Sherpa mountaineers are known for their great skill in crossing even the coldest and most inhospitable areas. While you might not be aspiring to ever reach these same heights, there’s no reason that you won’t want to add some interesting and warm pieces to your wardrobe this winter season!
Sherpa-Lined Jackets for Women
Over time, fashion designers have taken the whole idea of Sherpa clothing to a new level and come up with a number of patterns that are quite unique. An oversized Sherpa jacket is a good pick for someone who wants a more conventional lined piece of clothing to stay warm, though you’ll also want to consider a Chenille Sherpa hooded jacket as the ultimate new thing in women’s fashion.
Both of these are something of a play on traditional Sherpa jackets, especially as far as the color schemes go. Those who really want to look playful, though, can try our more adventurous Teddy Bear Sherpa on for size!
Sherpa Jacket with Hood
Those who are interested in something with a little more style than a solid could look into a hooded floral sherpa, which will still keep you warm in spite of the fact that it’s got all of the sass that you’d associate with almost any other piece of clothing in your wardrobe. If you’ve been on the lookout for something that should keep you warm while you stay stylish, then this might be perfect for you.
Consider a few different color options as well, which could be a great pick for those who work somewhere that they can’t wear strong patterns in but still want to stay warm while looking absolutely fabulous.
Black or Red Sherpa Pullover
Many jackets are available in both black and red, which should go with almost any outfit. You’ll also want to consider a few other options as well. A color block sherpa can be yours in your pick of blue, pink, or even camo if you prefer, so you could pair one with other black and red garments that you might have. Otherwise, though, there’s always black and red jackets available that might be best for those who have slightly subdued tastes.
Don’t forget that you can get more than one and either change up which one you’re wearing depending on the day or, alternatively, use them for layering and put together cute outfits made up of more than one piece of clothing!
How to Wash a Sherpa Pullover
As long as you don’t use bleach and use cold water, you can normally machine wash your Sherpa garments. Naturally, you’ll want to always check the tags first, but you can normally tumble dry on low once you’re done. Hanging them out to dry will generally give you the best results with almost any type of garment that you might have, but this is good news for those who live in an area where that isn’t always an option.
If you have any other questions about availability or care instructions, then feel free to use our online contact page. We’ll be glad to help out!