Nico Nico version of a Moto jacket is OH so COOL! As far as a fake fur goes this Tuss jacket is smashing! both totally unisex and are fantastic for both.
Next I visit one of my favorite fashion basic options - that's Uniqlo they have kids gear on their website (not always in their stores) and their lightweight adult jackets come in kids versions as well. In our climate (Rhode Island) which is pretty darn mild (well, so far!) these are the perfect solution, and then when it gets colder they will layer a warmer jacket over this one (it's THAT thin). Plus they are only $39! what!?
my favorite: UNIQLO
|this photo will give you an idea of how thin and easy these jackets are! GREAT for layering!|
|fleece lined flannel shirt - nice|
|you live in Minnesota THIS is your kids jacket! (and can be yours too!)|
|love this one but it's a bit expensive at $268 by Hartford (at JCrew)|
|this has been our girls jacket since they came out with this one.. it's just plain GREAT! we call it the sleeping bag!|
|american bobtail jacket (popover)|
|lumber jacket - quilted canvas|
For the total utilitarian I really like Polarn och Pyret (love how even when the came to amreica they stuck with there very swedish name!) These guys are virtually indestructible and don't cost much. They have reflective tape (sweden is very dark in the wintertime) so safety first! and I have to put a word in for their snowpants, there are none better than these snowpants! I promise!
|this can get you started but there is MORE! notice the layering..|
stay warm this winter!!