On-Trend Ways To Style A Varsity Jacket

How to style a varsity jacket can range from classic to fashion-forward look. No matter what your style preference is, what we know is that varsity jackets are all the rage right now. Everyone from fashion editors to models have adopted the varsity (or letterman – whatever you want to call it) jacket as this season’s must-have form of outwear. Take a look at these ways to wear a varsity jacket, as seen on the streets or stages.

Fleece Letterman Jacket


Whether Sport-Tek Fleece Letterman Jacket is paired with trousers or cuffed jeans, it still looks good. It takes a complex man to pull off the “I’m stylish and sensitive” look in a jacket that was mainly reserved for men on the complete opposite side of the spectrum. We took the traditional letterman jacket and reworked it in warm, comfortable fleece for a winning look.

Ladies Fleece Letterman Jacket


For a casual look with a bit of an edge, pair an on-trend Anvil Ladies’ Striped V-Neck T-Shirt with your favorite pair of skinny jeans. Layer on the Sport-Tek Ladies Fleece Letterman Jacket, as well as a pair of Chelsea boots to continue the low-key vibe. Accessorize with your favorite necklace to complete the ensemble.

Insulated Varsity Jacket


Head back to campus in style with this outfit. Wear a pair of skinny jeans with a maroon District Made Mens Perfect Weight Crew Tee, and then add the Sport-Tek Insulated Letterman Jacket for a cool look. Combat boots or high tops are ideal for trekking across campus. At last, don’t forget your shoulder bag.

Ladies’ Varsity Sweatshirt


Since varsity jackets are so sporty, create contrast by pairing this MV Sport Ladies’ Varsity Sweatshirt with a periwinkle Van Heusen Ladies’ Gingham Check Shirt. This check shirt is perfect for any outfit. For another advice, finish up this look with a pair of heeled ankle boots and a studded wraparound watch.

Would you buy this varsity jacket? Which look is your preference? How would you wear a varsity? Remember to leave a comment and tell me what you think.