This post is published in collaboration with Moose Knuckles. As always, thoughts and opinions 100% my own.
I know… I know… I am also not yet ready for Summer to be over yet. But the planner in me just can’t help but start checking out everyone’s wardrobe right around this time to make sure that everything is cleaned and still fits; because I want us to be ready when the first cold breeze hits. This time of year is a great time to update my wardrobe too; so I’ve been on the lookout for the perfect jacket to add to my collection. Lucky for me, I found the best jacket to transition my Summer outfits to Fall from Moose Knuckles.
About Moose Knuckles
Since 1921, Moose Knuckles has been protecting Canadians from the cold, which was a relentless quest that founded Moose Knuckles Canada in 2007. Straight out of the gates, their first two iconic styles (the fur-trimmed Stirling Parka and the Ballistic Bomber) quickly became the benchmark of style for those who live in the cold. Since then, they’ve been developing and expanding, and they’ve never looked back. You can read more about them here.
About The Transitional Moose Knuckles Jacket
The Mainville is the Spring/Summer edition of their ultra luxe Canvas parka. Made of 100% cotton shell, with a removable fox fur strip hood and their camo printed MK logo on the sleeve, this canvas parka jacket is a definite show stopper.
What I Love About My Moose Knuckles Parka Jacket
Because this transitional parka jacket is lightweight, it’s perfect for the awkward transitional Summer-to-Fall weather. The quality of the material is awesome to keep you warm during the cold mornings, but not bulky enough to carry around when it gets warmer during the day. This canvas jacket is not only functional but also stylish.
I love that the luxurious fox fur strip is removable, so I can create different looks with it.
You know I love pieces of clothing that are versatile; and this transitional Moose Knuckles jacket is one of them. I love how it works really well with anything – jeans, leggings, dresses. I haven’t worn it with a skirt yet, but I bet it would look amazing with skirts as well. And since we’re talking about versatility, this parka jacket is also perfect for the transitional Winter-to-Spring weather.
I’ve always been on the lookout for my “perfect” utility jacket and I haven’t found one until now. I love the utility jacket feel to it and also love the length because more length means more warmth, right?
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