly cozy, fuzzy fabric you love – is better than ever this year.

Looking for ways to wear sherpa jackets, hoodies, pullovers, and sweatshirts this fall? Check out these three awesome outfits handpicked by our stylists.

 

Athletic Twist:

Sherpa Hoodie & Corduroy Skirt

AE Sherpa Hoodie

Corduroy and sherpa? Could there be a better combo? We think not. Wear a soft sherpa hoodie with a high-waisted corduroy skirt to mix fabrics and play up textures. Choose a striped print to add even more dimension, and wear the fit with sneakers for an athletic twist.

 

Comfort Queen:

Sherpa Pullover & Mom Jeans

AE Sherpa Pullover

Make sure you’re ready for every outing in corduroy Mom jeans and a sherpa pullover. Designed with a quarter zip-neck and bold prints, sherpa pullovers are all about easy style. Wear them with Mom jeans and you’ve got the trifecta of cool – sherpa, Mom jeans, AND corduroy.

 

Cozy Grunge:

Sherpa Denim Jacket & Printed Jeggings

AE Sherpa Denim Jacket

You thought prints were done? Think again. Start with trend-forward printed Curvy jeans, then layer on a band tee with a sherpa-lined denim jacket to add cozy, grungy vibes. Complete the look with booties and a studded belt and you’re set with a look that’s ready for a concert or a haunted hay ride.

 

Show us how you wear cozy Sherpa by tagging us on Instagram & Twitter with #AExME or #AEJeans @americaneagle and you could be featured on our site, social media, or blog!

 

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