5 Outerwear Designers To Stay Warm With For Fall

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Because San Francisco isn’t complete without a light jacket — these local designers are your closet’s next purchase.

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Waltz

Forget the frills and elevate your minimalist style — Waltz is focused on expert tailoring. Designer Danielle Colen keeps a woman’s body in mind, every collection is intended to provide season-less versatility and transition effortlessly into your existing wardrobe. And with an emphasis on quality materials, you won’t soon regret picking up one… or many.  // Here’s What You Need To Get: A Jacket From The A/W 16 Collection.

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Mute By JL

Feeding your inner design savvy, Mute By JL sets the bar for all things “chic outerwear.” Bringing together the comfort of future cashmere and the elegance of simply cut and tailored silhouettes, you’ll be wanting to live in this coat for a while. So what are you waiting for?  // Here’s What You Need To Get: Handmade Cashmere Cocoon Coat

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J’Amy Tarr

This Mill Valley sweetheart has been designing for the woman on the go; with poise and grace. The J’Amy Tarr brands reads easy to wear, no fuss on fit, and effortlessly transitions with your closet from season to season. This jacket currently entitled “Take Flight” is a limited edition J’Amy but trust us, the rest of her outerwear is to die for. // Here’s What You Need To Get: Take Flight Cream Moto Jacket

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WHICHKIM

Don’t worry men — we’ve got you. As gorgeous as WHICHKIM looks on women, these incredibly durable bombers are made particularly for men. Working out of their Berkeley design studio, designer Dahae Kim keeps her classic guy in mind. Kim designs for men who are stylish, driven, and confident, no matter their age or vocation — that’s a design motto we can get behind.  // Here’s What You Need To Get: Jasper Bomber Jacket

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Ragnhild

A true San Francisco bomber, Ragnhild’s beautiful prints and textiles make it a spring jacket we can wear all season. Jenny Johansson, born and raised in Sweden, brought her keen eye for unexpected patterns to the SF market. With her family-like name, Ragnhild filled the need for the expressive Bay Area woman. // Here’s What You Need To Get: Tekla Bomber


Written by the Bob Cut Editors, photography by Lucas Saugen, fashion editor - Teresa Tran, beauty by Jill Marie, modeling by Barbara of SCOUT. All products are recommended by the Bob Cut Mag Editors and were not sponsored to be apart of this list. Check out the other SF makers here and be in love like we are.

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