Fashion week and September issues aside, there are few things fashion girls look forward to more in fall than layering. The cooling temperatures provide ample opportunity to test out more creative stylings than summer called for, and updating one's closet with some fresh new layers is always an exciting way to ring in the new season.
If jackets are on your list for filling out your wardrobe, there's one particular detail that's proving its staying power as a fashion-girl favorite. Embroidered jackets have become the statement piece for so many of our favorite brands. Be it classic florals or funkier designs, this striking detail is popping up on leather, velvet, or classic blue denim jackets and bombers. So if you seek one statement piece to invigorate your wardrobe for fall—or add a few more styles to your growing collection—take a look at these 12 embroidered jackets to wear into the new season.
Check out our top picks below and liven up your wardrobe with the best embroidered jackets for fall.
Oversize embroidery in red makes a bold statement on this otherwise neutral bomber.
Go beyond florals with this distressed jean jacket boasting a whimsical design.
Leave it to Gucci to combine floral embroidery with metallic blue leather for a striking statement.
Saint Laurent's simple shoulder detail is an unexpected embroidery placement that packs a punch.
For a more subdued take on the embroidered jacket trend, try blue embroidery on blue jeans for a chic monochrome look.
Embroidered satin bombers are still as in style as they were in seasons past. Update your look with this gorgeously detailed number from Alexander McQueen.
Combine two of fall's biggest trends by combining embroidery with dark blue velvet.
Mix things up and take a break from blue jeans with a crisp white jacket featuring embroidered detailing and studs.
A velvet tuxedo jacket is an elevated way to stay warm in fall. Go for this embroidered piece from Alexa Chung's eponymous line.
It's impossible to overdo it with embroidery—evidenced here by this busy take on the embroidered jean jacket from Acne Studios.
Bright embroidery on a dark color is a surefire way to make a statement—or mix some color into your wardrobe if you're the type to always wear head-to-toe black.
This story was originally published on September 24, 2016, and has since been updated.