"Shackets" Will Be the Most Popular Jacket Trend This Fall, and That's a Fact

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@basictouch; PICTURED: H&M Long Shacket ($60)

In need of a trendy yet practical fall jacket? Well, then you have come to the right place. It just so happens that one of this season's heaviest-hitting outerwear trends is what we like to call "shackets." Shackets are exactly the sartorial hybrid you'd imagine—a shirt and a jacket combined into one. This jacket trend tends to always run a tad oversized, is most commonly seen in plaids or flannel materials, and is currently bubbling up everywhere from the market to Instagram. 

Shackets are an ideal fall outerwear choice as they were essentially designed to be layered. Wear one over a thin turtleneck or sweater, layer one underneath a coat, or button one all the way up for a full-on shirt effect. No matter which way you go styling-wise, you're bound to look on-trend with one of fall's best shackets on your back. 

Ahead, shop the 27 best fall shackets on the market including a plethora of styles and price points for your shopping pleasure. 

Liven up your fall wardrobe with this stunning hue. 

Never met a flannel I didn't like, to be honest! 

Perfect to wear with all of your blue jeans this season. 

Buying the matching pants is probably a good idea. 

If you don't already own skater jeans, this outfit should definitely inspire you to add a pair to cart. 

There's something about Nanushka's vegan leather that hits different. 

An item you'll have and wear for years to come. 

This plaid will never go out of style—promise. 

The only addition your go-to jeans and T-shirt look needs this fall is a cozy shacket to layer on top. 

It doesn't get much cozier than a teddy jacket. 

This extra-large plaid print will get grant you compliments galore. 

If you like what you saw in the opening image, then click in and buy this beauty ASAP. 

A monochromatic look in the fall is one of my all-time favorite looks. 

I would assume this feels cozier than it looks (if that's even possible). 

You can't go wrong with a black and white plaid. 

This oatmeal color is sure to go with all the other neutrals in your closet. 

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