Hill House Home’s new outerwear collection is all about the intricate details

While nap dresses reigns Hill House Home in the warmer months there is a new line designed to take over into fall and winter. Yes, if you heard the rumors, they’re true: Hill House Home has just launched an outerwear collection. Now you can frolic down the street as the leaves fall in gem-quilted coats and pretty puffer jackets with floral prints.

We tell you the sumptuous quilted coats are perfect for creating flawless transitional clothing. They are not too heavy or too thin; they are just right. They also come in two lengths: a shorter version and one that falls mid-calf. You want to save the puffer jackets for crisp winter days and weekend ski trips. You might be thinking, how can these adorable jackets keep me warm in the cold weather? Cast your worries aside: The exterior of the jacket is made of windproof and water-repellent recycled polyester, while the interior is made with soft PrimaLoft Black Thermoplume, a cruelty-free alternative to down.

The collection is available from XXS to XXL with prices ranging from $150 to $375. While the reversible Edie puffer jackets are not yet available the quilt and Down coats can be traded now.


The duvet coat$150

That Quilted coat has all the luxurious details — did I mention it oozes Bridgerton vibes? First, it is made of a shiny dark green satin. Next, the smart Peter Pan collar and wide sleeves make a modest statement, along with the sparkling jeweled buttons that complete the piece.

The duvet coat$195

Luckily, if you love the Quilt Coat but are looking for a longer length, the Dyne version is here to save the day. While it has all the same eye-catching details as the Quilt Coat, it comes in a dreamy purple shade instead of deep emerald, and it has a vent pleat at the back. The A-line coat is definitely one to have in your lineup for dressier occasions this fall.

The reversible Edie puffer jacket$375

Stop, stare and enjoy Hill House Home’s reversible puffer jackets. There are three shades: sky blue, blush pink and a timeless navy blue. The best part is that one side has a micro-floral print while the other is solid – basically two jackets in one. (The pink version also has the unique characteristic of the brand’s famous ruffled shoulders Ellie Nap dress.)

The practical, high-performance puffer has all sorts of quirks that make it worth the $375 investment. Each has a hood, a secret interior pocket, exterior zippered pockets, and adjustable elastic cords that you can cinch at the waist. There is also a high-low style for extra coverage on the back, which is perfect as the jackets are designed for cold weather such as skiing and snowboarding.

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